A Love that will Last Forever
Iconic movie scenes do not come any more poignant than when Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze are at the pottery wheel as ‘Unchained Melody’ by the Righteous Brothers plays in the background. It was recently voted the most romantic film moment ever, beating off stiff competition from Leo and Kate in ‘Titanic’ and Tom and Meg in ‘You’ve Got Mail’.’ The reason why so many girls gather on the sofa to watch this classic movie time and time again is glaringly obvious-it is a tale about eternal devotion, loss and togetherness. Even in death, Sam (the character played by Swayze) just wants to protect Molly (Moore) from harm and make sure that she is safe. The plot revolves around a gruesome murder and the repercussions of this tragic event, with the moral of the story being that love can last more than a lifetime. After Sam passes away, he becomes a physical, ghost-like presence that cannot be seen or heard by anyone apart from Oda Mae Brown (Whoopi Goldberg), a con-artist who pretends to possess psychic powers. What Oda Mae does not realise is that her false claims actually hold a ring of truth to them, and she is as surprised as anyone to gain access to the spirit world. Of course, it is a case of the ‘boy who cried “Wolf”, as Molly is extremely sceptical about Oda Mae’s insistence that she can communicate with Sam, but eventually she is won over as she wants to believe that he is looking out for her.
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