It’s an essay about one film.
Yesterday, I watched a film named “my precious list.”
It was released in 2016.
The main character is a girl who is working as a proofreader of legal documents.
She is quite smart, so to speak, like a genius. She entered Harvard university when she was 14. She thinks that any relationship is not important for her. Of course, she has no friends and boyfriend. She just enjoys reading in her bed, judges people, and shows off her IQ 184.
She sees a therapist who is a friend of her father.
One day, he gave her one list saying what she should do to be happy by the end of the year.
She told him that she wasn’t unhappy and didn’t want to do that. But actually she felt unhappy.
So she tried to do things on the list doubtfully.
Finally she finished all of the thing on the list.
I think if something is changed for her, she got to permit herself to be happy and believe she’ll be happy.
I don’t know many cases, but unhappy people tend to believe they cannot get happy. If something awful happens to them, they wold say “I know that!” and believe in their wrong belief deeply.
Making your own list and doing it is a good way to notice that you can be happy anytime.
I should make my list soon.