The English Patient Is A Story Of Love, Fate, Misunderstanding And Healing

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Set before and during World War II, The English Patient is a story of love, fate, misunderstanding and healing. Told in a series of flashbacks. The film can best be explained by separating it into two phases. One in the past before The English Patient was burned severely and while he is being taken care of by Hana. In my opinion, The English Patient, was one the most entertaining love stories I have watched. The English Patient is the kind of movie that makes you want to interpret everything you see, that makes you keenly aware that everything can have meaning. My favorite part about the movie was how it started and finished. The way it started with the plane flying over the desert with the girl in the cockpit, dead and the way the movie finished, showing how the girl died and what led to getting in the plane. In The English Patient, the past and the present are shown throughout the movie. Set before and during World War II, The English Patient is a story of love, fate, misunderstanding. In the past, the Hungarian Noble Count Laszlo later found out to be named Almasy, is co-leader of a Royal Geographical Society archeological and surveying expedition in Egypt and Libya. Almasy and his English partner are interested in the politics happening in Europe and North Africa. During the expedition, they get help from a British couple, Geoffrey and Katherine Clifton. The not only help there moral, but they also help with finances. Almasy thinks Katherine is beautiful and falls for

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