作者: Sleepless on July 07, 1999 at 05:49:58:
加入以下討論: Re: 爾康的「懂得」是。。（別以為這後面是要接「紫薇的幸福」，嘿嘿！老套了不過是事實啦！） 作者是 簡妮 on July 04, 1999 at 12:08:27:
I was about to keep myself under low profile after my last appearance, but your viewpoint on Lady's article "Understanding" was so compelling that I was inspired to respond.
Apart from the Pearl Princess I & II, I also thought of a powerful drama that would best correspond to your views on the nature of loving relationships between spouses, friends, and lovers. Of course, it has be to the movie "Good Will Hunting", starring Robin Williams, Matt Damon, and Ben Affleck. The backdrop of the movie is in Boston, and perhaps you already know that Four Seasons lives there, which makes this movie all the more endearing to me.
In that movie, the psychology professor's love toward his deceased wife profoundly moved me. To my surprise and consternation, the depth of his affections parallels that of the leading characters in Pearl Princess. I was quite touched by the understanding the professor and his wife developed with each other's idiosyncrasies and peccadilloes. He said that people call those imperfections, but instead "those imperfections" are little things that only two of them share, and those are the things that he missed the most. Certainly, he and his wife cherished each other in such an intimate way that the bonding is there to last forever.
I was moved to tears by the psychology professor's genuine efforts to confront and solve Will's problems. They made me feel like I was deeply involved and attaached in their interactions and revelations. The unselfish friendship between Will and Will's best friend as well as the struggle of love between Will and Will's girlfriend are nonetheless poignant. In the end, Will left the psychology professor a note saying that he couldn't take the new job offer because he needed to see about a girl. At that point, I couln't help but thinking about Zhoe Jie's situation, when he adamantly fled Taiwan a couple of months ago, with the realization of great disappointment to his fans and possible harm to his budding career, to see about his girl in China. I believe at then Zhoe Jie had the same realization: Grasp this once in a life time hard-found relationship.
The values I learnded from Pearl Princess, Good Will Hunting, and your article are all of great significance to me. For they all have somewhat enhanced my understanding of the depth of human emotions and the growth of positive relationship among people. Thanks.
P.S. Your Chinese name is so beautiful that I couldn't find a proper name to address you in English. Please let me know how I should address you next time. Thanks.