so how does one deal with break-ups?
i can’t even handle one properly, and i’m pretty sure i’m doing it wrong.
i am able to forget the minute i step outside my house but when i rest my body against my bed,
everything crashes down.
and when i close my eyes;
my mind roams everywhere, searching for solace. love. warmth. whatever that is.
but only tears will follow. nothing else.
and one day, i believe that i will be content with my own self.
this shall ease off, elisa.
breathe in, breathe out.
Hey, I just went back from the theatres. After such long time, finally I was able to watch Wonderwoman! Thank goodness it had not yet been taken down. It's been two and a half weeks since its premiere, so by now it should've been taken down but I was blessed, I guess.
First of all, I loved it. It made me feel so goddamn powerful through the entire movie. And my favourite scene has got to be where all the ladies were fighting/training with each other. Seeing a lot of women being so damn strong with no hint of "damsel in distress" thing got me so fucking hyped. Especially when there were no males in the island.
ALSO, I LOVED HOW MOST OF THE FIGHT SCENES WERE IN SLOW-MO. LIKE DAMN. WHAT THE FUCK? HOW. FUCKING. COOL. I FEEL SO GODDAMN EMPOWERED. A+++++++++ for you, Patty Jenkins.
BUT. One thing that I kinda disliked at the middle of the movie is why did Diana have a love interest, when it didn't seem necessary. I rolled my eyes a bit too hard when Trevor came onto the frame. But throughout the film, it kinda struck me that apparently she had empathy, which is a really nice trait for a human being to have. Wait- I mean, demigod. Creature. Whatever. It's not about love, it's about empathy. Seeing her lost her loved one and let out her rage got me in chills. Damn girl u scary.
Oh, I also disliked how unrealistic she was when she wanted to save everyone. Honey, not everyone wants to be saved.
Also, the movie didn't sexualize her in any forms. Plus points to you, Jenkins.
But overall, I loved the movie. The movie industry definitely needs more heroines, to empower young girls - or even middle-aged women! I watched it with my aunt, and she said she felt empowered too. I am looking forward for more.
not much goes on inside my head anymore.
In my house of sadness, may I invite you in?
pain is inevitable. suffering, is optional.
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