Me and Nature
The sun shed its light on the earth and the wind gently caressed our faces. Last Sunday was a good day and we had a good mood. We were on a bike ride with a lovely group of students! A "long train" of people was already riding to a small village close to the city!
The earth is turning, it, will not stop because of the stay, time is passing, and it, will not stop because of the gray hairstreak! In nature, only the strong who survive or adapt to the environment will be accepted by the environment, and those who are weak will be eliminated! So is the earth!
The beginning is about modern content. Treasure hunting is salvaging the wreck of the Titanic in search of its diamond pendant known as the "Heart of the Ocean". The salvage process itself has a certain appeal to the advanced technology of salvage and the wonderful underwater world, and salvaging the treasure easily arouses positive emotions and interest. However, the process also has its ups and downs. As the cabin safe opens and the treasure hunter does not appear, the mood of the audience becomes negative all of a sudden, and both the audience and the treasure hunter are filled with disappointment. But then pulls out the spin-off vignette of the elderly Ruth, making the audience and the treasure hunters seem to see hope, while the elderly Ruth brings a fascinating and beautiful love story. 84 years ago (1912), the Titanic, the world's most luxurious cruise ship, began her maiden voyage. Before the ship's departure, the film shows very lively scenes on the pier and the ship, setting off the identity and noble qualities of the heroine Ruth. On the other hand, the hero, Jack, is gambling, and the detail that Jack cheats during gambling in the film is seen to be very affected. Ruth is oppressed and repressed leading her to want to commit suicide. The film's depiction of Ruth's suicide process is emotionally and emotionally powerful. On the one hand, the film depicts the height and speed of the ship, and on the other hand, the film's treatment of Ruth's determination and action to kill herself makes the audience's mood very tense for a time. When Jack comes and is impressed by his wise and moving words and actions, Ruth at the same time gives the viewer an extra glimmer of hope. But Ruth's foot suddenly fell at this moment, and at once the audience's heart was in its throat. Fortunately, with the efforts of the two men, Ruth was finally out of danger, and the two men returned to embrace together, which made the audience breathe a long sigh of relief and happily experience the sweetness of the two men. Then Carl appeared and gave Jack a taunt. After Carl showed his love to Rose and gave the diamond called "Heart of the Ocean" to Rose, Rose also finally broke up with Jack. But Rose and Jack still keep going back and forth. When they get together, Jack spits on Rose to disgust the audience, but this is partly to evoke a completely different mood or emotion, and partly for Ruth to get rid of Carl on stage later. Jack meets a nice man who helps him go to a party held by society, whose actions are so funny that the audience thinks Jack is insulted, but Jack's witty talk makes the fears go away. After the dinner, Jack gives Rose a piece of paper and gently takes Rose to the third party. In the third class, Jack and Rose, the audience is excited. But the agent's presence overshadowed the pleasant revelry. The audience was shocked when Carl, who was furious with Jack after learning of Ruth's meeting, suddenly flipped the table and left Ruth. Ruth's mother then lectured Ruth on her thoughts and transformed Ruth's bra. Ruth has been shaken and wants to break off the relationship with Jack. Jack, who is in love, is not willing to give up and uses a stolen piece of clothing as a cover for a chance to meet Rose, only to be rejected by Rose. Jack is depressed, Rose has been touched by Jack, however, has also been very much in love with Jack, and finally, Ruth took the initiative to find Jack again. At this moment, the beautiful music plays, the two people standing on the bow of the boat embracing, kissing, and flying with open arms, the audience's emotions shifted to the boiling point, the audience is infected and enchanted by the romance of the two people.
The Long Engagement (France) Directed by: Jean-Pierre Jeunet Starring: Audrey Dodoux, Jean-Pierre Dafsan, Joan Claude Dreifuss, Tiki Olgado, Denis Lavant, Dominique Pinot, Jodie Foster, Michel Robin A French girl, Mathilde fell from a ladder at the age of three in her childhood and has since become disabled and crippled. She and her childhood companion, Manache, were childhood sweethearts. As time went by, the two grew up to be more affectionate. With the spread of World War I, Manash was conscripted into the army, and before joining the army, Manash and Mathilde had topped off their marriage contract. \n On the front lines of Somme, France, under fire, Menashe and four other young men who feared war shot themselves in the hands as a group, hoping to escape their bloody nightmare. Their deed was later discovered and they were court-martialed. The five wounded soldiers who had fled the war were sent to be punished in the savage land between the German and French armies, where the intense firepower of the belligerents would give them little chance of survival. \n Mathilde receives a letter from the troops informing her of what has happened to Menashe and putting him on the death list. Matilde, who was waiting at a distance in her hometown for her fiancé to come home and get married, did not want to admit her tragic fate. Her intuition told her that if Manash left her, she would sense it. Although the smoke of war has cleared, Mathilde has to begin a difficult journey of the heart. For the next two years, Mathilde read over and over again the 70 letters Menashe had sent her from the battlefield, expecting Menashe to suddenly appear in front of her one day. Every time she got closer to the truth, her heart became more and more fragmented, and she began to imagine how Menashe had passed his last moments with difficulty, and those scenes were like sharp knives cutting through her heart. And yet, Mathilde remained resilient. Determined, hopeful, and stubborn, Mathilde gradually sees the truth and connects the helpful pieces of information, beginning to uncover the little-known story behind the five unfortunate soldiers and their brutal punishment. Mathilde is deeply impressed by the horrors of war and the fishy bloodshed that leaves a lifelong imprint on those involved ......
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The Shawshank Redemption
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