Maybe at this moment, we will forget what happened in the last moment.

Michelle 2022-04-21 09:02:00


Today at the 87th Academy Awards, after Julian Moore, who played Alice, won the film, I turned out this film to watch it.
At first, I watched "Gone Girl" and liked that type of movies, so I thought that the actress should be Rosamund Pike, but after watching this movie, I really understood something about acting.
Let a normal person play the role of some sick people, not like in Chinese movies, who still wear makeup when they are sick, but are real, look like an Alzheimer's patient in appearance, eyes, and heart, It was so well done that it made me very into the play.

Alzheimer's disease in China has a direct, not very pleasant name: Alzheimer's disease.
But its original name is so appealing. Such a cruel disease.
In fact I don't know what it's like for a person to have this disease. But when I saw Alice finding her way for the first time, peeing her pants for the first time, and looking for her phone at night for the first time. She expresses those flustered feelings vividly. But I still can't feel the same way, it's just a pity.

As she said, maybe the next moment we will forget, but still live in the moment.

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

    At the end of the film, the daughter reads the monologue of her character in the script to her mother, and those sentences are just musical notes for the amnesiac mother, and lose their meaning. The daughter asked her mother, "What does this show mean?" The mother said with difficulty, "Love." ——Aunt Moore said that the perception and love of life penetrated into the depths of the soul little by little. learning the art of losing.

  • Nicklaus 2022-04-01 09:01:04

    Moore's performance adds appeal to an otherwise bland film~

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.