You would hardly find a single person in this world who doesn’t find this series hilarious. Although comedy genre itself isn’t considered to be serious art, ‘Friends’ can be called genius. Every time I watch it I mutually applaud to the directors and screenwriters who managed to create such bright and outstanding characters and make them so different and so perfectly interacting at the same time. I’ve tried to choose my favorite character, but they are too different to pick just one. My friends tell me I act a lot like Phoebe though 😉
When I have some problems in life which distress or irritate me, the first thing I usually do to solve them is to sit in front of the TV screen and watch some positive movie. Of course, this action itself is not a solution but it still it cheers me up to watch the heroes experience some personal disaster and find a way out of it eventually. In my opinion, we should watch some films with more attention and learn to use some efficient movie practices of stress-removing in real life.
If you feel dissatisfied with your personal life, and some minor yet annoying everyday troubles poison your life slow but steady, the situation may threaten you with long-lasting stress. In this case you can use the method of Amelie, the heroine of a famous French movie. Amelie finds pleasure in simple joys of life – she throws flat stones into the water, put her hand in the sack of beans to feel their rough texture…These actions may seem a bit silly, but, in fact, they are really relaxing. Everything that helps to develop your fine motor skills is said to calm you down and distract your attention from unpleasant factors so occupy your hands with some work to get rid of stress.
We all know the legendary show ‘Friends’. The pilot episode came out in 1994 and the show went off air in 2004.
All the six actors keep in touch (Monica Geller – Courteney Cox, Ross Geller – David Schwimmer, Rachel Green – Jennifer Aniston, Phoebe Buffet – Lisa Kudrow, Joey Tribbiani – Matt LeBlank, Chandler Bing – Matthew Perry). According to one of the interviews they talk at least one time a week.