A lot of Native American men are shirtless, and some of the women wear midriff-style outfits, showing abdomens and bare arms. Nothing less than what a bathing suit will cover.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


“I’d rather know you than live alone for a hundred years.”—— The original words come from the most emotional sentence John, an Englishman in Disney’s first animated film “Pocahontas”, who is not happy ed, said to the Indian princess Pocahontas. Even though Pocahontas later produced a happy ed version of “being faithful to history”, I still think the film has only one ending, and Pocahontas’s first love is John.

I like this movie and its theme song “if I never know you”. I like its screening background in 1993: at night, in New York’s Central Park, eight projectors are projected on an eight story screen, and nearly 100000 people watch open-air movies – we can see authentic love movies (whether its carrier is in the form of animation or not)! But my favorite is its later MTV, that is, the film clips are projected on several buildings with projectors at night, accompanied by the bright night scenery of New York (the world trade twin stars were still standing proudly ~), and the affectionate duet with male and female singers Although I can remake it again now, in my opinion, this is the most romantic MTV I have ever seen.

“I’d rather know you than live alone for a hundred years.” It is this sentence that makes me realize the importance of having a true love for a long and short life. In the end, John and Pocahontas didn’t get together, but they had a true love in each other’s lives, crossing countries, skin color and racial prejudice. As described in the British patient, “insurmountable National Geography and the eternity of the sanctity of love.”

I should really thank Disney animation company, which has been committed to global cultural aggression and indirectly or directly erase and weaken national cultural differences. Even though it has done the most disgusting plot, I have to say that this line invented by its screenwriter has become the first love word I learned, rather than vulgar and straightforward – “I love you.”

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