Sorry, this is a short review that cannot be written so I can only write a long review

Lacy 2022-04-20 09:01:41

Four stars for the goddess Julianne Moore.
For Alice, an excellent scientist in language cognition, and a wise woman with a happy family, the cognitive impairment and memory degradation caused by Alzheimer's disease will cause her to suffer more terrifying pain than ordinary people, so she is in the Butterfly traps buried in the closet under the blue lamp are inevitable. However, it was precisely because of her wisdom and knowledge that when she was still sober, she used her last grace to strive to be a unique warrior. Therefore, among the thousands of Alzheimer's patients in the world, there are only a very few people like Alice who can convey "How I feel" to the general public with amazing perseverance and courage.
In the same way, only an actor like Julianne Moore can restore an Alice - the initial daze, confusion, fear, the pain of losing her career, the guilt inherited from her children, the loss of her husband's inability to accompany her, the inability to face the humbleness of her own disability . So at the end of the film, when Alice said "love" in a vain way, we still see the once dazzling Alice buried deeply. So the ending is fixed in a relatively forgiving scene, leaving Ali a final grace and decency (compared to most patients in real life).

As she said - Alzheimer's needs to be taken seriously, it's a disease and there are currently no effective treatments. I hope that in the future, mine and our children will be free from this disease.

It's a pity that Kristin Stuart's acting skills are really... As soon as I read the lines, I pursed my lips and shook my head and swallowed the words... Really... Although she fits the little daughter's setting to some extent... But... But... But at the end, let her read such a paragraph... ...it's just embarrassing.
Baldwin is doing okay.

Well, a three-point movie, a goddess close to a five-point. Four point movie.

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Extended Reading
  • Kole 2022-04-24 07:01:06

    After watching Still Alice, I didn't imagine the deliberately sensational and sadistic narrative. It is very touching to narrate the symptoms of Alzheimer's under the timely BGM. Alice's speech is very touching the art of losing. I really liked the different feeling of the scene performed by K! Of course, I stared at the green eyes completely at the end. After the subtitles come out, I will relive it again. Aunt Moore will have good luck in Oscar next year.

  • Dorothy 2022-04-01 09:01:04

    The director's approach is too mediocre and dull. But Moore is still good-looking and likes her rivalry with her younger daughter

Still Alice quotes

  • Dr. Alice Howland: I need something to read.

    Dr. John Howland: I thought you were reading Moby Dick.

    Dr. Alice Howland: Yeah, I was. But I got tired of reading the same page over and over again. I can't focus.

    Dr. John Howland: Well, that happens to me when I read Moby Dick too.

  • Dr. Alice Howland: When I was, um, a little girl, like, in second grade, my teacher told me butterflies don't live a long time. They live, like, a month. And I was so upset, and I went home, and I told my mother, and she said: "Yeah, but, you know, they have a nice life. They have a really beautiful life." So now it always makes me think about my mother's life, and my sister's life. And to a certain extent, you know, my own.