1985 (US) Movie The Color Purple Purple

Anais 2022-04-22 07:01:28

This is a movie from 1985. Recalling that I was still a little acridine in 1985, it turns out that such a movie is being shown on the other side of the world.
At the time, the reviews for this film were mixed. It was probably Steven Spielberg, whose films were full of commercial elements, and the calculations were too precise and accurate.

What I like most about this all-black film is that it expresses a sad life with a lot of humor and the spirit of Ah Q, as well as a lot of music.

Worth seeing.
I like.

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  • Amiya 2022-03-25 09:01:09

    Notre Dame movies are the ultimate example, the embarrassment from beginning to end makes me feel uncomfortable...

  • Emory 2022-03-26 09:01:05

    Lao Si's films have always teetered on the edge of vast epic and overly sensational, and it is rare for a film involving women and race to be so delicately arranged by a male director. A very smart group portrait of black women spanning more than 70 years. When the heroine embraces her long-lost sons and daughters who have returned from Africa, there really is a sense of grandeur and warmth that rises leisurely. Perfection.

The Color Purple quotes

  • Celie: [to Albert] Till you do right by me, everything you even think about gonna' fail.

  • Celie: The more things change, the more they stay the same.