Big and deep - deep in the ocean

Rosendo 2022-04-19 09:01:49

Looking at the key words, the initial shock started when the multi-masted wooden ship trembled and set sail. The wrestling between man and nature is so disparate, but the white sails blown by the sea breeze are like human beings in the early days of capitalism. ambitious ambitions.
This is not a warm movie. The hostility of the rich to the proletarian is naked. It is also naked to throw a young sailor into the belly of a whale to dig whale oil, and it is even more so to survive cannibalism.
Greed is human nature, so the excitement when facing the whale group, the cold beluga is a silent, cruel lesson. Many times life is such a kind of ups and downs, after the ecstasy of greed is satisfied, The hard struggle in the disaster that followed, life is a sea of ​​misery, and in the end, only by repentance can we find liberation, but it is the courage of people who do not regret it, and the initiative to give up when encountering a beluga again. , it cannot be denied that human beings are cruel, but after all, they are the creatures closest to wisdom.

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  • Velva 2022-04-23 07:01:54

    Three and a half stars, it's too formal, nothing new... Finally, Ron Howard's last movie is a little bit passionate... [ps I watched it on the 6th, and I haven't rated it yet

  • Zion 2022-04-23 07:01:54

    It is a pity that there is no epic confrontation between man and beluga whale, but human beings were unilaterally abused and then drifted at sea to survive. What's worse is the dispersal of the theme. Do you want to express your reverence for nature, or to advocate the harmonious coexistence between man and nature, or to criticize the greed of human nature, or to appreciate the tenacity of human nature under adversity? It's a pity that these were not expressed properly.

In the Heart of the Sea quotes

  • Matthew Joy: Gone fishin', aren't we?

  • Herman Melville: Something else you've given me tonight.

    Old Thomas Nickerson: And what's that?

    Herman Melville: The courage to go where one does not want to go.