Sunday, July 13, 2008
Grace is gone: The real blue film
I just watched this movie. For any reasons, i name it as the real blue film.
Do you want to know why?
Since the beggining of this movie, i am served a blue atmospher of the character of John Cussack as a husband lived by his wife serving in war. He seems to me like a confusion of a man. Until one day he is told that his wife is passed away. He does not know how to tell his two daughters about it. He is so sad and depressed.... (I guess)
In contrast, all he does is bringing them to The Enchanted Garden meanwhile he is thinking how to tell his kids. More than confuse, he is calling his voice mail at home when he can hear his wife's voice... so he feels like he is talking to his wife.... He is crying. Seems to me that he can not handle this problem anymore....
Ultimately, when they finish their trip at that garden... they are back to their home.
But in the middle of the trip,
he stops at the beach and tell them everything... It is hard and difficult for him...
The ultimate reason why i said this is a blue film is
from the beggining 'til the end of this movie....
i almost am difficult to find happiness...
So does it make sense when i said this is a blue film?
Please do not think about another idea about blue film.
Notes: i like the character of his first daughter played by Shelan O'Kefee...
She is perfect how to describe a sad one. Well done.
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