Cover Both Sides

I watched “Philomena” an award winning movie the other day. There was a scene in which the main characters talked about books they read, and something crossed my mind.

It’s about how people interpret a book or a moment. They all have different perspectives.They retold it in different ways.

Just look around you whenever you met your friend who has the same craziness like you about movies. Just pay attention on how they recommend a movie or a book to you.
What are you discussing? The actors? The landscape on it? The dialogue? The technical things?
It shows you how different everyone interprets everything. People intend to tell you things that they see, things they want to see.
So that, instead of being manipulated by these prejudices, we as a logial human being, should judge everyones side of story carefully and wisely.


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