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***no spoilers & general comments*** recently watched the iconic 80s movie "flashdance" and it really struck me as a warrior essence story. the main character alex (jennifer beals) had clear boundaries. her determination to overcome dance limitations had a warrior's flair. the sexuality was earthy and blunt as warriors aren't shy about sex. not a talkative script like sage style writing.... theme was at a soul age of 2nd level young. just my aesthetic opinion.... I can see why it was popular. also the movie had a great soundtrack.
It's themed on the French Revolutionary ideals. I loved the many layers, little details and paralelisms thorough the trilogy. The soundtrack is another masterpiece by itself. In “Blue”, a famous music composer dies in a car accident, before finishing a concert score for the Unification of Europe. But people suspect that his wife was the one who made music for him. The movie is about her internal process towards emotional freedom. Liberty. “White” : a humble hairdresser is left by his wife in terrible circumstances, and he loses everything. With the help of an enygmatic man, he tries to get even with her. Equality. And finally, “Red”. So beautiful! After an incident, a college student befriends an old man who spies his neighbors’s phone calls. Both begin to know each other and there is a progressive bleedtrough from the man’s past experiences, to the girl’s reality. This final chapter also shows how all the trilogy's characters are connected. Fraternity. Enjoy! Then, I suggest watching something bubbly and fast-paced ?
One of the most multi level and PROFOUND movies I've ever seen. It hits me on so many levels. I've seen it 1000 times and encourage everyone I meet to watch it and see what it does to (for) them. and the color purple - so so so so beautiful The scene where shug confronts her father, the preacher , in song; who has committed righteous indignation towards her and cast her out.