February 04, 2005

Laugh, till the end of life

4 out of 5 stars

Tonight I don't have the voice to release the whole pile of unsorted thoughts in my mind, but I want to put the title here, saves the moment of spontaneity, in case it will remind me what I was thinking some other time.

After all the escapist never had the gut to laugh loudly till the end of life.

This is one of the best adaptation film I've seen.

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  1. awesome. and the original novel had a great influence on my view of humanity

    04 Feb 2005, 13:51

  2. hmmm, Michel Foucault mentioned in one of his interviews that from his experience in Sweden, which was then a comparatively free nation, some freedom can also be restriction to certain extent.

    I m not sure if there are links between Foucault and Kundera. But I think this can be seen as a reference to read Unbearable Lightness of Being as well.

    06 Feb 2005, 01:19

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