That Thing Called Tadhana – Movie That Make Us Want To Travel I do not own any of these photos, copied from That Thing Called Tadhana Facebook Fanpage.
Twenty-something Richard travels to Thailand and finds himself in possession of a strange map. Rumours state that it leads to a solitary beach paradise, a tropical bliss – excited and intrigued, he sets out to find it.
Of course you could never forget what we have done, but we adapt. We carry on. And me? I still believe in paradise. But now at least I’ll know it’s not some place you can look for because it’s not where you go, it’s how you feel for a moment in your life when you’re a part of something. And if you find that moment…it lasts forever.
“Richard’s monologue at the end of the film”
You realize that, in the eternity of space, there’s probably a planet out there, right…just like this one…where another you is photographing back down towards us. I mean, essentially, you are photographing yourself in a parallel universe. I mean there are infinite worlds out there, you know? Where anything you want to happen…does happen.
“Richard’s quotation when trying to seduce Françoise”
Wanna go to Spain?
Check out first this movie for you to have an Idea. 🙂
Movies that makes us want to travel.
The plot centers on two American women, Vicky (Rebecca Hall) and Cristina (Scarlett Johansson), who spend a summer in Barcelona where they meet an artist, Juan Antonio (Javier Bardem), who is attracted to both of them while still enamored of his mentally and emotionally unstable ex-wife María Elena (Penélope Cruz). The film was shot in Spain in Barcelona, Avilés and Oviedo, and was Allen’s fourth consecutive film shot outside of the United States.
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One of the saddest movie I’ve seen.
If he only knew ….
Movies That Makes Us Want To Travel.
After graduating from Emory University, top student and athlete Christopher McCandless abandons his possessions, gives his entire $24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhikes to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters that shape his life.
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Happiness only real when shared.
I read somewhere how important it is in life not necessarily to be strong… but to feel strong.
When you want something in life, you just gotta reach out and grab it.
You don’t need human relationships to be happy, God has placed it all around us.
– Christopher McCandless
Wild is an upcoming 2014 American biopic drama film directed by Jean-Marc Vallée and adapted for the screen by Nick Hornby based on the memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail written by Cheryl Strayed. The film stars Reese Witherspoon and is scheduled for a December 5, 2014 release. -wikipedia.org
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There are no special privileges awarded by American Airlines for reaching 10 million miles as depicted in the movie – this was a case of artistic license by the filmmakers. However, American (like almost all major airlines with frequent flier programs) does offer special status for reaching 1 million miles. As of 2009, it is estimated that about 400,000 frequent fliers worldwide have reached this plateau in at least one airline’s program. In addition, many airlines – American included – have special invitation-only programs for their most valued customers, usually CEOs who can direct a lot of revenue their way. Perks include faster check-in, escorts to make close connections, and in rare cases free private flights to replace canceled ones.
A large amount of the people we see fired in the film are not actors but people who were recently laid off. The filmmakers put out ads in St. Louis and Detroit posing as a documentary crew looking to document the effect of the recession. When people showed up, they were instructed to treat the camera like the person who fired them and respond as they did or use the opportunity to say what they wished they had. A way to discern who are the actors and who are the real people is that the real people do not have dialogue with George Clooney or Anna Kendrick, as they were shot separately. Jason Reitman did this intentionally, feeling that the real people would freak out Clooney and Kendrick.
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Movies That Makes Us Want To Travel.