I finally understand the emotion

Tre 2022-04-20 09:01:34

Hepburn successfully played a princess, and it is estimated that he got what he wanted. Hollywood movies also staged a Qiong Yao-style parting, which may be regarded as a great joy. The princess accepted the guidance and even control of her subordinates from the passive way of being a child. It only took a day and a night to transform herself into a royal heir who expects to firmly grasp the authority. The key to this transformation is to reject a love that looks a lot like an adaptation of the Elizabeth I story.
When I read it for the first time as a teenager, I was disgusted with this kind of love story with no ending, because I thought it was too heartless. But after more than ten years, I have come to understand that love in the world is often accidental, and life is indeed likely to make people make some very helpless choices. The ruthlessness at this time should actually be called bravery. At the same time, the short-lived Sparks are actually very beautiful. When Princess An bravely took up the responsibility of the ruler, reporter Qiao also bravely suppressed the desire for success and gave up career opportunities in order to protect An's reputation. Maybe it's because I gave up too much in reality. When I saw that the hero of the movie also gave up like this, I was really moved.

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Roman Holiday quotes

  • Princess Ann: [as Ann and Joe dance] Hello.

    Joe Bradley: Hello.

    Princess Ann: Mr. Bradley, if you don't mind my saying so, I think you are a ringer.

    Joe Bradley: Wha - oh, thanks very much.

    Princess Ann: You spent the whole day doing things I've always wanted to. Why?

    Joe Bradley: I don't know. Seemed the thing to do.

  • Mario Delani, hairdresser: [holding Ann's long hair] All off?

    Princess Ann: All off.

    Mario Delani, hairdresser: [seconds later] Are you sure?

    Princess Ann: Yes!

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