Yesterday night, I watched the drama film (romance melodrama) Casablanca on the computer my dad and I built from scratch. This black-and white film was about the “unoccupied French territory” (Morocco, or more specifically Casablanca) during the Nazi invasion. Rick Blaine, who owns a nightclub in Casablanca, discovers his ex-girlfriend Ilsa is in town with her husband, Victor Laszlo who is a sought after Resistance leader, and with Germans on his tail, Ilsa knows Rick can help them out of the country.
In this film, the most significant line is “Here’s looking at you, kid.” Rick Blaine says it multiple times throughout the movie. My dad’s colleague kindly gave me a sweater that says, “Here’s looking at Euclid”, stating one of Euclid’s theorems. “Here’s looking at you kid” sounds like “Here’s looking at Euclid”, right? Thank you so much, Mr.Ku!