quarta-feira, 2 de outubro de 2013

Veronika decide to die *

Hoje vi o filme "Veronika decides to die" baseado no livro de Paulo Coelho. É um drama muito psicológico e apaixonante que nos faz pensar..
E por coincidência.. banda sonora: Goldfrapp! :)
Agora ficou a imensa vontade de ler o livro!

Aqui fica um cheirinho..

"Some people always want to help others. Just so that they can feel better than they really are."

"She had always spent her life waiting for something."

"I have never been depressed, never felt great joy or sadness, atleast none that lasted."

"It seemed that noone wanted to share their inner world with strangers"

"After all she was mad too and she nolonger worried about pleasing anyone."

"She had never allowed herself to be provoked.
She needed to get back to the person she used to be, someone able to respond with irony, to pretend that insults didnt bother her because she was better than all of them.
Here I am with my days literally numbered giving importance to the remarks made by people I have never seen before."

"In adolescence she thought it was too early to choose, now in youth she was convinced it was too late to change."

"What once seemed to her as a paradise, gradually turned out into hell."

"Thats why I was crying. When I took the pills I wanted to kill someone I hated. I didnt know that other Veronikas existed inside me, Veronikas that I could love."

"The best way to avoid trouble is to share responsibility."

"A schizophrenic is a person who already has a natural tendency to absent himself from this world."

"It would be far too early for me to tell you that I love you, but since I probably wont live through the night, it would also be too late."

"Look at my face. Remember it with the eyes of your soul, so that you can reproduce it one day. If you like, that can be your starting point, but you must go back to painting.
Letting you engrave my face on your soul.
asked the God she did not believe in to take her at that very moment."

"An awareness of death encourages us to live more intensely.
Dr Igor was too excited by the results to pay much attention to minor details."