Divine Love: City of Angels

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I would rather have had one breath of her hair, one kiss of her mouth, one touch of her hand, than eternity without it.

– Seth –

He is an angel. She is a surgeon. He is an immortal and the other is  human. But love e is so powerful that Seth (Nicholas Cage) gave up immortality on the chance to be with Maggie ( Meg Ryan). Seth’s freedom of choice brought him to Maggie’s world and he became every inch a human.

They were together for a while but sudden death took her from him. It was something he never expected to  happen. He was devastated. The good thing is that, though he may never regain his angelic status, he still has contact with his divine friends who comforts him in his time of grief.
At one point, his angel friend asked him, “Did you ever regret your decision? Then came this line; I would rather have had one breath of her hair, one kiss of her mouth, one touch of her hand, than eternity without it. One.
That’s true LOVE.
If someone needs to believe that true love is possible, this movie is perfect. Its general theme conveys that love conquers all that even the heavens could descend just to make a perfect love happen. This may sound so overly romantic but well – for those who have experience love and all its glory and splendor, this is all nothing but true just don’t ask me as I can’t vouch on this statement.

If you missed this beautiful film — try watching and fall in love once again.

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About enzo

A teacher by profession who makes reading as his past time. He has been addicted to facebooking until he decided to make worthy of his time by writing blogs.
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One Response to Divine Love: City of Angels

  1. j.alms says:

    amazing movie that showcases the phenomena, the language of the universe, the art of all arts: “love”.. there will be no reason for not liking this movie..

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