Gone With The Wind 飄/亂世佳人
尺寸：108.2 x 81.5 cm ( 42.5 x 32 inches)
元旦隔天就被傳染感冒，經Mr. H身體篩選、變異後的病毒株特別強大，他本人燒個一天就沒事，但傳到體質差的我身上，就不是這規模了。又遇上庸醫 (實習生？)亂開藥，昏昏沉沉了好一段時間，期間一度振作，但熱追的韓劇《請回答1988》結尾卻男一變男八⚡，頓時心傷憤怒無法靜下心拼圖……直到過年前夕才慢慢把這幅拼完
Gone With The Wind
In December of 1939, shortly before the premiere of Gone With The Wind, author Margaret Mitchell said, “I wrote a book about old Atlanta without ever having seen it except in my mind. Now I will see the old streets of the little Atlanta I wrote about and the old houses which have been gone for 75 years and the people.It will be a strange and unbelievable experience.”
People all over America and around the world shared Margaret Mitchell’s curiosity and excitement. They had read the epic saga and imagined all those wonderful scenes she described so well. They felt that they knew Rhett Butler and Scarlett O’Hara, Mammy, Aunt Pittypat and all the rest. And now they were anxious to see if the movie could be true the vivid characterizations of the book.
Finally the moment was at hand. The klieg lights were piercing the sky over Loew’s Grand Theater in Atlanta, which was filled with an interesting mixture of Southern aristocracy and Hollywood royalty. Then the stirring music began, and the giant letters spelling out Gone With The Wind started sweeping across the screen.
Everyone was waiting for the same thing. And then there she was. Scarlett. Vivien Leigh was Scarlett. And when she said, “Fiddle-dee-dee! War, war, war! This war talk’s spoiling the fun at every party this spring! I get so bored I could scream!” everyone knew David O.Selznick had put the movie they had seen in their minds up there on the screen. And it would go on to be hailed by many as the greatest movie ever made.
今年是《Gone With The Wind》原著小說出版80週年。
目前美拼排名大概是Pomegranate >> SunsOut >Springbok > Ceaco。