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Lottie 2022-04-19 09:01:45

Suddenly thinking. why. I sit in front of the screen all day with peace of mind, watching one movie after another, is it just boring? Or, what exactly am I looking for. unknown. So, just watch movies.
It is a warm film, "Horton hears a who".
Horton is a cute little elephant. Naive, candid, passionate. Good at spotting things that go unnoticed in the jungle. So, it found one day, that alfalfa flower with a speck of dust. It believed that it heard Clover's voice, so it believed that there was a world in that mote, even if it wasn't seen, it did exist.

The film then revolves around the story of cute elephants and flowers. In the end, it went through hardships and obstacles, and with 100% commitment, helped the nameless town world in the dust to settle down.
The structure of the story is so simple, and the ending is still clear and complete. But still deeply moved by some scenes.

When horton was chased by a vulture and lost the alfalfa flower, he kept his promise, climbed the mountain, and pursued the vulture perseveringly. Horton's desperation was unbearable when the vulture threw that flower among more than 3 million of the same flowers. It is so persistent, among the large flowers, one after another asks: Is it you? When the wind blows, the flowers it has asked are piled up in piles but they are blown up, it is helpless. The director is still merciful, letting it find the flower that originally belonged to it by feeling. The only one among more than 3 million.

When the kangaroos clamored and urged everyone to destroy the flower. In the nameless town in the dust, all the people felt the threat of survival, so the instinct of survival, let them gather together, do their best to make the biggest voice: we r here! We r here! So shocking.

In fact, kangaroos are also wrong. Many times, what we can't see, hear, or feel just doesn't exist. But sometimes, even if we can't see, hear, or feel, they are there.
Horton said, a person is a person, no matter how small it is. That's it, every life should have the right to live, no matter whether they are small or humble.
There are always people who see the political metaphor of this film, but they are still hopelessly moved.
A flower, a world, a kind elephant, a film that warms me.

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Horton Hears a Who! quotes

  • Katie: In my world everyone is a pony, and they all eat rainbows, and poop butterflies.

  • The Mayor of Who-ville: Seriously, who is this? Is this Burt from accounting?

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