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《小妇人》电影观后感(英文)Little woman

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  《小妇人》电影观后感(英文)Little woman

  Little Amy stealths the show. Absolutely. Words of wisdom just slips out of her mouth so effortlessly yet so inspiring. And considering of her age, she gives a new meaning to what little woman is all about. I like the way little Amy fly about the scene with her fancy theatric moves, it’s hard not to give your attention when she is around. To be fair, she is a little bit overactive for her part, but I don’t blame her. As for her grown-up, I find the scene where she turnes down Jo’s offer of affection and bashs his jeasousy quite amusing. In fact, this is the soul of the play where everyone’s fate hangs on it. Whether it’s covincing or not can make or break the play. it’s a great pleasure to hear smart people defending and arguing for their feelings, so that they end up realizing they are not smart at all. So funny, I can play the scene time and time again in my head.

  I don’t like Jo in this play. They’ve got the wrong girl to say the least. Even her beautifual black eyes and masculine eyebrow is of no help to her. The trick is you can’t call that bad acting, just that she doesn’t fit well with Jo. She sets about striking you as daring, unworldly, not bound by rules and lacking in feminiety. But she is just a tomboy. They are bunch of them nowadays and what the fuss all about her?. Jo should be someone unusual, one of a kind, out of this world. In a sense, I wouldn’t mind to call Jo an American incarnation of Joan of Arc. I have seen better. Now I have to confess her predecessor(Kathrine Herpen) is really of something.

  The encounter between this Jo and her German professor is like staged romance. A silly school girl stumbling into a knowlegeable scholar who happens to be not married. Why does she get so tighten up in his room and what is that seduction scene in the theatre for. it’s all so cliché, second-hand romance or acting copyed from other people’s genius plays, exactly like what Teddy says. And the way she throw herself to her lover and being so ready to give her heart is the last straw for me. A reformed woman, you’ll say.

  If you want to know what good acting is about, just look at Meg, or the mother, though I think it’s too easy a case for Susan. Teddy’s role is delivered very well. He ‘s natural, and there’s no ambiguous thing about his feelings, so well done. Granted The problem with Jo and Teddy is in their characters, because they are of the same impulsive kind. They look at each other, and they see their own weakness, and the excitement challenging your own kind is quite childish, is’t? But the timing of self-awareness coming to you is also very important. Teddy finds his peace of mind in Amy, and Jo in professor. But I still think there’s no certainty about fate and character, not in real life, Teddy and Jo could have made the second best match. Nothing is perfect in the world, so why couldn’t they be part of it?