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Gone With The Wind For a start it is not a simple story line Suffice it to say that this is the film of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel of Margaret Mitchell wrote during the 1920s The core strand of the story involves the love affairs of the beautiful southern belle Scarlett OHara Vivien Leigh before during and after the Civil War Of course the climax to those affairs involves Rhett Butler Clark Gable a popular scoundrel with more genuine honor than he might care to generally admit The entire cast is magnificent and it is the characters their complex personalities and their relationships that make the film what it is This is ably borne by the remarkable plot which never wavers from its path Story between Scarlett OHara and Rhett Butler is to America what Romeo and Juliet is to England A hopelessly tragic couple Scarlett and Rhett are very much in love with each other The only problem is that it doesnt occur at the same time Rhett finds himself immediately attracted to Scarlett first for lust then for spirit and finally for love Scarlett finds herself repulsed by Rhett at first then attracted to him out of boredom then attracted to him out of convenience then attracted to him for money and then finally for love However by the time Scarlett realizes her love and emotional need for Rhett it is too late Hence the famous line Frankly my dear I dont give a damn Scarlett OHara ignorantly flirts with every man in sight trying in vain to get the attention of Ashley A man who does not fall for her flirting and does not love her After surviving the fall of Atlanta and making the As god as my witness speech she turns cold and manipulative You can actually watch Scarlett grow and change as the film progresses By the end of the movie she finally gains clarity into
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