Pe HBO ruleaza „The Help” chiar in aceste momente. Il revad a 6-a oara si nu ma plictisesc. Stiu deja toate frazele, toate privirile si totusi mereu descopar ceva nou.
Mi-am adus aminte de cat de mult mi-a placut cartea si cum e de o mie de ori mai buna decat filmul. Si m-am gandit sa scriu aici cateva citate, pe care le consider invataminte. Sunt bune de retinut. Te fac sa te gandesti la viata …
Aibileen Clark: After my boy died, a bitter seed was planted inside of me. And I just didn’t feel so accepting anymore.
Constantine Jefferson: Oh, you quit feelin’ sorry for yourself. Now, that’s ugly. Ugly is somethin’ that grows up inside you. It’s mean and hurtin’, like them boys. Now, you’re not one of them, is you?
Constantine Jefferson: Everyday…everyday you’re not dead in the ground and you wake up in the mornin’, you gonna have to make some decisions. Gotta ask yourself this question; am I gonna believe all them bad things them fools said about me today?
Aibileen Clark: Eighteen people died in Jackson that day. Ten white and eight black. God don’t mind to pay to color once he decide to set a tornado loose.
Aibileen Clark: I loved that baby and he loved me. That’s when I learned I could make children feel proud of themself. Alton used to be always be askin’ me how come I was black? It just ate him up. Then one time I told him it’s cause I drank too much coffee.
Skeeter’s Mother: Love and hate are two horns on the same goat, Eugenia. And you need a goat.
Aibileen Clark: Once Minny got to talkin’ about food, she likely to never stop. But when she got to talkin’ about the white ladies, it took all night!
Eugenia ‘Skeeter’ Phelan: Fryin’ chicken just tend to make you feel better about life.
Charlotte Phelan: Courage sometimes skips a generation.
Aibileen Clark: God says we need to love our enemies. That hard to do.
Ador povestea asta. M-a trecut prin plans si ras si mereu ma surprinde. Si da, pot spun, ca ma bucur ca nu am trait in epoca aceea!