purple redemption

Trace 2022-04-22 07:01:28

When I was a freshman, I also made a preview of "Purple". It's been almost three years before I knew it... A black woman's spiritual awakening, from the beginning of being paralyzed and not being daring to resist, to gradually awakening and reborn from the ashes. It is not boring for many hours, and the story and characters are very exciting. The spiritual mentors of the two heroines have appeared one after another, so that the heroines can release the shackles of the heroine step by step. Can impress the audience. The resistance at the dinner table made people emotional, the long-suppressed emotions finally broke out, and the audience's emotions were finally released. The topic of expressing feminism and anti-racism was also a social trend at the time. Through this work, Spielberg also let people know that he not only made commercial films, but also made literary films.

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  • Kamryn 2022-03-20 09:01:45

    make #lemonade# out of lemon, the plot cuts slightly incoherently

  • Kamryn 2021-12-11 08:01:18

    Spikeberg was an early feminist film and was the first black film in the history of American cinema. Although the word-of-mouth among all of Laos's works is relatively low, and all the ten Oscar nominations that year were missed, I personally like it very much and I almost shed tears several times. Purple refers to the beautiful sea of ​​flowers at the beginning and the end of the movie; purple also represents courage and courage! It is not only about race, but also about the tolerance and awakening of black women. Several different black women in the film resisted in their own different ways. They especially liked Sophia, a woman who had the courage to rebel against her own destiny. Although the reality gave her a merciless blow, it was also the result of the brutality of that era. And the heroine is cowardly and cowardly in most of the film, and swallows her voice to the point of insensibility. But the blood kinship gave her hope, and the friends around her also gave her courage and encouragement. When she shouted at the domestic violence husband who had used herself as a slave for decades, "I am poor and black again. I may be ugly! But dear God, I am free, I am free." Yes The most exciting part of the whole article!

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.