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Fingersmith

星期六,七月, 29, 2006

fingersmith
三个小时一口气看完,Maud和Sue的故事。
两个女子的爱情,以财产阴谋为穿插,带点儿凄美的色彩。
好像一定要有不寻常的背景,才能衬托这样离经叛道的爱情。
聪明的人大概总要被自己的聪明所累,宁愿相信Maud经受的痛楚不比Sue在疯人院遭受的虐待少。
结局圆满,却太草率。知情人都消逝,好像没有什么再能阻碍她们。

看过电影以后,丝毫不觉轻松。影像与现实的差距,正是其魅力所在?
回想起来,几乎所有荧幕上刻画的爱情故事都有着脱俗的背景。
而现实生活中的琐碎与繁杂,却是所有导演都不屑表现的?
好像只有此,爱情才会圆满,才配得上love的称号。

所以不怪我们对爱情都报有幻想,因为大家都愿意沉浸在自我欺骗的安慰中。

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4 条评论

  1. I like it. the movie as well as the novel.
    well, I totally agree with ur witty insights on this issue,
    yes, love in films or books is just kind of a fantasy, a delusion and even intoxicant for idealists,
    But the fact is that who cares? cigarettes are toxic, people still smoke all the day. the world is already so desperate, why can’t we create some neverland for our own sake, it will hurt anybody.

    ps, I googled fingersmith+小说, your blog is the first entry on first page 🙂


  2. wow..suprised to find somebody answering to my utterances…and more surprised to find nice music on your space. ^^
    Everyone likes fantasy, probably because, as you said, the world is desperate, and we need something to console ourselves with. or maybe it’s not the world thing, it’s only because no matter how many we’ve got, we still want more. But what matter is it might feel more desperate when you look back into the real life, finding there’s little as wonderful as you found in the great works and therefore expect. Sure it won’t hurt anybody except yourself. Or, just me.

    by the way, your words of cigarettes remind me of “coffee and cigarettes”, one of the most gorgeous movies ever.


  3. well, I guess there is a differenc between fancy drinking and addiction to alcohol…the phrase “drink responsibly” was put on all packaging cases of alcohols in this country, just like “smoking kills” on boxes of cigarettes, maybe we should put a “fiction hurts” on the cover of books and DVDs ^^ just kidding…

    PS I liked that film too.


  4. the bittersweet joy? ^^



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