The voice is still alive, the darkness in Fort Mantley

Belle 2022-04-20 09:01:34

A digression first~ The campus intranet was just installed that day, and on a whim I wanted to watch this movie that was included in the "Oscar blockbuster" section of the intranet. It was 0:00 on December 15th when I saw it. When I came here just now, when I accidentally clicked on the heroine's profile, I found that she died on the 15th at the age of 96! ! ! Is this providence? Then I searched for the information of the male pig's feet and found that he was actually Vivien Leigh's husband! ! ! Husband of my goddess! ! !
The first time I saw the male pig's feet, I felt very old, a mature uncle-type man, but the other party was just a woman who looked a bit nasty. The story unfolds on the edge of a sea cliff. The female protagonist is too shallow in the world, and after all, she falls under the charm of the male protagonist. The hero legendary brought her back, so she transformed herself into Mrs. Winter.
But this lady is not easy. Manderley Manor was as wide as the East Sea, and Mrs. Winter had to endure emptiness, loneliness, barking, chores, and a ghostly housekeeper. It seems that his arrival is to replace the deceased ex-wife to ensure the normal operation of everything in Manderley. Living all day in comparison with another dead woman, Mrs. New Winter had been disappointed and struggled. Finally, after that, the deceased wife Rebecca was still able to see the true face of
her It is not another man or woman, but the sea." But she was so strong that she was able to control others on a spiritual level, and it was after her death. The books and boxes on the table carry an R, as if it were a symbol of her magic. The voice and appearance are still there, and the atmosphere of suspense and horror is like this. Hitchcock put a lot of effort into this film to create such a personal environment, from black and white in form to long foreshadowing and in-depth layers in content. But love is unstoppable, "I love you more than anything" (I love you more than anything), and love finally overcomes Rebecca's ghost!
Although the hero Lawrence Oliver has made great contributions to Shakespeare's plays, his performance in this play is also extraordinary, but he still feels a little flawed. In the play, the male protagonist Yourou is gloomy and nervous, but Oliver still wins the hearts and minds of the audience with his charming British appearance! In fact, his moustache and little melancholy played a big role, although it made him look really old.
Regarding the heroine Joan Fantine, there has always been a saying that this person is restrained in reality, and gives people a sense of tension. Even her personal role is a cautious, shy, and suspicious female character. She has been in the industry for 30 years. always like this. Throughout the film, especially with Mr. Winter, she's still so nervous that even Mr. Winter says she's "not close enough to him". In front of the butler, there is no aura at all. A bit like a schoolboy who is afraid of a teacher, so does Joan Fantine in the film. But that's why she's got the role so well. After watching Joan Fantine's life, I feel that it is not easy for her to be in and out of the movie, and she gets along with the male protagonist just fine, so there is what some people say in the film "the two people are alienated", but it is exactly what the film needs. . To say that the heroine is not beautiful is not, maybe many people will not like the role she plays, but I think she is the same as the hero, more and more attractive as the plot develops. Maybe Oliver likes a stunning woman like Vivien Leigh, but in my opinion, Joan Fantine's fresh face also brings me visual enjoyment.
Finally, love this black and white movie, and, kudos to Joan Fantine!

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Extended Reading
  • Maggie 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    You can't deny the classicness of the film just because it's too familiar and too fat to watch.

  • Jimmie 2022-04-24 07:01:05

    The black and white film looks very charming

Rebecca quotes

  • Mrs. de Winter: I wish I were a woman of 36, dressed in black satin with a string of pearls!

  • Maxim de Winter: You thought I loved Rebecca? You thought that? I hated her!