Thanks for replying. I'm genuinely interested in debate, & I like to hear other people's views even when I hold a different perspective. I think the main issue is that Jupiter's choices & actions are framed in such a way that they don't always seem as significant as they should. Jupiter spends the film being manipulated & perceived as another woman, and in the final act she gets a chance to reject that treatment and asset herself. While some will see it as too little too late, it worked for me.