'Everyone thinks they have good taste and a sense of humour but they couldn't possibly ALL have good taste' - When Harry Met Sally
I used to watch this and relate so deeply to Angelina Jolie's Gia. I too was emotionally unstable and felt like everyone I loved left me, like there was never enough love in the world for me. I would throw tantrums and drink too much, and I became a problem for my family and friends. When Gia says "where the fuck does everyone go when they have to go?" I really felt that.
Thankfully after a tonne of therapy I…
You took away our friendship without even discussing it with me, that friendship was more important to me than anything. I trusted it, I believed in it. But you didn’t, and now it’s gone”.
Man, that stung. My best friend of 17 years cut me off a year ago, didn’t even try to talk shit through with me, didn’t care enough to fix the problem. Just poof, vanished from my life. Only this isn’t the movies, is it, and she’s…
I mean, who in their 30s hasn’t experienced a mental break in the middle of their working day, where they question the entire societal structure surrounding them and whether they are in fact the protagonist of the world?
A big question of mine is, why create a world as monotonous and restrictive as our own? Why make Truman work a 9-5?
What takes this film and its concept beyond kitsch and into your heart is the final scene. Truman’s determination…