I like to keep my drama
on the silver screen
if you know what I mean
~Lady Sativa 🍃
MOVIE THOUGHTS #3- SUPER DELUXE
One of the only Tamil movie I have seen.Before I say anything more about this movie ,I have to express my only regret with this film ,that it is in Tamil ,a language I don't know and which I should spend time to learn .
This movie is unlike anything i have seen ever ,from its interconnected stories , to its nuanced social and political commentary ,there is so much in it. The writing is top notch and so are the performances by the ensemble cast .Every character is layered ,connected ,grounded in reality and relevant in our times.
The movie treats its audience with respect as it asks you pay attention to its message and the hints, it subtly throws that ult...
I just finished watching Soul Surfer and I cried because if that young lady Bethany Hamilton can survive a shark attack and go through what she went through and still have faith enough to continue to surf, I just know that I am meant for bigger things. I don't know what it is but I'm patiently waiting for a sign. I'm scared of what it might be. I see all of my classmates doing well and then I think to myself they're just bragging for a bunch of likes and it makes me not want to be on Facebook anymore. I mean what's the point? Because all people do is fight and talk about others on there. I mean you're adults and you need to start acting like it!! This is why I go to work and co...
“Never give up on a dream
just because of the time
it will take to accomplish it."
It's a delicacy ,to be savored with temporal gaps.A nuance in the storytelling is evident ,yet Imtiaz uses his trademarks and brings in elements as diverse as French art and Indian Nukkad Natak into one complete story. From complex musical composition to refreshing acting ,this movie,nay this piece of art , has it all.
If the philosphy of the movie can be applied on real lives is a question ,so many of the creative minds struggle everyday.Brought into me a roller-coaster of emotions but also a tinge of remorse as i discovered this gem so late.
Hope other fellow lettrists who haven't watched it ,give it a try.
***Somewhere over the rainbow, blue birds fly, birds fly over the rainbow, why, oh why can't I?***
I keep wondering myself, why I got stuck in here, in today's world..
Why am I not living in that black and white world of old movies?
Why can't I be walking side by side next to Judy Garland, singing my heart out in a misterious land of Oz?
Why, oh, why can't I help Audrey Hepburn realise she doesn't need anyone but herself to be truly happy, and that all the beautiful diamonds from Tiffany's won't help her heal her wounded heart...
“But the heart’s not like a box
that gets filled up....
It expands in size
the more you love....”
Movies: Guantanamero (2007).
This is one of my favourite movies for two reasons. One it had a good but sad story and it was eye opening. The other is that it shows that the detainees are also human beings.
The following was a doodle that one of the detainees made in the sand saying the long part of the coil means the beginning of life and that as it progresses you go closer to death. I incorporate that one part in my life philosophy.
Here is the coil duddle......
“You’re looking at it all wrong. You’ve been blessed with a broken heart. When it doesn’t hurt anymore, that’s when it’s really over. Live in this as long as you can.”
Hay una razón por la cual consumimos ficción, en todas las presentaciones en las que ésta se puede manifestar.
Por algo tenemos libros, cines y teatros.
Por algo yo vivo de ella.
Porque crearme mundos propios, y comerme a mordidas los que otros hicieron, me ayudan a olvidarme del caos del día a día.
Porque escribir sobre amistades eternas, me hace creer que mi mejor amiga sigue viva.
Porque escribir sobre amores sinceros, me exorcisa tus mentiras y tus hijos.
Porque leer sobre la pena y decadencia de un reino lejano, me hace creer que eso es cosa de castillos y --sobre todo--, del pasado, y me hace ciego al hecho de que eso es cosa de todos los día...
My name is Anand Sarma. I am 26 years old, I am from India, and here are few of my favorite things
Book : life is what you make it by preethi shenoy
Sport : carroms ( i am a lazy one)
Tv shows sorry I don't have one
Movie. The illusionist, gravity, interstellar
Food all type of vegetarian
Song/ album songs by MJ, Yesudas, Latha mangeshkar, adele
My name is Alexandria. I am 21 years old, I am from Beaumont, and here are a few of my favorite things:
Book maximum ride (series)
Sport baseball and soccer
TV Show Dark Angel or Gilmore Girls
Movie 10 Things I Hate About You
Color green, but only because black isnt a color
Song/Album This Song Saved My Life by Simple Plan
My name is Abrar Ahmed Basra.
I am 26 years old,
I am from Pakistan,
and here are a few of my favorite things:
Book fouty rules of love
Sport badminton & chess
TV Show American horror story
Movie the Godfather
Food honey, milk & dates
Color sky blue & whites
Song/Album tumhy dil lagi bhool jani
10 Day Getting To Know You Challenge
Day 8 - 3 Shows/Movies You Love
1. An Officer And A Gentleman
(This will ALWAYS be my #1)
2. One Life To Live
(even though it's not on any more, it
it is one of my favorites shows ever)
3. How To Get Away With Murder
and for good measure, my #2 movie will ALWAYS
be Terms of Endearment
So I guess we are who we are for a lot of reasons. And may be we will never know most of them. But even if we don’t have the power to choose from where we come from, we can still choose where we go from here.
[The perks of being Wallflower]
#thought #movie #book
me distrae cada día,
ahora ya no es
lo que ahora
ocupa mis horas es...
trazar con un lápiz y un papel,
los dibujos que me hacen pensar en él,
los que formaron parte
de nuestra niñez,
y los que ahora son pelis
que vemos en nuestra adultez.
Tell him that you love it, even if you are dying of fear, because its worst been thinking what would happen, lot of hearts are broken for words that never was told.
Gabriel García Márquez - Love in Cholera Time