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Hercules and the Complex Electra (1999)

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Hercules meets Electra , a nonconformist and goth, who he falls for. However, Electra isn't interested in heroes, as Cassandra explains. She takes Icarus and him to a club where she hangs out at night, and Hercules sees Electra getting mad at a guy. The Furies attack the club, and Hercules fends them off; he gets his clothes soiled in the process, which makes Electra attracted to him. The next day, he changes his look and helps her put up posters . Electra stands up to the School Master , with Hercules neutrally supporting her while fighting off another Fury attack in between. Electra asks him out, and he goes to the club again, where she recites a poem for him denouncing heroes. Hercules finally shows her who he is, fighting off more Furies in an effort to show her the value of heroes as she simply gets more angry. Electra finally tells him that the Furies come from her whenever she is angry, and that she likes the darkness within her because it keeps her edgy. This irreconcilable difference causes Hercules to break ties with her, accepting that he must be himself.


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