The Story of Little Loli and Wei Shuli

Mariano 2022-04-22 07:01:17

Little Loli is only 16 years old, innocent and excellent in character and study.

Wei Shuli is mature, humorous, and has a demeanor.

He took her to fancy restaurants, to classical concerts, to jazz, and to autographed books by famous authors.

She fell in love with him, decided to dedicate her first to him at the age of 17, and agreed to his marriage proposal.

He and she were both dazed. If it weren't for the fact that Shu Li was married and Xiao Loli suddenly woke up, how would this story develop?

I feel like this episode was a major failure. If they were really together...

what was life for?

A dialogue between the little loli and the teacher is thought-provoking.

Studying is so hard and boring, why? Just to get into Oxford? Went to Oxford, after graduation to work harder and boring? Now that I can go to Paris, dine in fancy restaurants, listen to concerts, and enjoy life, why study so hard and boringly? Is it for the sake of teaching Latin students as dull and boring as you are in the future?


Isn't studying and working hard at this moment to enjoy the beauty of life that will be brought to you in the future?

However, why take a long detour for something that can be obtained immediately?

I don't know if there are any shortcuts in this world.

They say no, is it just because they haven't met?

From this point of view, it is a failure to say that this strange Shu Li is married at the end of the film. Such a 180-degree turn made the film's ideological depth a lot lower. What a cliche preaching, real life should be much more than that.

Should you have fun in a timely manner, or you should try to restrain yourself, work hard to be what others want you to be, and then enjoy life?

This is what the film brought to my mind.

This reminds me of the Luo Yufeng phenomenon. Everyone loves to dream. Can't say, because she is from the country, over 16 years old, and she doesn't look good, so she has no right to dream. But people will say that she lacks self-knowledge. OK, everyone has a process of "growth education", which is his right and his life.

By the way, the little loli played by Carey Mulligan is really charming, especially when she puts up her hair and pretends to be an adult, there is an inexplicable enchantment in her innocence, and any uncle will be fascinated.

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An Education quotes

  • Jenny: If you never do anything, you never become anyone.

  • Jack: Knowing a famous author is better than becoming one. It shows you're connected.

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