A princess that every woman longs for.
The movie "Enchanted" that we recommend this time is a story about a princess exiled by a witch coming from the fairy tale world to the real world.
It's not just a princess story, but hints for women living in modern society.
The stage is modern New York.
Armed with her natural kindness and brightness, Princess Giselle continues to challenge things she has never experienced in an unknown world.
She sings and dances in the middle of Central Park, and if she doesn't have a dress she likes, she makes a dress with curtains.
Gisele's actions, which are honest and straight to her own feelings, even move the feelings of those around her.
Despite being puzzled by her first feelings of anger, she takes her feelings firmly. She doesn't care what she thinks, whether she fails or is depressed.
Gisele, who treats everyone kindly and moves forward with a strong belief in his own way, is the very image of a woman that we women want to model.
And the target of Giselle is Nancy, a woman in the real world.
Nancy is an independent woman in society. She can't be honest with her feelings because she cares too much about her. She but she actually wants her love. She expresses the complex heart of such a modern woman, so many women should sympathize with her.
In many princess stories so far, princesses are chosen as princes, that is, men choose women, but in this movie, Gisele chooses men. She has a man who isn't even a prince.
And Nancy abandons her unhonest self and her career that she has built up so far, jumping out of the real world and embarking on a fairy tale world with Prince.
Two contrasting women tell us.
? Jump into the unknown world
? Try something you've never done
? Be honest with her feelings
The movie has a positive message that "she can find happiness if she is honest with her."
And one more recommended point of the movie.
A pure white dress with large puff sleeves that reminds you of the dreamy heart and playfulness that you forgot as you grew up, a colorful curtain dress that makes you feel good just by looking at it, a dress with a pedicel that makes you feel romantic. The dress with Giselle also grabs the heart of a woman.
When you are a little tired or depressed, watching this movie will naturally make you smile and make you feel positive and happy.
Finally, in the movie, the witch talks about New York
"A place where eternal happiness does not exist"
We call it "a place full of sorrow."
We who survive such a real world.
Why don't you listen to the voice of your heart while remembering the feelings you have forgotten?
That may be the shortcut to beauty.