Friday, June 25, 2010

Letter's to Juliet.


Hari ini ga tahu kenapa, tiba2 pengin banget nonton....alhasil sepulang dari training di Hotel Mulia, spontan aq mengajak tetangga kamar kos ku untuk nonton Letters to Juliet. Gara2 kebandelanku pas training untuk browsing, aq sempatkan untuk membaca review film ini. Romantic movie sey....tapi ada beberapa teman yang recommend. Dari segi judul yang sangat representative,,,temptation untuk nonton semakin besar hohohooh....Berkisah tentang Seorang wanita muda asal Amerika (Amanda Seyfried) melakukan perjalanan ke kota Verona, kota tokoh Juliet dalam kisah Romeo dan Juliet, ia bergabung dengan kelompok sukarelawan yang menjawab surat-surat untuk Juliet yang mencari nasihat cinta. Setelah membalas surat yang ditulis tahun 1957 dan terinspirasi oleh penulisnya (Vanessa Redgrave), ia menuju ke Italia untuk mencari wanita yang menantikan cinta sejatinya, dan serangkaian peristiwa mempertemukan cinta mereka dengan cara yang tidak pernah mereka bayangkan sebelumnya.

Amanda Seyfried starred as an American girl on a pre-marriage “honeymoon” in Verona with her fiance (Gael Garcia Bernal), who gets drawn into writing for the Secretaries of Juliet–women who reply to the letters left to Juliet beneath “her” balcony. Sophie stumbles onto a letter from 50 years ago and feels compelled to reply, only to have the woman herself (Claire, played by Vanessa Redgrave) and her grandson Charlie (Christopher Egan, whom I know and love from NBC’s short-lived Kings and who was half the reason I was so excited about this movie) come to Verona as soon as they receive the letter. Claire had been a student there for the summer who fell in love with a boy named Lorenzo, but instead of meeting him to run away together she went back to England. Now a widow, she received Sophie’s letter and decided she wants to find Lorenzo again. Sophie, abandoned by her fiance in favor of a wine auction and various vendors he wants to use for his new restaurant, decides to accompany Claire on a road trip around Tuscany to help her find her Lorenzo.



This is the best part of this movie,
letter write by Sophie as a reply for Clair letter on 1957

"'What' and ‘if’ two words as nonthreatening
as words come. But put
them together side-by-side and they
have the power to haunt you for the
rest of your life: ‘What if?'..."

"I don't know how your story ended.
But I know that if what you felt
then was love - true love - then
it's never too late. If it was true
then it why wouldn't it be true
now? You need only the courage to
follow your heart..."

"I don't know what a love like that
feels like... a love to leave loved
ones for, a love to cross oceans
for... but I'd like to believe if I
ever felt it. I'd have the courage
to seize it. I hope you had the
courage to seize it, Claire. And if
you didn't, I hope one day that you
will."

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