….a sense of anticipation, a sense of longing, a sense of hesitation, a sense of urgency driven by till-now suppressed passion…this kiss, forbidden one yet subtly intense, between Vampire and human, makes a kiss desirous…
I was told, repeatedly, by Shweta at work that the book is an indulgence for one’s imagination. I usually do not believe in Vampire-n-human’s magical journey into elevations of heart, but post watching the film, I find self now relentlessly hungry for ‘adult* romantic fantasy’ …* read woman! It may be termed as ‘meaningless’ by most, a grown up entertaining ‘fantasy based expeditions’, after having tasted life’s harsh realities. Well, I would beam, let’s not under-estimate the universe, the mother nature and all those secret dynamics of life that stay alive around us, which cant be gauged by ordinary & mundane eyes. There’s always a stream of hope, there’s always a desire to ‘lift feet up, stretch on the couch, disconnect from the world and reach some other universe where earth’s rules no longer are valid’
Twilight is a 2008 American romantic fantasy film directed by Catherine Hardwicke and based on the novel of the same name by Stephenie Meyer. The premise focuses on a teenage girl and a vampire who fall in love.