Drunk life dream death ask life

Chris 2022-07-08 20:04:26

Drunken Life and Dreams Ask Life
This movie has been looked forward to for a long time, because it is derived from a world famous book, and "Gulliver's Travels" itself is a profound and critically sharp masterpiece. What would it be like to make a movie?
I thought it was very good, and I showed it to the students. But looking at the comments, I don't think it's particularly good. I feel that the picture is rather dark, some scenes are messy, and the actors are not good enough. (The child actor is so cute, I really want to kiss him. It's a pity to see it now When he grew up, in his photos, he sighed that his time was gone, and his time was gone. He didn't have the same aesthetic charm as before.) The most important point is that the complex is not particularly amazed, and it seems that there is no bright spot in a step-by-step manner.
——In fact, this is the biggest disadvantage, but it is inevitable that the movie itself cannot be blamed. Because I have heard about Gulliver's Travels for a long time and read the book, I have no expectations for the plot. Instead, cast your gaze to: What does it perform? What is the difference or even sublimation between it and the famous novel itself?
Undoubtedly, it is no longer cute and even a little dark, but its criticality has been significantly strengthened, becoming more intuitive and profound. In terms of conception, I especially praise the film's interweaving of two lines of reality and memory, which are seamlessly integrated and transformed. Really "drunk life and dream of death", "Zhuang Shengxiao dream". For that, I have to give the movie a huge compliment.
This movie is the best adaptation of the famous book "Gulliver's Travels", and it is recommended for those who study literature to see it.

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Gulliver's Travels quotes

  • Lemuel Gulliver: All the Yahoo vices I can begin to accustom myself to once more. Except for pride. That I cannot tolerate. I see myself for what I truly am. I have lost eight years of my life... And yet, and yet, the moments I have had, the marvels I have witnessed, the wonderful truths I have seen. You see, when night falls and you close your eyes to sleep and dream, I have seen the things that you can only dream about. I have been there. I was lost at sea for a long time. But I have been there. Oh yes. All the way and back.

  • Lemuel Gulliver: Why should we not be seen as God made us?

    Dr. Bates: Because as any Christian knows, it would be immodest!

    Lemuel Gulliver: Meaning that these people would be incapable of modest behaviour if they were naked?