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I saw director Cao Baoping jokingly saying that after watching it, I felt that the men in this film all had original sins. In fact, the men in female films seem to have been playing a less glorious role. (1) The cowardly boyfriend The boyfriend seems to be a mother-in-law. My mother always said, she didn’t dare to defend her girlfriend’s position, and said when we broke up, I thought you were strong and I was weak, and the relationship would be stable. My boyfriend is a tool person. I thought that my sister’s self-differentiation started from establishing an intimate relationship with others, but I didn’t expect my sister’s intimacy to be so vulnerable. (2) The uncle’s awkwardness lies in the hotness and coldness of the uncle. Attitude, guilt towards the daughter of the ex-wife, and utilitarian thoughts towards the children of the older sister, where is the position of this uncle who is addicted to gambling? Could it be my sister’s imagination of his father? Xiao Yang’s role is still in place, but the jumpiness of the role itself makes people a little jumpy. (3) The uncle who was paralyzed When I heard the uncle who was paralyzed peeping at her sister to take a bath, I was shocked. Not even a handicapped person was let go, and even lustful people did not end well. Is the existence of uncle just to set off my aunt? Greatness, it feels a bit redundant. In fact, the burden of taking care of the disabled has already reflected the sacrifice and greatness of my aunt. I feel that the cousin’s role is also unnecessary. He is a tool person. (4) The “grow up” younger brother When the younger brother made the choice for the older sister, I was very moved, because this is not a deliberate decision, but an instinct. But when my older sister chose to keep my younger brother behind, I was surprised. As an independent adult woman, it is actually difficult to make such a choice. It can’t be decided in an instant. It is entangled hesitation and last-minute psychology. A breakthrough in the line of defense, if the independent choice made by her aunt is to continue to raise her younger brother, then the younger brother’s “growth” will be slightly hypocritical. There is also the driver who is suspected of causing the accident. Why does he feel that he will have a leg with the kindergarten teacher? The teacher said you don’t want to drink, I jumped out and thought, are kindergarten teachers so blatantly caring about their children’s parents? A family movie has the texture of a suspenseful movie. I don’t know what the director wants to lay the groundwork for? Of course, in the film, the man who ignores his wife’s life in order to give birth to the second child, and the sister’s father makes her pretend to be disabled in order to give birth to the second child. In fact, women’s films have received a lot of attention from the public in recent years. Whether it is Yao Chen’s “Send Me to the Blue Clouds” or Hao Lei’s “Spring Tide”, there are distinct characteristics of female films, and the male characters in them can also be interpreted in detail. Locally, but the male characters in the movie “Sister” are too flat and instrumental. I hope that the polishing of the scripts of female directors can also incorporate the male perspective and break the prejudice. The rise of women’s films is also the improvement of women’s status. This is a huge social progress. I look forward to seeing more and more diverse women’s films! This year’s movie will be dominated by sister Zifeng, come on girl!


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8 months ago

Seeing a lot of people complain about raising a younger brother in the end, as someone who has a younger brother, explain that the older sister raises the younger brother, not because the older sister is the older sister, but because the younger brother is the younger brother. Some people may not understand what I mean. My sister is willing to raise her younger brother, not because of the obligation required by law or the responsibility required by society, but because of emotional fetters like this movie, I will not watch it, let alone recommend it to my parents. I don’t watch it because I can deeply understand everything if I don’t watch it; I don’t show it to my parents because they always talk about the eldest sister like a mother, so if I let them watch this, They will think that this is an accusation against them, just like a lot of comments I have seen written by some people. Like that sister, I was scolded as “white-eyed wolf”. Of course, I have been scolded like this since I was a child. But I’m very fortunate that the relationship between me and my brother is pretty good. Every time I quarrel or fight with my parents, my brother can bravely protect me, think of me well, and I always treat him. The requirements are very high, but even now living in a different place, sometimes I can’t help but think of him. So, what I want to explain from a practical point of view is that the older sister brought up the younger brother in the end, instead of succumbing to the long-standing social ethics and morality. The eldest sister gave in to her mother’s request, just because he was her younger brother, just because he had feelings

8 months ago

No ending is actually the best ending! For a thousand people, there are a thousand Hamlets. Everyone has a different view of this story, so the director chose to leave the ending to the audience to decide. Some people naturally hope that their sister can resist to the end, refuse to adopt a younger brother, and return to freedom. They feel that family relationships should not become fetters, and they cannot change their life trajectory for the sake of their younger brother. But there are also people who think that blood is thicker than blood, especially when your parents are gone, your younger brother is the only person you have in this world. You should adopt your younger brother if you are in love with reason. To say that these two endings make sense, but these two endings are not necessarily the best endings! Through bit by bit, the plot tells the story of a sister who grew up under the traditional concept of patriarchal, mature and independent and eager to go to the outside world, but was suddenly disrupted by a sudden younger brother. Presumably everyone watching the drama can more or less find their familiar shadows in An Ran, and their familiar memories in the daily lives of their siblings. Therefore, for the ending, everyone must have their own ideas, so there is no need to use one or two endings to end the story! Sometimes, incompleteness is actually a kind of completeness!

