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Old 07-19-2005, 05:05 AM   #21
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Great set of movies.. and the location of both is (Paris and Vienna).

I also need a third one. Would it be 'Before Midnight'? 'Before Breakfast'?

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Old 07-19-2005, 07:20 AM   #22
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omg april, YOU RULE!!

(that was seriously the sweetest thing ever.)





I think you bring up an excellent point, how stuff like this is so romantic in the movies, but if we knew someone who did this in real life the general concensus would be to look down on them. I find the story of your co-worker especially interesting.

While I love to think that he stayed and they lived happily ever after, I also know that because it's a movie and we don't get to see the after effect of that (him staying and all the fun that follws - i.e, telling his wife, etc.) that makes it all the more romantic, keeping it as the fantasy and not seeing the fallout. I guess because we see the fallout so much in real life that's what makes it lose it's luster as opposed to when we watch the movie.

Does that make sense at all?
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I think you bring up an excellent point, how stuff like this is so romantic in the movies, but if we knew someone who did this in real life the general concensus would be to look down on them. I find the story of your co-worker especially interesting.

While I love to think that he stayed and they lived happily ever after, I also know that because it's a movie and we don't get to see the after effect of that (him staying and all the fun that follws - i.e, telling his wife, etc.) that makes it all the more romantic, keeping it as the fantasy and not seeing the fallout. I guess because we see the fallout so much in real life that's what makes it lose it's luster as opposed to when we watch the movie.

Does that make sense at all?
Yes. That does make sense.
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