Kirsten 2022-04-20 09:01:59

"Sex and the City" once said: Love and beauty are women's lifelong pursuit. This is confirmed by Georgiana. (Only discussing the story, not the filming of the movie.)
The beauty of the youthful era is seen by an extremely powerful man, without any inner communication, is it really like lust? Does conquering a woman have to go through that path? The seemingly beautiful marriage started Georgiana's nightmare in life. However, her mother had asked her for her consent, so she could not blame anyone in the future, that was her own choice at the time. It's just that she doesn't understand men and marriage at her age.
Georgiana was born like the best gift for the world. She shines wherever she goes. She is beautiful, smart, and kind. It's hard not to be noticed by such a woman. The more everyone's attention, the more stimulated her inner pain. Everyone in the world loves her, but her husband doesn't love her. In my opinion, this is the saddest thing a woman can do.
Watching the naked maid rush out of the room, the illegitimate daughter outside came to the house... She would swallow all his absurd things because she was the Duchess.


It seems that regardless of nationality, race, or region, they are all patriarchal Yes, The Duck bears the fate of the family and bears the role of reproduction... Georgiana is also destined to sacrifice herself for the reproduction of this family.
Fate often makes fun of people, the more a family needs a son, there are three daughters. Bess, a woman who is useless to have children and daughters, has three sons in her life. I think of my farmer's house in Germany, his three sons, and his three daughters next door. I once asked him with a smile, how? He will give birth to three sons, and whether the family next door will envy him, he said shyly: This is arranged by God, and he does not know. But he sympathized with the neighbors.
Of course, having a son has the right to sympathize with others.


Georgiana met her childhood sweetheart. In fact, it wasn't necessarily her choice before, but after this terrible marriage, that man seemed to be the only proof that she was alive. He let her know that sex is not just for fertility, he let her know that women are for pain and love, not for vases at home. A man is like a woman's book. If you have only read one book, of course you think it is the best book. If you read a lot and choose from a lot, you will naturally know which one is the best.
But in fact, that man did not bring anything to Georgiana. Although he rushed to the Duke's house and struggled, Georgiana could only choose to spend the rest of his life with her children, her husband, and her husband's lover, thinking of the poor Xibao Children, who thought they got the most prosperous life in the world, actually got the most beautiful bird cage in the world.
How wonderful to be that free.


It's always sad to read these stories about women.
Heartache is both a woman and we all struggle to live in this world.
We have always fought for equality between men and women, although in a sense it is impossible.
But I still hope to be a woman in the next life,
because women still have love and beauty to pursue!

And the man has only those two dogs to accompany him forever.

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  • Leonora 2022-04-24 07:01:15

    I can't wait to see Keira Knightley do a movie in modern clothes instead of just running around the UK grass in a huge dress~~~

  • Dwight 2022-03-29 09:01:04

    The only person in England who doesn't love a Duchess is the Duke. kk is very suitable for this kind of movie, old-fashioned England style, maybe she is not beautiful, but she seems to be tailor-made for that period. Georgiana's life was dominated by others. He married the duke according to his mother's wishes, and was destined to be the duke's heir. Her love for Gray was destined to be a lovely and unattainable relationship. She can only hide this feeling in her heart. give birth to them

The Duchess quotes

  • Duke of Devonshire: I don't make deals. Why would I? I'm in charge of it all.

  • Charles Fox: Today we have won the vote. Tomorrow we define the future.