Poetry has a poetic eye, and a text has a literary eye. If a line is used as the shadow of Richard Linklater's "Love in the Trilogy", then it is probably what the heroine Celine said: "If there is a world with Magic exists, so it must be in trying to understand what the other person is sharing. Maybe it doesn't work out in the end, but who cares? Just trying to understand is a kind of magic in itself." Original: "If there's any kind of magic in this world it must be in the attempt of understanding someone sharing something. I know, it's almost impossible to succeed but who cares really? The answer must be in the attempt."
No one would believe that a film with fax number list only two characters, almost no side effects, and the development of the story through the chattering dialogue alone, can touch the hearts of thousands of fans around the world. What's more, this shot is a trilogy, which is eighteen years. Eighteen years can take a newborn baby to finish high school, and a newcomer in the workplace can take on management responsibilities, but Jesse and Celine are the same.
That's why the Oscars chose to make it a nominee for an adapted screenplay -- even though it's not based on any literature or film -- because it's based on two characters so unbreakable that we saw the present eighteen years ago. Eighteen years later, we will see who we are now. Twenty-three-year-old Jesse and Celine met for the first time on a Continental train. arrow_forward_iosunderstand more Powered by GliaStudio From love to growth, from life to family, the ideals, ambitions, and difficulties of the 20th generation are clearly revealed.