诺丁山——最爱的Romantic Movie没有之一

RomanticLover 评论 诺丁山 5 2017-08-09 15:33:24

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RomanticLover 2017-08-09 16:00:51

Two years ago when I first had access to watch Casablanca, I was obessed with Romantic film series. In contrast to the contemporary chinese works, the charm of the pure feeling flowing acrosss the protagonists' dialogues far exceeds to the aforementioned domestic movies, as a resulf of which I follow the tide to find the old and classic.

To be called favourite does have a reason. Casablanca, indeed, owns continuous emotional scenes and conversations but I am fond of the eventual saying of William to beg Anna to reconsider. It involves a humorous sense but it doesn't cover the true flame burning and jumping in their hearts. It is more acceptable for the nowadays audience owing to its mature recording techniques and equipments which made it look better compared to Gone with the Wind. It doesn't mix any supernatural elements like About time and Passengers or the War stuffs as Allied since it is a real Romatic work.

I remebered each time when the plot developed at the climax; the performers always behaved such distinctive. You maybe regard those words like the legacy of the last century. But you would discover it is a silent way to express the deepest feeling shortly afterwards when you watch it again and again. When Anna's American boyfriend came to her hotel and kissed her in front of William, he didn't behave angrily or sadly. He said I think goodbye is traditional. When William came to Anna's press conference and begged her to reconsider, Anna used another journalist to throw out a question that is how much you are going to stay in Notting hill. She gave a word that I consider the best word meaning forever: indefinitely.

For June who loved this garden,
From Joseph who always sat beside her.

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