— The Shape of Water (@shapeofwater) November 30, 2017
Unable to perceive the shape of You, I find You all around me. Your presence fills my eyes with Your love, It humbles my heart, For You are everywhere.
The most beautiful movie of 2017, maybe the most beautiful movie of all time! This movie discusses an interesting idea:
Capitalism creates desire, desire creates inequality, inequality creates discrimination, discrimination creates violence. There is no REAL victim of the system, there is only hatred.
As ironic as it can be, the movie constantly reminded us “the future is here” and the stories of the “good book.” What is the future? The green jello? The brand new technology? The bomb shelter? The recurring question fits all time and space;
Where do we really want to go?
The world of mass production needs a regime to sell all the products, what sells better than the desire of getting into a higher rank in society? When everyone set his/her eyes on the best, newest, top of the line in society, it is very easy that we forget, how “incomplete” we all once were, still are, as described in the “good book.”
The shape of water is a love story, but it’s not a romantic love story. It is a story about the forgotten love that we were all once incomplete, helpless, and lonely.