In the very beginning, I’d like to clarify that the “lazy” in title is not a derogatory term.
I hate eploring the city since I’ve done that a lot before, even though NYC is big and abundant in funny events. So recently my time’s mainly wasted on movies.
I’ve watched several Sophie Marceau’s movies because her photos of young times are popular for really a long time like years on Chinese social networks. She is gorgeous in movies and those movies are almost driven by the psychological changes of hers, which is not same as American movies.
Here’s the difference I noticed after wasting so much time on movies, American movies are always logical while French movies are not very much. For instance if one died in the end of the American movie due to gastric cancer, who is not more than a supporting role, there must be some hints beforehand. If the same guy died in the end of a French movie, the director probably only set this role to make the leading actress sad, which will lead her back to the leading actor she left two days ago.
Americans prefer to make a movie more completed, more like movie. Frenches’s are more like real lives with so many unpredictable things happening. Also French movies focus on the characters’ spiritual aspect, which may cause some illogical. That’s why I call French love stories “lazy movies”, not like watching American ones, I don’t have to watch it that carefully.
(featured pictrue from: http://tieba.baidu.com/p/1411677860?pid=17220509637&cid=0)