摘抄加几句发散感想

ot28
2020-04-25 看过

Women are born with pain built in. It’s our physical destiny. Period pains, sore boobs, childbirth, you know. We carry it within ourselves throughout our lives.

Men don’t. They have to seek it out. They invent all this gods and demons and things. Just so they can feel guilty about things, which is something we also do very well on our own.

And then they create wars. So they can feel things and touch each other. And when there aren’t any wars they can play rugby. And we have it all going on in here, inside. We have pain on a cycle for years and years and years.

And then, just you feel you are making peace of it all. What happens? The menopause comes. The fucking menopause comes. It is the most wonderful fucking thing in the world! And, yes, your entire pelvic floor crumbles, but then you’re free. No longer a slave, no longer a machine, with parts.

You’re just a person in business. It is horrendous, but then it’s magnificent. Something to look forward to.

So, it turns out it’s quite hard to come up with something original to say about love. But I’ve had a go.

Love is awful. It’s awful. It’s painful. It’s frightening.

Makes you doubt yourself, judge yourself. Distance yourself from the other people in your life. Makes you selfish. Makes you creepy. Makes you obsessed with your hair. Makes you cruel. Makes you say and do things you never thought you would do!

It’s all any of us want and it’s hell when we get there. So, no wonder it's something we don’t want to do on our own.

I was taught if we’re born with love, then life is about choosing the right place to put it. People talk about that a lot: “It feeling right”, “When it feels right it’s easy.” But I’m not sure that’s true.

It takes strength to know what’s right. And love isn’t something weak people do.

Being a romantic takes a hell of a lot of hope.

I think what they mean is...when you find somebody that you love, it feels like hope.

So thank you for bring us all together here today. To take words from this book of love. Be strong and take heart. All you who hope in the lord.

2020年五一假期前的最后一个休息日,看完Fleabag两季后有点恍惚。距离上一次说“很久没写东西了”,真的过了很久。这些年每次积压在心里的想法好像都和积压的情绪一起随着it will pass掩埋在生活的进行时中。

今年的确特殊,是全球性的历史性的特殊,因为疫情。倒是也有这么特殊的时期是不是应该动笔写点什么的想法,记录疫情期自己的生活、人间百态和这场突如其来的变故所带来的各种影响。不过容易活在自己世界里的我,还是在看完这部剧后忍不住抄下来观友们和我都为之动容的这两段话,以及写两句很久没写的心里话。

时不时跳出来的工作信息让我从在敲打的键盘中体会观剧后的精神抽离断断续续跳戏,好像我们本不该拥有再次在未来里享受美好过往和美好畅想。这更让我反思其实平日里已经察觉到的自己对工作的想法,对爱情的看法,对它们和生活如何相处的思考。当然,现在我对这些还是有点混乱,没有很好理清和认清,或者也有可能其实自己知道该怎么做,只是找借口不去实施。原来我还只是在观剧观影后去知乎和豆瓣看大家的评论和分享,现在工作和生活中心烦意乱的时候我也会去知乎刷一刷没那么鸡汤的鸡汤,把自己可能已经明白的道理再贴在眼前读一遍,仿佛再感受一遍第一次知道时的醒悟就能抚慰现在的忧愁。

People are all we’ve got. 也是那个58岁的女人对33岁的女人说的一句需要记住的话,而且她重复了两遍。身边的人是我们的纽带,可心里的话却又因为牵动着纽带反而只想给陌生的过客们看一看,想象一下屏幕后面也在对陌生的我会心一笑的你时,我想我被倾听的渴望也算是实现了吧。

最后再聊回观后感。闪现的几个以为不曾再想起的片段、突然过电般的似曾相识的感觉、还未察觉就已湿润的眼角,就是整个过程中最直观,也是最共情的体验吧。剩下再多的思考和感受,就留给转身离开的女主和被道别的我们在未来中慢慢探索。

It’ll pass.

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