old fashioned manga

Josue 2022-11-02 07:01:28

Although it is a 16-year-old film, the emotional portrayal of the two protagonists looks like an old-fashioned danmei manga around 2000. For example, the two are not lovers in the traditional sense or objects in an ambiguous period, but the relationship between the two There is also a deep emotional connection (such as the once super-fascinated "Loveless") (when will it end...). This looks so ageless.

First of all, I don't think this is a rotten fan. After all, Victor and Yuri are in a relationship, and they both wear engagement rings, aren't these two people in love? People like "Free" are considered to be a rotten fan for me. The vague feelings, ambiguity, and unfulfilled lovers that run through the whole play are the essence of a rotten fan. They all wear an engagement ring. It's not ambiguous! This is beautiful! BL ah! Isn't it obvious! Do you have to wake up naked in the same bed for two people to be bluff? (Now lying in a bed and hugging to sleep can't be considered BL, such as my post-00 son and his friends)

But it is understandable that it will be mistaken for a rotten fan. After all, this does not directly say that the two are in love. When Victor declared that the two of them didn't have a "wedding ring" but an "engagement ring", Yuri's reaction was to explain in a panic, "Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh LOVE HAS SO many meanings... Hierarchical...I just want to thank Victor for his help and dedication..." Victor's emotional expression has always been more direct, if he likes it, he says he likes it, if he likes it, he says he loves it, and if he wants to kiss, he will kiss him directly. (I kissed my coach in the first or second episode). On Yuri's side, both behavior and language are more roundabout, always hesitating, and seeing Victor's hand, he doesn't know where to put his hand. But Yuri's feelings are actually very obvious. There are Victor posters all over the room. They actively said that they want Victor to stay by their side, and they took the initiative to buy a pair of rings. They also want to give up their sports career for Victor's future . As spectators, we all understand that these are not things that ordinary people would do to friends or mentors, but Yuri or the filmmakers did not clearly say that it was love, so it was easy to be misunderstood as selling corrupt.

I feel that the film side is trying to express this vague feeling. Yuri himself doesn't know what his feelings are, and maybe Victor doesn't know either. When Yuri said that "love has many forms and levels", perhaps he understood that his feelings for Victor were not simply "want to marry you and stay together for a long time", nor was it his love for childhood sweethearts or childhood sweethearts. It is the love of friends, not the affection of family members who are gentle and protective. But Yuri cares about Victor very, very much, loves Victor in and out, understands and accepts Victor's imperfections, and cares very much about Victor's happiness. On Victor's side, Yuri, who was drunk and demented at the reception, hugged him and said, "Come and be my coach", showing a very surprised and happy expression. I don't think Victor was the Yuri he fell in love with at that moment, but Yuri's appearance did bring various colors and turns to Victor's life. Victor is the kind of genius who is "good enough to win the world championship without effort", but the trouble with genius is that life is always taken for granted, without turbulence. Victor has won so many times that he forgets what it's like to have the passion and excitement of competitive sports. Victor himself said that he wanted to be Yuri's coach because he didn't know how to present a performance that surprised the audience again, but I think Victor actually wanted to find a way to refill his life and figure skating. Passionate approach. However, as a figure skating genius, Victor may never be able to understand the feelings of ordinary people on his own. By being Yuri's coach, accompanying Yuri 24 hours a day and doing all-round considerations for Yuri, Victor found the meaning of life and the feelings of being an ordinary person and an ordinary figure skater. The show never said much about what Victor got from Yuri, but when Victor accompanied Yuri to the game, sitting on the coach's bench, he gradually rekindled his fighting spirit and his enthusiasm because of the wonderful performances of other athletes. The eyes looking at the ice rink are also getting hotter. Even if Yuri would never be second in the world without Victor, frankly I don't think the couple got the same thing from each other.

Although Victor is very easy to say "engagement" or make a kiss, which is traditionally what couples do, but I also think that Victor and Yuri are definitely not the love between couples in the traditional sense. Victor loves Yuri because Yuri adds so much color to his life, and Yuri's love for Victor comes from his heartfelt love for Victor's figure skating performance. It is quite different from the love in the traditional sense of "I will collide with you as soon as I see you"; but the two always believe in each other's abilities and care about each other's future as a figure skating athlete. They understand each other and support each other. Only "lovers" can do it.

Finally, I envy Yuri. When will a philosophical edition Victor help me write a paper quickly and reach the pinnacle of my life. (I went to bed, I had everything in my dreams.)

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