It's more impressive... You can't see the wear on things, you know? You see the place as someone once imagined it.
In the conference room with the floor-to-ceiling windows of the SunTrust building, Margo and Q are greeted the magnificent view of the city and the community they live in.
Q then begins to tell Margo how beautiful everything looks from a distance.
Margo tells Q that when you get closer to things or people, they are uglier than they were from a distance.
Everything's uglier close up.
In a burst of confidence, Q tells Margo that she isn't uglier when close up -contrary to what she just stated.
Margo begins to tell Q how even from a distance, you see how messed up the view and the world really is, how fake it all is.
Here's what's not beautiful about it: from here, you can't see the rust or the cracked paint or whatever, but you can tell what the place really is. You see how all fake it all is.
Margo goes more in-depth about how fake everything is in their view is just a paper town, how nothing is ever been genuine, etc.
It's not even hard enough to be made out of plastic. It's a paper town. I mean look at it, Q: look at all those cul-de-sacs, those streets that turn in on themselves, all the houses that were built to fall apart. All those paper people living in their paper houses, burning the future to stay warm...