Humanity is only a thought

Trudie 2022-04-19 09:01:44

In the beginning, people are inherently good. However, in the process of human growth and maturity, power, desire, and money are like Pandora's boxes, and the danger is tempting. These forces distort people's three views and corrode the brilliance of human nature. So people become greedy, selfish, arrogant.
How did Dantès change from a simple boy at first to the Count of Monte Cristo, who finally covered the sky and was dominated by hatred? That's right, it was his friend Montego who coveted the beauty of Dantès' fiancée, and his desire tempted him to betray his friend. It is also because the government official's thirst for power drives him to murder his own father, pushing Dantès to the abyss of despair. It is because of Forster's greed for money that he is so insane.
"To live" is the most primitive desire of human beings. Otherwise, how could Dantès be lingering on in a prison without the light of day? That's the longing for life. Of course, it was also because he couldn't give up his beloved fiancee, his old father and a better life in the future. So, he tried his hardest. In the prison, the benevolent and wise priest turned his life upside down: the acquisition of various skills, the soundness of mind, the acquisition of wealth, and even helped him escape from prison. . .
Revisiting the old place, everything has been changed beyond recognition. After Dantès suffered a series of blows and heavy losses, the devil in his heart was about to come out. Finally, the goddess of nemesis firmly controlled Dantes, and a competition of revenge and hatred began. The king of vengeance, the Count of Monte Cristo, descended from the sky. He skillfully maneuvered around his former enemies with a noble gesture. The plot was ups and downs, and the climax followed. . .
You know I know, everyone has weaknesses. There is no doubt that Mercedes is his Achilles' ankle. Fortunately, Mercédès was loyal to her love. In order to protect her and Dantès' children, she married an enemy woman and endured humiliation for 18 years.
The play finally ended with Happy Ending, the bad guys got their due retribution, and the Dantès family reunited. Exciting plot, vivid characters, and luxurious costumes. Highly recommend this film!

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  • Roselyn 2022-04-24 07:01:05

    I still have a deep impression on the villain book when I was a child. It is really not easy to make such a story so boring and fake, so unfamiliar! If you see this director's film in the future, you can take a detour.

  • Brennan 2022-03-27 09:01:05

    Comedy ending. like very much. But it seems all thanks to the pastor.

The Count of Monte Cristo quotes

  • J.F. Villefort, Chief Magistrate: Mondego's the one who pulled the trigger! He'd never confess in a million years!

    Count of Monte Cristo: You're right, he wouldn't... but you just have.

  • J.F. Villefort, Chief Magistrate: I don't see how any of this has anything to do with our business relationship!

    Count of Monte Cristo: [calmly] I'm about to tell you.