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The Fisher King covers the whole range of human emotions dealing with life, love, success, failure, and resolution for the choices we make. The Grand Central station scene alone is one of the greatest ever filmed. As the charachters enter the rush hour crowded rail station, director Gilliam flawlessly morphs the chaos into a beautifully choreographed Struass waltze and then back to harsh reality. The whole film, like this one great scene, presents life as a choice between the dream we want to live and the reality we choose to accept.
The Fisher King encompasses the whole range of human emotions in a broad, surreal vision of life, love, and resolution for the choices we make. The Union Station scene alone is one of the greastes ever filmed. As the characters move through the crowded rail terminal, director Gilliam flawlessly morphs the hectic rush hour commuters into an elegantly choreographed Struass waltz and suddenly back again to reality. The film, like this one great scene, is a dellicate balance between the dream we want to live and the reality we chose to accept.
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