Darling is not a role model but a regular model, the Honeyglow girl with warm eyes and a calm smile, the rest of her bubbles with recklessness. She is too aimless to be someone to look up to, her ambition is ambition itself. Darling is Diana Scott. You can see how well her nickname fits in her first scene, she crosses a London road, swinging her handbag, careless and carefree and then she smiles and her face beams, radiates new light.
I recently watched Terrence Malick's latest, in film fan mode rather than professionally. The film has already set rivers of ink in motion, and it's a foolhardy venture to comment after just one viewing. I'm looking forward to the DVD already.
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