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2015年3月8日

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Good morning! I have a question about the nuance of a line in a movie I watched some time ago.

It was kind of an emotional scene where the mother whose daughter died in a plane crash and a guy talk about her daughter's husband. At the beginning of their conversation, the old woman explains the tragic accident that happened to her daughter. Upon hearing this, the guy felt obliged to say sorry and the old lady said with teary eyes and a little curtly, "Of course you are." And the conversation continues.

Now, my questions are: would "Of course you are," as a response to someone's saying they're sorry come across rude in a normal situation?

Also, would you think that that was a bit impolite of her but it's okay because the mother must have been in distress due to what happened in her life?

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