how did you all of a sudden just decide that is Gruszka? like applesnoranges said, the only feature that differs significantly is their voice. and i agree with apples, it does sound like Ormond. so where is YOUR evidence? you have made all these conclusions based on deciding that "because Gruszka is the woman in white" we then know the answer to who she is. but why is that so? because it fits your conclusions? thats not the way i go about reasoning. but really the point is that what apples said is that even if we knew it was Ormond or Gruszka, we will never know the answer to who she really is. it is visually and textually ambiguous to call attention to that fact. and calls into question the valley girls question's significance or lack thereof.Kiddo wrote:But because Gruszka is the woman in white, we do know the answer to Lori and Lanni's question. She, the woman in white, is the woman who commits murder-by-screwdriver. That is who she is. And because Gruszka is the woman in white, we know her motivation was jealousy. Remember when she told Polish Lucas that she would never let an unnamed woman have him? That unnamed woman (played by an uncredited actress) was the woman Gruszka in white is referring to. Gruszka in white made good on her promise.Now, even if we could tell for sure which actress played the woman in white, that doesn't answer the question, "Who is she?"
but just to back up my interpetation, wouldnt the woman he is married to be more inclined to say "never have", because if they are married, they already "have" each other. Gruszka wouldnt say that because she doesnt "have" him yet.