Based on the myth of the Tower of Babel, the language seems to draw a gap, and the hearts of human beings are opposed and closed. , but also brought a glimmer of hope for world peace. In addition to the love between the heroine and the murloc, Guillermo del Toro also used a rescue operation to link the disadvantaged groups in society, including black people who were discriminated against in the context of white people, and those who were regarded by Christianity as "going against God".
Homosexuals, etc., these weak people are telemarketing list in a relatively cold and dark position in society, but in the film, they resist authoritarianism and mythology, in exchange for a heart of freedom, under the power of the Cold War, escaped from It is these marginalized groups of society who have no hesitation. In "Underwater Love", the cohesion of the disadvantaged groups has a huge indestructible power, and it is also a touch of Guillermo del Toro's tenderness to the characters.
MV5BYjAxZmQ5YzQtYTQ0MC00MThhLWE1MTEtZTU3 Photo Credit: "Underwater Love" stills With the deduction of the plot, the classic picture of film history depicted in "Underwater Love" is naturally the embrace of the heroine and the murloc in the water, freezing time and space, silent and breathless, and the connection between the audience and the characters through the screen is Emotions, after wind and rain, are eternal and immortal love fairy tales.