I view the movie "The Lambs of the Silence" as aromantic one, though it impresses people with its scary,detective type of story.
Hannibal loves Clarice. I believe that in the first twoepisodes of the Hannibal Series--The Lambs of theSilence and Hannibal. In both episodes the directorswant to tell people that Dr. Lecter loves Clarice, buthe insists to covey the romance in a subtle way. Thereare many scenes in this movie which are not, in any way,less touching than those of heart-breaking romanticmovies. Dr. Lecter briskly touches Clarice"s indexfinger with his when he passes the crime profile to heron their second encounter; he gazes at her eyes, withglittering excitement and passion; he talks with herlike an amiable father; he cuts his own hand afterClarice cuffed it with hers when he kisses her lips. Still more yet to find out...And the way he talks, likean erudite old man and an dmirable university professor,stirs me up.
There are intricate natures in Dr. Lecter"s character. Clarice loves him, which we can see by her sheddingtears when she cuffs Dr. Lecter as he leans over to kissher lips. Dr. Lecter seems a horrible psych for us menbut he remains charming for women. Women love such wiseand intelligent, somewhat adventurous men, don"t they? Woman are easily captured by adventures, for their lifeis usually calm and still. Women are sometims foolish,like blondes, and they get easily wheedled by womanizers.
In front of a man as charming as Dr. Lecter, they willbe swooned and melted. And they do not movally assessthe men they love. That"s the biggest danger with women.
They are easily fooled by bad men who know the skill.But, alas, a man like Dr. Lecter, who can truly resistbeing captured in his chrisma, men or women?
Clarice is first impressed by Dr. Lecter"s eyes, thepassionate, glittering eyes that seem to look into herheart. She is then arrested by his wisdom and erudition.
And when he cuts his own hand, she knows that she willnever forget this man. She is fighting hard in her heart,"Why, why, why do I have to contemplate thisquestion--to love or to leave?" Clarice cannot leave. Well, there are subtle, subconscious feelings in herheart. She loves Dr. Lecter, that"s true, but she knowsshe cannot love her, that"s also true. That"s why sheis in agony of pain.
Aren"t some of us like Clarice, knowing whom we shouldlove but tortured by the sheer fact that we cannot lovehim/her? I am yet to find out what it feels in an agonyof dilemma to choose. Apparently I have never been in aposition of such hard choice in love.
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