Oscar: If you think about it in the shower you’re not over it.
Narcissa: Apparently I’m not over the burning of the library of Alexandria.
Danna: Is anyone really over it?
Narcissa: They shouldn’t be.
A hoverbike racer, a ramen lover, an authentic… Desert Child
So I’m not someone who particularly likes the romance genre or anything associated with it, especially when it comes to films, not that there’s anything wrong with it, it’s just not my cup of tea and I never get much affected by any “love” related movies.
This is why I was very surprised to find myself tearing up multiple times during marriage story, coz it was an amazing fucking film. I love how it simply portrays how even if two people are very much in love it still doesn’t change the fact that they can’t be together anymore. I loved both Nicole’s and Charlie’s storyline through it. It is very quietly heartbreaking when Nicole tells Charlie that she will always love him more than he loves her, and Charlie’s helplessness at this is even worse somehow. This is a topic seldom talked about, even though in most relationships one person generally ends up putting more effort than the other. The fact that despite this it’s still nicole who initiates the divorce, hurts more, and the fact that Charlie does not really understand her, portrayed very simply especially in the last scene, even though its obvious he loves her just reinforces the theme. Charlie’s journey is so sad as well, as we see him battle out a war he is very obviously going to lose, and the way he realizes this over the course of the movie just drives the point home.
Overall I completely loved it, it is very simply and realistically presented and the acting was absolutely gorgeous.
Would ya look at that it’s some boards for a couple of my characters
(in order: Ignasi, Nathalie, Gabriel, and Oscar)
Any Dark Souls Fans: I think Oscar is a pretty interesting character.
April 6, 1917