A new dimension of permanence and marriage is added in this film though as they open up about relationships they've been in since they last saw one another. Jesse is married and his marriage story really magnifies the construction of marriage that traps you. In Celine-
Top 5 Best Actor Performances
1) Heath Ledger (Dark Knight)
2) Dustin Hoffman (Rain Man)
3) Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting)
4) Scarlett Johansson (Marriage Story)
5) Denzel Washington (John Q)
HM *Viola Davis (Fences), Christoph Waltz (Django), Anyone in the Departed*
Cast : Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern
Director: Noah Baumbach
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is Marriage Story on netflix good? i wanna watch something with Adam Driver in it and it was the first thing to pop up so
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i recently watch “marriage story” and i have really mixed feelings about the character scarlett plays ie. nicole. all throughout the movie , you find that you’re questioning yourself on who made the bigger mistake , on whom you actually feel like sympathising with, but you don’t have much of an answer because it feels like a violation to the essence of the movie. at the very beginning, i felt like she was scaling her problems and was hell bent on a divorce over something that under normal circumstances would not be grounds for separation, it felt as though she was just stubborn and wanted to uproot her husband from the only thing he knew to live with, which was his space, and his theatre in new york ; but as you get deeper into the movie and enter the scene where she meets her lawyer- Laura Dern , you realise how deep rooted her grounds for separation really are. she felt like her opinion was always overruled by the person she is in awe of, and is married to. she feels like she makes sacrifices that her husband would not make for her if the roles were reversed. she also lived in his shadow, which was something she could tolerate up until she decided she could not. she wanted to make something of herself and did not feel like she had her husband’s support. what i think- as bad as i feel about her reasons to want to leave , she was not asked to sacrifice her life, or her career , she did it voluntarily and because she was in awe of charlie, which practically speaking is not his fault, it was a decision that she made by herself up until she realised that she didn’t want to live there anymore and expected her husband to make the same sacrifice that she did. i understand that she expected the same sacrifice but i did not feel like he was bound to do as she said just because she decided to make a sacrifice , all those years ago. there was also a point where i was heavily leaning toward charlie. not only did she take off for LA but she also took Henry, their child along. when charlie went to visit them in LA she served him with the divorce papers which forced him to stop the production of his big break in new york and find a lawyer in the city where he was served.