Today is special day for gay couples in the UK. As the new law confirmed the same-sex marriage. So todays post is about unordinary love.
Recently I have watched the film named 'Kill Your Darlings' (2013). But in this post I am not going to write a report about the film itself. No. I want to write about the idea which came up after I watched it. Gay love stories in films.
More and more films have been now created about the homosexual people and usually gain praises from many film critics. It all started with the 'Brokeback Mountain' in 2005. It was one of the first of its kind. It talked loudly about the problems gay people faced and which are still relevant today. So not surprisingly it attracted lots of attention as well as. The cast of this film was impressive as well as acting and the story itself was unusual at that time. It was ''something new''. 'Brokeback Mountain' won 3 Oscars from total 8 nominations. Consequently the films about gay love stories floored the film industry. Those like 'Milk' (2008) and 'Single Man' (2009) was interesting but let's not forget that the main actor performing the gay men were one of the best actors of the decade, so that might uplifted these films. And the most recent examples include Patrick from 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' (2012) and Kurt Hummel in 'Glee'. These guys were just an extra to the picture. It looked like they are in the film just because the director wanted to attract more audience - in this situation - gay people. And finally this year 'Blue is the Warmest Color' (2013) - by far the first most worth watching film about lesbian love - and 'Kill Your Darlings' (2013) were released. Talking about 'Kill Your Darlings' I was quite disappointed. Daniel Radcliffe acting was so bad that I started to think that he will be associated as Harry Potter as his best role for the rest of his acting career. But Dane DeHaan saved the day when kept showing his potential after a great performance in 'The Place Beyond the Pines' (2012). And the story. Interesting Beat generation and the intriguing David Kammerer murder story could have make this film epic but unfortunately it didn't… Unordinary story ended as ordinary.
Once there was a fisherman. One day he caught a small fish. But it was not because he was good fisherman but because the fish wanted to trick him and got on the hook. So fisherman started to pull the poll and the fish started to suffer. He asked what was wrong but the fish could not tell him because of the pain it felt. Then the fisherman tried to convince the fish to surrender and sacrifice in order to save him from the hunger. 'We all need to put some effort in order to make everybody happy' claimed the fisherman. So the fish felt bad about its previous ideas to run from the man and it started to lose itself. The fisherman was about to take the fish out of the water when suddenly the thought came to the fish - 'But what about me? What about my future plans to visit the ocean? I am just a small fish, I cannot feed the starving men'. It started to move backwards in order to escape from it's destiny - the fisherman's bucket. And so the little fish escaped from the fisherman. Hurt by the hook but free it swam to the unknown waters.
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