It is worth noting that movies are an essential part of human life. The reason lies in the fact that while watching movies people try to escape from reality and rest. Therefore, movies gain more popularity nowadays.
It is a well-known fact that there are different genres of movies and their choice depends directly on a person. Considering romantic movies, I am convinced that they will always be topical, especially for women. In such films, one can see almost all aspects of love and hatred, true devotion and insidious betrayal.
One such movies are The Way We Were directed by Sidney Pollack. The film depicts a love story between two young people who are struggling to find their place in society. They are completely different, but since opposites attract each other, the same happened in the mentioned movie. The main characters are Katie Morosky and Hubbell Gardiner. In their romance, one can observe a typical plot of romantic stories – the relations between two people who are completely different and almost have nothing in common. Katie participates actively in political life, and although she is Jewish, she pleads for justice and common truth. Hubbell is interested in sport, tries himself as a writer and nourishes hopes for trouble-free future. They fall in love and get married. Unfortunately, life swiftly changes, and they seem to lose everything they had before getting married. The outcome of the story is dramatic. When Katie gets pregnant, she finds out that Hubbell betrays her. After this occasion they divorce, Katie gives birth to a child and starts a new relationship with another man. Hubbell is busy with his new occupation as a writer and lives with his new woman (Pollack).
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