The Consequences of Love[Le conseguenze dell’amore] 2004, directed by Paolo Sorrentino
There is a mysterious man who lives in an upmarket hotel. Everyday he puts on his
suit, avoiding any kind of contact with people. He never talks to
anyone. In that hotel’s bar, Sansa works as a waitress. Everytime she
tries to speak with the man he never answers. Until one day he does.
aAA i’d love to take a date to the aquarium and just hold hands as we walk around looking at the different tanks and hang out in those special glass tubes where it’s like the fish are swimming around and above you, i love those /)//w//(\
Rogue One well they did a really impressive job with Tarkin and Leia, other then that the movie was ok effects were cool, Vader was amazing. but again only things from the original movie blew me away the rest i don’t really care.
i actually brought a few of these things abt the treatment of aro ppl especially like 3 or 4 months ago i think? in discourse and the reaction of the exclusionist i was talking to at the time was... like... basically oppression olympics bs. "youre complaining abt romance films and i cant even walk outside with my partner without getting attacked! im illegal in a whole bunch of countries! i cant get married in even more!"
I get my meds (almost) taken away even tho my identity made me depressed and suicidal in the first place and everyone I know thinks ppl like me are subhuman but ok Pamela this is about movies.
Its amazing how badly they can trivialize things in order to skew a perspective in their favor, huh? I mean I could say “my life is in danger but you complain about not being able to sign a piece of legal paper that says ‘married’ on it,” and it would accomplish the same thing.
That is, oversimplifying issues to say “they aren’t that bad” with complete lack of nuance and no acknowledgement of the worse things faced, in order to make my experience look comparably worse.