Stephanie, Charlotte Gainsbourg’s character, is the very definition of my ideal woman. She is the most beautiful woman, inside and out, that I have ever seen. That is, her character. I’ve no idea if Charlotte Gainsbourg herself is anything like that.
In any case, that kind and warm disposition with an artistic nature, and that natural beauty balanced with a vital sense of humility and modesty, is extremely appealing to me. It may have been enhanced by the romantic prospect of a love interest across the hall, or maybe in that I am a lot like Stefane, but it is what it is, I suppose.
Do women like this exist in their middle 20s? Statistically, I’m sure they must, but how common are they? Am I judging too many people superficially? Is it worth it to take so many chances to find someone like this?
I guess this isn’t so much a question as it is a personal reflection. But feel free to leave your thoughts.
By the way, I’m asking this in the Marriage section because I presume it will attract more mature people. So it wasn’t a mistake.
The Science of Sleep is an independent film, Eerie. Try to keep up. If it’s not what you thought it was, then why did you answer?
Well, Lynn, that’s exactly it. You can only try for so long without discovering before you feel the need to ask.
I don’t get it?
My dad always told me “its never good to ask but it is good to discover” in other words he means; don’t ask but find out yourself.
on: 4th March 09