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Saigon by Herself

Posted : 9 years, 8 months ago on 1 November 2008 03:30 (A review of The Lover)

Whether the luxury and dissipation in the life at colony, or the inebriation of exotic amour boucing in the vernal breeze, even the nightmare of warfare which lingers on and on, Saigon is still as herself as ever.With the tumult accompanied by the dense moisture, it's a cradle gave birth to love and wish, sheding the departure and grief which all became a metropolis full of recollections.

The Lover, just as the movie expressed, Saigon has become to an oriental romantic city in the western minds. Thereby for the past generations, the silent Mekong river also flew to be a lover's river; Saigon nearly can be the own to Marguerite Duras herself.

It's all about the evanescent and cursory Saigon, firing everyone's imagination.

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Playboy of Venice

Posted : 9 years, 8 months ago on 1 November 2008 03:12 (A review of Casanova)

Casanova, a man can glimpse a rapidly changing scene of millions of beauties and immediately disregard the 98 percent that is, irrelevant, to him, instantaneously focusing on the woman at the corner of a street or the single glitter face in a big crowd.

Is it ridiculous that such a man can also fall in love with someone else?

Well I say, If anything are planned and carried out according to plan as faithfully as it should be, then it seems perfectly logical for lovers to expect how much hormone they will produce when in a relationship. Then why we call for love on earth? I would like to take LOVE as something standing for "Lack Of Valid Explanation". Thus we have no proof to define this unaccountable emotion.

Generally, the idea of a good man tends to become confused with the ability of the man in question to be good to a woman.

No one consider Casanova as a good man as he can be good to Francesca, the beloved girl. Even he is to made a scapegoat for sake of love. His assured tone and determined eyes are more often found in some kind of spoony as well.

The test of any kind of love, lies not in how well it sounds like a promise but in whether it gives promise of the heart-to-heart the widest possible latitude, however amazing or illogical the results may sometimes be.

He did it.Anyway you slice it, he is a man to be mad with.

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