In my opinion, La La Land is exactly a simple love story, but it is touching. What attracts me most is the ending. When almost everyone expecting two characters can share their whole life together, Mia and Sebastian separate and lead their own life. The ending poses a question that worth considering, is it just a perfect outcome nice? I think the answer is not. Although Sebastian is not the person who can company Mia until the end, he is always by her side in Mia’s most tough time. To Mia, even if Sebastian is not her ‘lover’, he is still an important individual who can never be replaced. Through our whole life, we can meet all kinds of people. It is separation that makes us comprehend the meaning of ‘cherish’, and it is because everything and everyone will change sooner or later, the memories are so precious. Is it not an important thing to everyone?
As for the characters, Mia and Sebastian have their own dream. To make their dreams come true, they really pay their all mental and physical efforts and ignore those who don’t understand and laugh at them. The plot reminded me a ridiculous dream I had in my childhood. Perhaps everyone owned an unpractical dream when we were children, but little by little, we have known the cruelty of the society, and then, most of us gave up. What’s more, laughing at those minority who unwilling to give up as a matter of course. However, if you have really decided to empty all your life to accomplish that pure and laughable dream, it is not important how other people think.