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In Vertical Ray of the Sun, there’s a nice scene where the main characters lunch in an outdoor cafe on a warm rainy day. It must be nice to work off a meal by splashing in warm puddles on the way home with no fear of catching cold:)
I love the use of analogous colors that shows off the beautiful skin of the actresses in this film.
The Scent of Green Papaya is about a young girl name Mui, who grows up as servant in household that loves and eventually adopts her. When Mui grows up she even marries a friend of the family who is a brilliant musician.
Mui had a crush on him for years, but he was engaged indefinitely to a wealthy socialite. At some point the musician throws over his playful pestering fiancee in favor of the Mui. I don’t blame him. I would prefer a spouse who can entertain his/herself with his/her own endeavors and let me work in peace as well. The first girl needed too much a attention. She’ll find a better match. Do not feel too sorry for her. She’ll cry a bit, eat some nice ice cream and her family will introduce her to another man who’s a bit less cerebral who can play with her more often.
You see, Mui knows how to entertain herself and let an artist do his work. It’s not a sexist submissive issue, it’s a compatibility issue.
Both of these films are great and make you feel like cooking and keeping a pretty house. Enjoy ^_~