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The dangerous factor about actuality is that it’s not straight captured by our senses however must be translated by science, by artwork. That the Earth will not be flat is a actuality that’s reached not by sight or drunkenness, however by science, in the identical manner that to grasp the truth that surrounds us we want fiction.

The good factor is that it offers rise to nice works that intoxicate us.

This 12 months they compete within the Goya Awards three movies that I actually preferred and that operate as shortcuts to handle the truth of sexuality. Two of them discuss feminine needthe third of the style.

In Creaturea girl suffers lack of need and itching everywhere in the physique, one thing that, we’re seeing, is a consequence of a disastrous sexual schooling in childhood and adolescence, of a whole lot of contradictory messages which have triggered brief circuits in her head: when you don't present need you might be slim, when you present it you’re a slut. How the social is weakening that interior creature, fragile and delicate, which is need.

It will not be an unprecedented matter, the fantastic Splendor within the grass We already regarded into that transportable hell, and but we really feel it’s new, a collective aj is produced, as if we had been lastly becoming a member of the corresponding dotted strains.

The similar occurs with One Love, one other prodigious movie that explores feminine need and that provokes an amazing aj after viewing it. In that ghostly city a complete catalog of poisonous masculinities unfolds: the horrible landlord, the unsociable man who gives the protagonist a job in change for intercourse: you let me enter you and I'll repair your roof, the cool neighbor with the headband, fashionable, pseudo-artist, who’s as filthy and poisonous as the remaining. She chooses the fats and impolite one, she chooses him not solely due to his leaks, however as a result of he excites her, despite the fact that she is aware of, let's all know, that it may well't finish properly. The conclusion could also be considerably pessimistic: she higher undertake a canine, however the movie reaches the core of emotion.

In 20,000 species of beesone other fantastic movie, tells the story of a boy who needs to be a lady with a lepidoptera delicacy, with ellipses that impregnate the movie with a poetic vapor and an interpretation of that lady who, as a result of she is so good, appears French.

The three movies have led me to replicate on the significance of artwork to grasp actualityof the facility of fiction to penetrate the social sphere and educate our considering extra successfully than any speak, any political debate, than many academic plans.

Maybe as a result of fiction doesn’t have to exemplify. It reveals the contradictions, the darkish elements, the monster and the angel, which typically coincide. He is aware of that nice individuals are not virtuous, not like politics, the place everybody needs to look good within the photograph. Or maybe as a result of it has a privileged software: emotion, that common language that enables us to journey to others and perceive their causes.

I don't know which of those three nice movies will win probably the most Goyas however I do know that With them, not solely the cinema wins, all of us win.