Like in the movies, I see you, I like you.
My heart was hit by the little boy with arrows here. Love at first sight.
Jean Gabin's introduction to Michèle Morgan is instantly an all-time favorite movie scene. He waxes philosophical on the power we grant movies to like the people we see because we're trained to grant them that because they're a main character yet we cannot grant that to most people we meet in the real world on first glance, unless there's an initial attraction. I like you, you're pretty. You're skinny, but I like you.
It's not an instant favorite scene just because he speaks of the differences between life and the movies, except when someone is…