Sunday, 1 March 2009

SUNDAY / MARCH

I can't belive it's march already - time goes so fast, but still summer seems so very very far away...
Anyway, it's Sunday so as usual I'll go all soft with the songs again.



Well, there's not much else to be said here.

(Even thoguh I, strangely enough, wasn't completely sold after seing the movie. I liked it, but I did not love it. I guess mostly since I read about it already in the making of-stage and kept hearing about it for a year until it finally came here - which had brought me to the point where I felt I was about to see the world's eight wonder appear on the silverscreen. Which is wasn't, but it's a film that does grow on you, and did become better when I saw it again a few years later. What I like about it is perhaps that it really does feel like you are wathcing someone's memories instead of living the present; remembering endless summer days, a thick warm wind moving the leaves of a tree almost like in slow motion, sheer pastel colours in a pale and soft morning light, the deaht wishes of a young girl.)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love that song.
I also lovd the movie a lot.

AlicePleasance said...

I really liked the movie, but with the book was true love...all those details, so well written...it still is one of my favorites.

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

Anonymous : It surely is a great song

Alice Pleasance : I have ben planning to read the book for a ewhile now; I've heard the film reflects it really well but that the book is even better, just like you say, due to the way it is written.

crispybenfranklin said...

I agree with Alice: The book is amazing. I always feel like I should like the movie a lot more than I do, because I love the book and the director and visually it's amazing, but I just can't get into it.