If you pinch a grown adult, there’s relatively no consequence, and it will not hurt. Pinch a baby, however, and the baby will begin bawling as if that is the worst pain they’ve ever felt. Because for them, it is: all pain is relative. So you’ll have to forgive Jasmine (Cate Blanchett), the over-sharing lead in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine who assumes the world shares her pain, the pain of being knocked out of the penthouse and into a lower middle class existence. It’s hard out here for the wealthy.