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Dia de São Valentim? Sugestões de romance no Grande Ecrã

Escolha Especial - O Melhor Romance de todos os Tempos: “Casablanca” (1942) de Michael Curtiz com Humphrey Bogart e Ingrid Bergman

Sugestões:

Gone with the Wind (1939) de Victor Fleming com Vivien Leigh e Clark Gable

Trilogia Before - Sunrise (1995); Sunset (2004); Midnight (2013) de Richard Linklater com Julie Delpy e Ethan Hawke

Sabrina (1954) de Billy Wilder com Audrey Hepburn e Humphrey Bogart

Her (2013) de Spike Jonze com Joaquin Phoenix e Scarlett Johansson

La Vie D'Adéle (2013) de Abdellatif Kechiche com Lea Seydoux e Adéle Exarchopoulos

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) de Michel Gondry com Jim Carrey e Kate Winslet

Blue Valentine (2010) de Derek Cianfrance com Ryan Gosling e Michelle Williams

Much Ado About Nothing (2013) de Joss Whedon com Alexis Denisof e Amy Acker

Jane Eyre (2011) de Cary Fukunaga com Mia Wasikowska e Michael Fassbender

Annie Hall (1977) de Woody Allen com Woody Allen e Diane Keaton

Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959) de Alain Resnais com Emmanuelle Riva e Eiji Okada

Say Anything (1989) de Cameron Crowe com John Cusack e Ione Skye

Moonrise Kingdom (2012) de Wes Anderson com Jared Gilman e Kara Hayward

Beginners (2010) de Mike Mills com Ewan McGregor e Mélanie Laurent

Like Crazy (2011) de Drake Doremus com Felicity Jones e Anton Yelchin

To the Wonder (2012) de Terrence Malick com Ben Affleck e Olga Kurylenko

Submarine (2010) de Richard Ayoade com Craig Roberts e Yasmin Paige

Restless (2011) de Gus Van Sant com Mia Wasikowska e Henry Hopper

(500) Days of Summer (2009) de Marc Webb com Zooey Deschanel e Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Atonement (2007) de Joe Wright com Keira Knightley e James McAvoy

When Harry Met Sally (1989) de Rob Reiner com Meg Ryan e Billy Crystal

Punch-Drunk Love (2002) de Paul Thomas Anderson com Adam Sandler e Emily Watson 

Part of the appeal of the Brontë siblings is how vastly different their personalities were, though.

Hermit Emily: “I don’t want to deal with the outside world. I prefer living in my wild fantasies.”

Sensible Anne: “Maybe we should try living in the outside world? We could give it a go, I guess?”  

Ambitious Charlotte: “The outside world has to know about our books and our genius!”

Drunken Branwell: *gets drunk” 

Jane Austen and the Brontë sisters hold our imagination because, ultimately, they all believed in women thinking for themselves and only marrying a man they truly loved.

Ahead of their time? 

Man, they were ahead of people in the world NOW.

Don’t forget that. Even 150 years ago, smart, sensible women knew what the deal with marriage was.

The worst question you can ever ask about the three  Brontë sisters: “Well, who was the best one?” Yeah, that’s not the point.  They were ALL the best ones.

Charlotte, Anne and Emily were brilliant and dazzling and outspoken in their own ways. They were always bringing up their own POVs and were saying things that their other two sisters never once brought up. 

A family full of actual, proper literary geniuses. With unique opinions. Few ever truly appreciate this or how amazing and historical that is.