Gone with the Wind (1939)

27 Mar

Stars: Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh

Category: Romance, War & Drama

I’ve been always told that Gone with the Wind Movie (1939) is one of the most beautiful movie of all times and has gathered a lot of Academy Awards for best actor, best actress, best director, best picture and etcetera. So one day, together with a friend and my husband watch the movie.

It’s about a story of a strong headed, unlady-like woman who would do anything based on her instinct to chase her happiness and ambitions. Not knowing that her will to be on top destroys every person that she loves especially his husband.  And she let them passed her by only to realize that they’re the most important being in her life. As the saying goes “You’ll never knew someone’s worth, until they’re gone”.

it can be applied to anyone whose being ambitious and forgets to keep feet on the ground. mmm i knew a lot of people just like her. and in the past I’m almost like her too. Good thing I have my baby, she made me realize that the world is a happy place with a real simple contentment in life. She neutered me. A good movie to watch, there’s loads of moral lesson in this movie!


Posted by on March 27, 2012 in Movies


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2 responses to “Gone with the Wind (1939)

  1. gigoid

    March 27, 2012 at 6:56 AM

    🙂 If you get a chance, read the book… it is long, but written so well, and so interestingly, that even after 800 pages, you don’t want it to end where it does…. the movie was excellent, and a good interpretation of the book, but, the book is five times better, at least, Clark Gable notwithstanding… and the lessons, and historical detail, to be learned are endlessly fascinating.. I recommend it very strongly; it makes a great winter’s project, for those long nights with little to do….. if you enjoyed the movie, the book will make you like it more….

  2. gracielouloable

    March 29, 2012 at 5:52 AM

    I would really love to read the book! My mom’s a great collector of Historical Zebra Collection and I used to lend and read those books, same stories I guess. But this Gone with the Wind story is classic, I’ll be looking for an e-book on this one!


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