I home our gahment ain't reading this but I seem to be able to manage my time so well that I actually have so much time to visit old shows that I always wanted to watch but didn't.
Considering it is Feb, I've decided to check out some of those romantic shows that I've always wanted to watch. Nah, not the typical rom com that makes me really happy but those that is on the opposite spectrum. So I checked out Wong Kar-wai's "In the mood for love", "Chungking Express" and a newer "If I Stay", which features our favourite Hit-Girl from Kissass, Chloë Grace Moretz.
I never thought I would love these shows given how much I am into the whole "happy romantic relationship" kinda person. And in fact I never thought I could sit through Wong Kar-wai's show. I've heard so much of it being "too arty" for the mass audiences or even people telling me things such as "I've no idea what he is trying to show".
These shows made me think a little more. Even for a person like me who is in a long term relationship for the longest time. What is the most beautiful type of love? Is it one that makes you really happy because you got it or is it those that leaves a strong taste of regret because you almost had it?
Is it the idea of love and company that we liked or is it the person that you are in love with that you really like? Many movies and shows always talked about that FIRST love that you had that didn't complete. Is that your favourite "love"? If that is your "favourite" love, wouldn't that makes your currently stable relationship or marriage 2nd? Should it be that way?
We have all watched, heard or even been through one of those relationship that was almost perfect match in terms of partner but was served to you together with a bad situation. What was your solution? Did you fight to keep those relationships or did you let it go and let it slip into regrets?
I don't have an answer and neither am I seeking for one but what I am saying here is that these shows are so well done that they make me think about it. Appreciating the feeling of not having something at the end of the day and keeping those beautiful memories instead of possessing something instead of giving it a chance to burn to the ground.
Anyway, if you are as ignorant as me and have yet to catch these shows, you should really give them a go. You can erm, actually find them on Youtube too. :p I mean if you like it you can always get their DvDs and Bluray.
Besides these thoughts, the show has also very nice old songs as OST!
Anyway if you were looking out for daddy blogpost since I'm now a dad, you probably ain't gonna see much on this space anytime soon. But if you are really interested, you can check out my Dayre.
I'm not big on Dayre but if you want to read more about Daddy Smith, here you go. https://dayre.me/smithankyou