8 months ago

Everyone communicates rationally. The following are all personal feelings. I think the ending is not the so-called happy ending for Voldemort. In fact, An Ran had slowly accepted his younger brother before, so when the adoptive family came to discuss with him, An Ran would beat his younger brother and asked him what he meant. The younger brother said, “I don’t want you anymore.” An Ran knew that her younger brother was looking for an adoptive family on her own initiative. She knew that her younger brother wanted her to fly and wanted her to have a life of her own. (Echoing the lyrics) In the end, An Ran went to adopt someone’s house. She packed her brother’s toys and bought a ticket to Beijing. An Ran was going to say goodbye, and she was ready. But the adopter’s request made her feel reluctant. Although she accepted the fact of adoption, she did not decide to never see her brother. Later, An Ran took his younger brother to play football, playing far, far, this scene did not seem to be real. Her last cry made me feel that it was the last farewell, not relief, not giving up, but a little sorry. She and her younger brother are affectionate, but they are about to let go again. She feels that she has left her younger brother to live alone. I am sorry for her younger brother, because she is also living with someone else’s parent, and she knows the difficulties involved. Including football alone in the rain at the end, I think it means that the younger brother has to live alone, without the older sister. I think this is why the title was renamed My Sister (with a feeling of nostalgia).

8 months ago

The protection I can give is to fly shoulder to shoulder with you, not to watch you alone and broad-“The Girl Holding the Mirror” Zhang Zifeng, my sister’s propaganda song Everyone who has heard the song knows that the movie does not adhere to the fact that my sister should sacrifice herself and give up flying Younger, raise the younger brother, let the younger brother have broad values alone. The bottom line to protect the younger brother is that the sister should also fly together. Under the dilemma, which feeling the team prefers is very obvious. I don’t know why someone should give an open mind. The ending, foresee an ending that you feel is worse, set a target and criticize it?

8 months ago

The film did not give a clear explanation, but used an open ending. Perhaps some viewers will feel that this is a shortcoming, and hope that the director will give a brighter and better ending. Perhaps, there are audiences who hope that the older sister can resist to the end and refuse to raise the younger brother. But the director did not choose any of them, but left the audience with more room for imagination and thinking. Audiences with different experiences and different values may have different feelings. Moreover, we are concerned about the plight of women and hope that women can get more equal rights. Isn’t it exactly that we want every woman to have the right to make choices freely? No matter how the sister in the film chooses, no matter how the millions of women in reality choose when facing similar situations, they should be respected and supported. Therefore, I think that for this film, the ending that does not provide answers is precisely the best ending.

8 months ago

A low Douban score can bring reality to everyone and cause discussion, which is an improvement in itself. It’s really commendable to provide a female perspective. It’s either raising a younger brother or bowing to a patriarchal society. It’s not saying that it’s an independent woman who doesn’t raise it. This matter is not so simple to judge. The real dilemma cannot be summarized with three perspectives. After listening to a little screenwriting class, under normal circumstances, the ending is given. The values ​​of the whole story will be explained in the process of telling the story, and the ending does not need to be reflected. Why do many people dislike this ending? Because there is no answer in the middle of the story, and no answer in the ending. The audience has no answer in their hearts, nor can the director and screenwriter give an answer. This question shows the contradictions and twists of reality at the alternation of the two value systems, and perhaps life has no answer at all. Is raising a younger brother a good ending? Someone must say that this is the future of kidnapping my sister with family affection. In essence, it is still the old set of value systems, requiring my sister to sacrifice herself to complete the family. Is it a good ending not to raise a younger brother? The younger brother did not choose to come into this world by himself. He also came into this world under the selfish desire of his parents. He is also innocent. Parents’ patriarchy is irresponsible, and hatred should not be transferred to younger brothers. With certain feelings, will you feel guilty because of abandonment, because I was abandoned at the beginning. It is normal that social relations that are based on blood ties are not easy to part with. The dilemma is really bad choice. In the final analysis, this tragedy was caused by the parents, which gave the sister’s unfortunate childhood, patriarchy and gave birth to a younger brother. I am not qualified to ask my sister to make any decision, whether she chooses to raise or not to raise. Life is in the hands of sisters, don’t be swayed by anyone’s words, don’t be kidnapped by other people’s values. be free! The topic of this film is really very good, and it will definitely bring more discussions. I hope that there will be less and less patriarchal patriarchalism. I hope that everyone can see the contribution of women, that women can not be kidnapped by morals, and that women can become themselves. May you all be happy~

