She Loves You, Yeah Yeah Yeah
Through Cinema We Have Learnt How To Feel, How To Love, BUT...
If the individual can be seen as a microcosm of society, then the way we love reflects the life of society as well as the life of the individual.
Marianne says: Until we learn the art of loving, we will continue to fail humanity. If we want a permanent alteration, and not merely a behavioural modification of our society and of humanity, then we all need to change and start healing our wounds - and a place to begin this process could be by changing our language, patterns and set of values around love and desires.
Nowadays people meet and fall in love across mental and physical borders, and create new love unions, which symbolically are larger than life, politically more powerful and socially more compassionate than conservative bonding through blood lineage and social class. They not only represent hope, they are the future of humanity.
Love Obediently, Love Politically, Love Originally, because
To Be Love is to Be the Future as Love is the Birth of Co-Possibilities.
"Love isn’t simply about two people meeting and their inward-looking relationship; it is a construction, a life that is being made, no longer from the perspective of One but from the perspective of Two." ~ Alain Badiou