Does "frustrated" have a nuance of "pity" or "sorry"?
Yes, "frustrated" in this context expresses having pity for someone. However, this is actually not by the word frustrated alone, but by the word "for" which is used to indicate that she feels "frustrated" in her place and has the same frustration as the character in this video. Ex: I was angry for her when I heard the news that she had been fired.
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