How to simply magnify and how to magnify simplicity in Sullivan’s Travels

What I feel is achieved by the end of the day is something too big, too huge to ever be contained in two hours and in the name of humanity and how it functions the writer and the director Preston Sturges’s Sullivan’s Travels does travel far, far in both the miles and time factor, to end up where it already, always, so comfortably belonged with a big grin and a “Home Sweet Home” motto that has never been earned with such hard work and through diligence that drives you insane in respect to the society that lets you, him, John L. Sullivan played snappily by Joel McCrea, breathe, simply reside and have enough opportunity and space to contribute freely keeping himself, yourself, busy before going to that long comforting sleep that we are gradually and inevitably moving towards.

Posted by:Arth

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