Disagreements in politics is inevitable to begin with. Politics is essentially polarizing and we all have our fair share of belief on almost all political matters. Handling disagreements then presupposes respect for differences of opinions and acceptance of diversity.
In this sense, Belle Douleur manages to hook audiences into its main message. Love wasn’t perfect. And sometimes, you have to have the courage to make sacrifices for the one you love. Belle Douleur was a beautiful journey, and it was, true to its title, a beautiful pain.
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