A good portion of the picture's grace derives from the idea that this alien, obviously superior intelligence is benevolent and empathetic.
is the essence of that particular dream of man--as well as, it must be acknowledged, an evocation of an archetypical betrayal by gods we erected to comfort us eventually finding no use for our entreaties and desires.
This is the delicate balance of push-pull that denotes Universal Fractionation. letting your eyes wander a little during a conversation) while others it’s macro (e.g. It can’t be reliably prescribed because each situation is different and requires you to calibrate to the girl and to the moment.
So here’s an example of a girl I made out with in Serbia but couldn’t progress to getting her home.
Look at the wardrobe, too, the future fashions all high-waisted and frumpy--that by itself is isolating. Theodore lives downstairs from budding documentarian Amy (Amy Adams), who's seeking authenticity in a piece that reminds a little of an Andy Warhol " is in many ways as much about the variety of solitude (in crowds, in couples, in actual solitude) as it is about the multiplicity of relationships.
(An actress known for her appearance, she chooses to be disembodied.) Between this, is that Samantha is so fully realized as a character that at some point it's no longer strange that Theodore is in a relationship with her and has fallen in love with her.
We believe that she's fallen in love with him back. Jonze has listened to the way people talk, has intuited how they fall in and out of love, how they deal with betrayal and loss, how they somehow summon the strength to do it all over again.
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