Friday, October 23, 2009

Movie night

If you read this blog then you know that I don’t have TV at home. On purpose, not because I couldn’t afford it. You also know that I haven’t been in a library since March, so I haven’t borrowed any movies there. Well, I don’t borrow them anyway; it is not such great fun watching them on a computer.

Though, every now and then I go to a cinema, weather alone or with friends. Rarely with Ž, though we often have plans. These past days I have been feeling very lonely, so I decided to go to see a movie last night. Julia & Julie. I liked it a lot. However, I did cry again, some things reminding me of the events in my life.

A few weeks ago I went to see Ice age 3, but I came to the cinema too late, so I went to see a cartoon Up instead. Quite sad, but funny, too. I laughed a lot, but often tears were running down my cheeks.

For me, lesson of both movies was the same – life eventually gets back on track, but there are certain events that have to happen before that. Weather or not you like it. And sometimes we don’t get what we want. I just wish I am on the right path, making the right decisions. Though, lately I so often doubt about that. I know that I suffer due to my own decision, and that some day enough will be enough. If happy times don’t come before that by themselves… I wish, I hope, I ask.

4 comments:

Feronia said...

I'm sorry that the past few days have been lonely ones for you, Pina. They haven't been great ones for me either. I would like to see Julie and Julia. I've started the book and I can relate to Julie's feelings of aimlessness at the beginning. I am also a fan of Meryl Streep. Hope you have a happier week. Hugs :)

Pina said...

I think that Meryl Streep is too old for the role in this movie, as Julia has started to cook at about 37 years of age.

13mimosa said...

I saw this a few weeks ago with friends and LOVED it. It really resonated with me too, reminded me a lot of myself and my dreams and desires.

Pina said...

I am sure you will make your dream come true one day, Victoria. I keep fingers crossed for you, just follow your dream!