Minor cleavage. 9 kisses.
Two female characters become prostitutes in order to survive. Nothing is explicity stated or shown, except walking the streets looking for potential clients. Prostitution is depicted as shameful and disgraceful.


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


In the previous performance class, the teacher said that tragedy can be divided into two kinds: one is character tragedy and the other is fate tragedy.

The tragedy of fate has Oedipus King killing his father and marrying his mother, and the tragedy of character has Hamlet’s eternal question: “survival or destruction is a question. Should we silently endure the merciless blow of rough fate, or should we fight against the boundless suffering as deep as the sea and overcome it. Which is the more noble of these two choices?”

Some people say that if there were no war, there would be no tragedy of Roy and Mara. However, I think that breaking the blue bridge is a typical character tragedy.

Roy is as passionate as Mara. Mara is a ballet dancer. She is young, beautiful, outstanding and popular. Roy was a British colonel. He was tall, handsome, single-minded, well-off and in a prominent position. The two met on the Waterloo Bridge and fell in love at first sight. Mara will live a carefree life if she is with him. She is a perfect couple. Roy had to be transferred back to the front line immediately because of the war, so they couldn’t hold the wedding before Roy left. In order to go to the station to see Roy for the last time, Mara did not hesitate to miss the performance that night, and she knew that such a move would cost her job. Her friend Katie suffered the same fate for defending her.

After losing their jobs, Mara and Katie lived in distress, wandering everywhere and having nowhere to live. But when she corresponded with Roy, she said nothing about her situation. If she could confess her experience to Roy, Roy would never sit idly by and help her. However, she said that she didn’t want Roy to worry about herself whether out of self-esteem or love.

Roy sent her flowers. She would rather be hungry than return them to the florist for a full meal. She thought she was sticking to the purest love, but she didn’t even care about the life and death of her friends.

Roy wrote that he wanted his mother to meet her in London. If Mara could confess her situation to Roy’s mother at this time, she would also get Roy’s mother’s help. But while Mara was waiting to meet in the restaurant, she accidentally saw Roy’s name on the list of casualties in the newspaper. She was incoherent and confused in front of Roy’s mother, which baffled Roy’s mother. If she could tell the truth at this time, it wouldn’t make her fate so miserable. Finally, facing Mara, Roy’s mother left angrily. When Mara was seriously ill, Katie had to be reduced to a prostitute to treat Mara. Mara thought Roy was dead, so she gave up all hope and joined Katie to become a prostitute. One day when she was preparing to pick up passengers at the station, Roy came back.

Fate pulled them together again. Roy took Mara back to the manor and introduced his fiancee to all his relatives. Roy still loved Mara deeply. He was determined to marry her as his wife. Mara has a deep fear in her heart. If she is willing to fight at this time, pour out the truth to Roy and get Roy’s understanding, there is at least a 50% chance of turning over. With Roy’s love for Mara, it’s not impossible to forgive her.

However, Mara fled the manor and ran away from Roy. She wandered alone on the Waterloo Bridge. Lonely and desperate, she finally walked to the military truck.

The story of a woman’s tragic character is over.

It is a question whether it is simply distressing or painfully stupid.

Therefore, apart from the classics of soul breaking blue bridge, it can also give people a sense of vigilance. The tragedy of fate is irresistible, and the tragedy of character is even more tragic. This reminds me of many women around me. In fact, their tragedies and experiences are often caused by themselves. But I didn’t realize it.

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