A room with a view (1985)
Helena Bonham carter, maggie Smith
This is a movie with some
charm showing exhibits of British culture in the banter etc
set in the allure of Italian neighbourhoods where a bit of a tourism experience
is taken in.
Ultimately the moral of the story in what are the romantic entanglements played
out, is that men and women should take care not to choose a partner who is
fundamentally at odds with them as to why to exist and to what ends they seek to
attain for like minded people on the planet as opposed to everybody else.
For the gal in the movie you would think it important for her I would say that
too much negativity, a focus on the trivial and the mundane, an easily aroused
hostile nature and a general preference for the inane is certainly what she
choose to avoid, and in this regard hopefully steers clear of the sort of advice
given by the woman played by Emma Thompson in Carrington which we just posted
you in 1080p where she expresses a desire for men "who are cold and therefore
Oh well, to each his own I suppose - just know who you are for real and be
about that for your own self and for the purposes of truly and honestly sizing
possible partner to spend your life with for whatever period of time involved.
Michael Rizzo Chessman