destiny and struggle

Isabel 2022-04-23 07:02:06

The movie contains a lot.

The life of the protagonist in it is really tragic. In that era, as a black woman, and without her own father, it was very sad. However, there is a big difference in the lives of the two sisters, Celie and Nettie. It is not only the difference in character but also the difference in fate.

The most impressive thing is that in fact, Albert people are not bad, but because of his father's teaching, he treats Siri well and often beats her and yells at her, but he treats Xiuge very well and obeys everything. of the kind. I feel that when you are a person and do things, you still have to follow your own heart, instead of doing what people around you think you should do. For example, his son is like this. At first, he and Maria were very good, and they had a deep relationship with each other. He was originally a weaker character, and Maria had a stronger character, which just complemented each other, but he had to learn from his father. Tragedy (this is a racial and political issue again, so I won't expand it), but fortunately, I found a comfortable way of getting along with each other.

After watching the movie, I also felt that although the lives of different classes are very different, but if you stand at a high point, from the overall point of view, whether you are happy, happy, comfortable, and loving is the most important thing, if you are not poor enough to starve. Frozen, the material may be just icing on the cake and can not help.

In addition, the old movies still seem to have feelings. After the washing of time, most of the handed down are classics.

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

    It's a long movie, if you can feel Siri's feelings, then what's the pain right now..

  • Houston 2022-03-25 09:01:09

    The big biographies of the little people, the irrepressible humanity will eventually explode

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.