It's impossible to catch up stories in a single shot. You could never be somebody else, so you would never know what people thought... and felt. That's why I love movies. In fact, I could be someone else and getting into her or his life. I don't have to do anything but to feel what he or she feels. And it pulls me in.
Like a kaleidoscope eyes, you can see everything in one single view. That's quite amusing and suddenly you'd feel like god in your own world. You know what will happen next by pressing fast forward button, or stop watching at all.
I loved to be in such amazing story of a movie, imagining that I could be that bad, that generous, that simply, in love with the wrong guy. Through movies, you can be something that you never be, or be something that is already you. That's how movie works, anyway. Moving in or out the watchers, drawing in or out their feelings, and in the end, it gives a whole damn brand new story in their lives.
I love good movies with amazing different stories. It teaches me a lot, and I give myself daily dose of movies to keep me - for the good sake - thinking.
You know, I wish I had a narrator for my own life. Someone that really knows me, someone that could tell me what to do, someone who could see what's inside me and then, letting the world knows me through her words. Longing for my own narrator is making me to be able to talk to myself. In a quite circumstance or maybe in a terribly noisy circumstance. She owes me my story. Do you have ones?
Sometimes, I think about it. How can you be so sure about the tears that running out of your eyes when watching movies is your feeling that comes out of yourself? You found that your heart ripped out and anger rushed up to your head... Once again, that's what I loved about movies. Great stories, great actors, great psychological inundation, and in the end, great experiences.
Have a nice movies experience, guys.