Eternal Sunshine: The Secret Symbolism Of Clementine’s Hair

What is it?

The YouTube channel ScreenPrism (The Take) had a great film analysis video about the 2004 movie Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind called Eternal Sunshine: The Secret Symbolism Of Clementine’s Hair:

Eternal Sunshine: The Secret Symbolism Of Clementine’s Hair

What is it about?

This is how The Take describes this video:

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(With the support of Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union) | To understand Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (starring Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet), look at the ever-changing hair color of Clementine.

Watch our take on what the movie is telling us through the secret symbolism of her locks.

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My Thoughts

This video pointed out something that I did not notice the two times that I watched this movie.

So their film analysis of the symbolism of the character Clementine Kruczynski’s hair colors in the movie was informative and brought back memories of some of the things that I liked about this movie.

I did not like this movie as much the second time that I watched it with my brother GC a year or two or three ago.

The first time that I watched this movie was probably over 5 years ago alone, during the night or evening, on a computer with headphones, and when I was in a contemplative mood.

This movie surprised me during the first time that I watched it.

I liked the two main characters, Joel Barish and Clementine Kruczynski, the performances of the lead actor Jim Carrey, and to me this is the best performance and role of his that I have seen so far.

I also liked the performance of the lead actress, Kate Winslet, and I liked the movie.

Furthermore, I wished that I would have seen it back when it came out in 2004.

This movie is an interesting and creative and unique romantic comedy that has science fiction and psychological drama.

If I had a list, it would probably be among my favorite romance movies or whatever you call them.

Thank you ScreenPrism (The Take) for another great video.

The end,

  • John Jr

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