- Nisam nigde nasao
da gledam ovoj film for free, popcorn nije mi dao tu opciju i izgubivsi se Ja u reklamama i nadi, ali sustina filma je opisana u tekstu ispod....
-film se ne otvoara na moja dva telefona (Apple i Samsung), ali se otvara na kucnom kompjuteru/Laptopu!
-NAPOMENA! CAKA! Meni se ukocio paly back 3 x, a otkocio sam ga time sto sam palvu horizontalnu crtu levim misem pomerio za milimetar u napred, i film se nastavio.
- Brate Borise, hvala ti za trud, ali bi mi bilo zanimljivo da nam malo
povezes realnosti filma i zivota u sadasnjem vremenu. Ostalim kolegama skrecem paznju da nista ne downlodujte/nista ne skidate/ i nista ne prihvatate od ponuda, i da eksirate-exit sve sa (x), i kada se nakon 2-3 ponude zatvore vasim x-ovima, dobicete plavo
dugme na sredini ekrana-fotografije filma, kliknite na tu desnu plavu strelicu po sred ekrnana i film ce vam poceti, uzivajte, i komentarisite. Nekada je i fikcija istekla iz realnosti, Vlada.
￼Rand's Death and Memorial Service:
next morning, a medical emergency was declared in Rand's bedroom, as Dr. Allenby prepared a CVP line, while Ben weakly requested: "No more shots. Uh. No more." The doctor provided a negative prognosis: "It's not good, Ben" - something Ben had anticipated:
"I know." The curtains were drawn in his bedroom.
Nearby on the outer mansion patio, fur-coated Eve extolled Chauncey's virility and sex appeal that had unleashed her own desires:
You uncoil my wants. Desire flows within me. And when you watch
me, my passion, it dissolves the desire. You set me free, Chauncey. And I reveal myself to myself, and I am drenched and purged.
Chauncey was called to Rand's death-bedside, where the industrialist realized the end was near, and he entrusted Eve to
Chauncey's care - his final words:
I think I'm going to surrender the horn of plenty for the horn of Gabriel. Give me your hand. Let me feel your strength. Chauncey. I hope that you'll stay here with Eve. Take care of her. She cares for you. Watch over
her. She's a delicate flower....There's so, so much left to do. I've spoken to my ̶ my associates. They're eager, very eager to meet you. Tell Eve that...
Chauncey reacted to Ben's death with an obvious truism: "I've seen this before. It happens to
old people." The doctor confirmed that he would be leaving the Rand residence in a few days, and Chauncey noted that Eve was not going to close up the house. Allenby recognized Chauncey's ("Chance's") close friendship with Eve, and then asked the film's central
and obvious secret:
Allenby: And you really are a gardener, aren't you?
Chauncey: I-I am a gardener...
Allenby: I understand. I understand?
At the memorial funeral for Rand held on the grounds of the estate, the President read quotes
from the late businessman, as six pallbearers carried Rand's coffin to its last resting place in a stone mausoleum fifty yards up a series of steps.
[Note: The place of entombment was in the shape of a pyramid with the image of a great eye at its apex
- the same symbol found on the back of the $1 dollar bill, therefore connecting Rand's financial interests with his spiritual resting place. Inscribed beneath the RAND name on the tomb was the faintly-readable quote: "LIFE IS A STATE OF MIND."]
quotes were heard (on and off-screen) during the film's final minutes:
"I have no use for those on welfare. No patience whatsoever. But if I am to be honest with myself, I must admit that they have no use for me either."
"I do not regret having
political differences with men that I respect. I do regret, however, that our philosophies kept us apart."
"I have heard the word 'Sir' more often than I have heard the word 'friend', but I suppose there are other rewards for wealth."
met with kings. During these conferences, I have suppressed bizarre thoughts that I beat him in a foot race, that I throw a ball further than he. No matter what our facades, we are all children."
"I was born into a position of extreme wealth. And I
have spent many sleepless nights thinking about extreme poverty. I've lived a lot, trembled a lot, was surrounded by little men who forgot that we
enter naked and exit naked and that no accountant can audit life in our favor."
readings, the confirmed, totally innocent idiot Chauncey had wandered away from the ceremony with his umbrella into a wooded area with snow on the ground close by to Rand's estate. While on his jaunt, Chauncey stooped down and protectively lifted a dead fallen
branch off a new green sapling, and he straightened and strengthened the plant's thin but growing trunk - winter was merging into the promising new plants of springtime. He also noticed a partially-submerged fallen dead tree (or branch) in the middle of a
pond, and began to walk toward it.
The group of pallbearers, all Washington power-brokers, whispered to each other (on- and off-camera) during their trek to the mausoleum about the current bid for the Presidency. They felt that most candidates were boring,
that the current President needed to be ousted because he was a complete failure and served only as a losing figurehead ("It would be absolute lunacy to support the President for another term"), and that the country needed to be "awakened" with some new candidate:
"Gentlemen, time is running out. We must come to a decision."
In the film's mystical, incongruous conclusion, one of the six pallbearers declared that Chauncey Gardiner would be an excellent choice - because with such a mysterious background and past
with no identifying papers, he would be free of the taint of scandal or objection: ("We don't have an inkling of his past....That could be an asset. A man's past cripples him. His background turns into a swamp and invites scrutiny. Up until this time, he hasn't
said anything that can be held against him"):
I do believe, Gentlemen, if we want to hold on to the Presidency, our one and only chance is Chauncey Gardiner.
The last line of dialogue in the film was the final quote from the late Mr. Rand, read
at the memorial funeral by the President:
When I was a boy, I was told that the Lord fashioned us from his own image. That's when I decided to manufacture mirrors. Security, tranquility, a well-deserved rest. All the aims I have pursued will soon be
realized. Life is a state of mind.
By that time, totally innocent idiot Chance-Chauncey Gardiner had blithely stepped onto the pond and literally walked on the water - not understanding or even realizing his human limitations. He tested the depth
of the water with the length of his umbrella - and then continued walking away from the camera. This final scene - with a Gainax ending - gave the film a fanciful element, and left the viewer debating, wondering about, and struggling to interpret the fable-like
story. Had the film's Fool actually become the film's Christ-like Saint? [Note: One of the film's major posters - see above - presented Chance as walking in mid-air.]
The final six words of the film, delivered by the President at the funeral, were heard
from a distance: "Life is a state of mind" - reinforcing the idea that Chance's blank tabula rasa mind and essential differences from others enabled him to perform the supernatural or impossible (as he had already been doing throughout the entire
film!). The screen turned to black.
The credits followed with various outtakes or retakes, in some versions) that seemed incongruous to the concluding mood of the film.
NAPOMENA! CAKA! Meni se ukocio paly back 3 x, a otkocio sam ga time sto sam palvu horizontalnu crtu levim misem pomerio za milimetar u napred, i film se nastavio.