"We wre all alone, out alone. That's awesome." When I read this line occasionally, I sweard: I would find out this movie! "Lucky", I found out it, like its name, which made me lucky to face with life and death.
The protagonist is a man named Lucky who is very old. He gets up regularly every morning after a cigarette, shaving and exercising. You can never imagine that he does yaga 5 times a day and he insists on many years. Then he goes to a resturant eating something or doing a crossword puzzle and later he will be in a bar drinking a couple of Bloody Mary with his old friends. Things have changed in a day when Lucky falls in a faint suddenly. The fear that lay deep in his heart begins to appear. He is so old that he may die today or tomorrow. Lucky is afraid of death, reluctant to leave the world. With the missing of his friend's tortoise, the lawyer's experience and a kid's birthday party, Lucky gets to konw his own life. He figures out and everthing for him is nihilistic.
People are getting old and things are going away. Healthy body and vigorous steps will stay away from us. This is a sad truth but we all have to take it. We are born alone, and so are we after death. Nothing lasts forever. What we should do is living now and cherishing what we own. We have no reason to keep others' kindness out, especially when we are old. There's no reason that the old are stubborn. It's just because they need be loved. Just admit it: we are old, and we need be cared. It's love that make us not fear of death. What really touches me is that the actor was already 90 when he played in this movie. In a way, the film is a true portrayal of him. Unfortunately, the actor died before the film was on. I think he is a definitely good actor. He teaches us how to face with death which is little sacred. He must died peacefully, I guess.