This is a long one, so I'm breaking it up into three parts. Hope you all enjoy the latest of my inspirations...Here is Part 3 of 3
The more Gil moved back and forth through time, the more I preferred his 1920's excursions. The harsh realities of his present day seemed unappetizing and bland. However losing Arianna made him realise something.
"If I ever want to write something worthwhile, I have to get rid of my illusions and that I'd be happier in the past is probably one of them..."
There were also amazing lines from the movie that really inspired the writer/artist/philosopher in me:
"No subject is terrible if the story is true, if the prose is clean and honest and if it affirms courage and grace under pressure..."
"You'll never write well if you fear dying..."
"A woman is equal to a man in courage..."
"Artists are like children..."
"The present's not satisfying because life's a little unsatisfying sometimes..."