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As they race down the highway of their life, like so many other characters in so many other movies, they are forced to come to grips with themselves, find out who they really are, and ultimately take responsibility for their lives and actions. Thelma & Louise is a road movie, yes, but it's really a journey of enlightenment, a journey of self-discovery. And it begins with the incident, the hub of the wheel of action. 考えてはみたものの、英語がかなり苦手で和訳できませんでした。 よろしくお願いします。

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 1991年作のサランドン・デイビス主演の映画ですね。見ました。  「彼らが人生の公道を疾駆するにあたって、他の多くの映画の多くの登場人物がそうであるように、自分自身と向かい合わなくてはならなくなり、いったい自分たちは何なのかを見いだし、究極的には彼らの人生や行動の責任を取らなくてはならなくなる。たしかに『S&L』はロードムービー(道中もの)だが、本当はエンタメの旅であり。自己発見の旅だ。で、アクションのかなめであるあの事件から映画は始まる」  でしょうか。

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