Wednesday, April 21, 2010
This isn't the best movie i've seen, but it left me thinking a lot of things..
The movie is about of a widower Frank (Robert de Niro) who tired of invite to his sons to home (and that they reject invitation him) decides to catch a plane and make them a visit surprise. To find them, he confirms their suspicions: the things they are not as well as he wanted to believe.
I saw it with my parents about two weeks ago.. I remember that after the movie ended my parents looked at me like, "Don't tell me that you don't like geography," my mother told me: "I always wanted that you were a dentist" and my dad told me: "Do you have ever felt under pressure for us?" ..yes, my parents reflect in this sence.
I think the problem is very real, I like that. I believe the film reflects how we are embedded in the "system of appearances" leaving aside the transcendental, that is be happy.. no matter the job, we can’t always be what our parents want that us to be.. because maybe we stop being who we are.
What do you think about it?