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The Boat film review: fight for survival

A work that has a special meaning, but accessible to absolutely everyone. Through the plot, we find references to Greek mythology. The name of the Aeol yacht, on which the main character appears, in the Greek means the lord of the winds and the whole air element. In the context of this film, it acts as a symbol of change. So the main character finds himself in a fog of inevitable changes, where the Yacht acts as a special tool to help acquire the necessary skills.

The film is allegorical and metaphorical in nature. The main character turns out to be one on one with unexpected “accidents” and these seemingly minor, at first glance, annoyances that happen to him lead to radical changes in his entire personality. From a careless boy, the main character turns into a wise man, for whom even the greatest difficulties now seem trifles.

At the end of the film, we see his deep and thoughtful look, which is filled with the light of a certain truth accessible only to him. Most likely, our being on this planet (Yacht) is testing us, and if you pass all difficulties with dignity, then fate will give you eternal wisdom.

When a fresh wind blows, waves appear and form a foam that dissolves in warm water. When cold winds blow, the water becomes ice and waits for a spring warm wind blows, and it again turns ice into water. Therein lies a great meaning. Do not let your views and ideas dissolve, but also do not let them freeze and turn into ice.

© Fortune, 2009

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9 points

Written by Fortune

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