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larissacouto

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    Amour, life and death

    Analyzing the French movie "Amour" is possible to interpret it as a tale about death and love. Or, what makes us being loved or able to love. My suggestion is an experiment on write about the movie "Amour" focusing in his title and going deep in the issue of death, living, and love trying to ask "what is love?" in a specific horizon that the movie is revealing to us.

    • I think this movie has more than enough to go on regarding this topic; it's excellent! Although conversely you could do a head-to-head comparison of it with 'Intouchables', another French film which discusses disability but with a decidedly more positive spin on things. – CalvinLaw 5 years ago
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    • Calvin, this sounds awesome! Two movies so deep in feelings and interpretations. Great idea! – laricouto 5 years ago
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    • When analyzing the French movie "Amour" it is possible to interpret it as a tale about death and love. Or, what makes us being loved or able to love. My suggestion is to focus in an experiment on writing about the movie "Amour" focusing in his title and going deep in the issue of death, life, and love, trying to ask "what is love?" in a specific moment that the movie is revealing to us. – larissacouto 5 years ago
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    larissacouto

    Great article! It’s always good to read about Jung and Campbell’s theory of hero.

    Exploring The Hero's Journey: A Writer's Guide
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    Warhol is present. Can you exhibit your Instagram photos in a gallery and call it art? Yes, but is it a way to reflect about our everyday life in an ironic sense? Yes, but, then, who is the artist? Everyone with an Instagram account? I think that the answer is negative. The artist is the one putting things separately and pointing it. She/he tells us “look,” and make us stop and see, even to say that it shouldn’t be art, but isn’t the art what make us reflect about what is “so normal”? Warhol is still present.

    Andy Warhol: Innovator of the Selfie, YouTube, Reality TV and Gay Cowboys
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    Great article! Harley is very interesting because of her complexity, something that, by the way, is largely explored within Batman’s universe. Her abusive relationship, even being a “smart girl”, is something that make her so real, so complex, in my point of view. She can be a lot of things being one. But, the most important thing is that she is an amazing queer character. She is not definable, and this is great, especially for a villain.

    Why We Love Harley Quinn: Dissecting the Nature of DC’s Most Complicated Woman