8 months ago

I saw the second half of this movie. From the moment the protagonist went to the chess and card room to bring my brother home, I began to feel physical discomfort. When the movie just ended, there was even a strong sense of being deceived, and I felt disgusted. Afterwards, calmly thought about the source of this discomfort. Is it because she didn’t give up her younger brother resolutely? No, because the relationship between her and her younger brother and her desire for family love have been laid for a long time, and she completely ignores these emotional connections and arranges a cut-off ending with the family. There is not much pleasure except for the audience. significance. In other words, I actually didn’t want a “cool” ending. I also don’t think this plot and ending is a betrayal of the film’s female perspective. Because I can understand that the protagonist cannot abandon her younger brother, not for “supporting the younger brother”, nor for choosing to return to the traditional discourse system of “elder sister as mother”; she can’t let it go, just because it is her relatives and she cares about it. People, nothing more. It is actually discussing the theme: how to choose between “choose your life” and “inseparable emotional fetters”? This is actually a problem that many of us face. Regardless of men and women, it is also one of the problems that young people choose to stay away from home to seek better job opportunities. It’s just that the choices faced by the protagonist in the movie are more intense and have a more profound impact. In the first half of the movie, this kind of emotional bondage has not yet occurred, and her difficulty only comes from the pressure of other people around her due to traditional secular rules. The dilemma faced by the protagonist has actually gone through a process from outside to inside. When the conflict comes from the outside world, it has to do with gender-irrelevant relatives think she is a female unworthy of inheriting the house, close relatives think she should be more loving; when the conflict comes from the heart, it has nothing to do with gender-whether she is a sister or a brother, Regardless of whether the child is a younger brother or younger sister, the protagonist will be worried because of the emotional connection. So the movie as a whole will give people such a feeling: watching the first half of it seems to be discussing the situation of women, but in the end it suddenly digresses and becomes a pure family theme. Moreover, the film’s transition in dealing with this transformation is a bit rough. For example, my younger brother suddenly turns from arrogant to sensible, and even makes brown sugar ginger tea without a teacher… It gives people a sense of unreality. But the handling of these plots is at best uncoordinated and lack of integration. The source of my discomfort is mainly from bgm, filters and other aspects of presentation. When she brought her younger brother out of the chess and card room, when she bathed her younger brother, and when she ran out of the mansion with her younger brother… the whole atmosphere suddenly became inspirational, cheerful, and positive, as if conveying this A kind of message: “The entanglement for so long was to pave the way for this moment. She finally got the idea and figured it out! She finally made the right choice, and everything will be okay afterwards!” But this is not the case, her choice , It’s just a helpless move out of inner struggle when the reality is unsatisfactory. Why do you want to shoot so happy? This is totally wrong. The main creative team did shoot a lot of empathy clips from a female perspective, but they didn’t feel that they had a clear idea of ​​how the ending should end and which direction it should lead. Perhaps it is because there is no solution to this problem.

8 months ago

The ending is open. From the beginning of An Ran’s feelings for his younger brother, the drama has changed from a “no hesitation” to a dilemma, and it also ends with the ending. It feels that the ending is deliberate by the director. It is the goal to raise questions and increase the degree of discussion, but solving the problem is not the goal. The younger brother asked “Where are we going,” and the sister said “Where are we going, where can we go?” Neither said “go home” nor “just play for a while”. The unanswered answer is probably the audience’s own answer. You are willing to believe that the hostess went to Beijing and left the younger brother, then she left. And you are willing to believe that the hostess gave up Beijing and chose her younger brother, then she stayed. In the play, back and forth to send back and pick up, and then to the conversation with her aunt eating watermelon, the hostess went to the temple to beg the family’s safety, and let go of the grievances. Choosing the most important thing will eventually have to abandon the other, so it’s all life, all good. It’s just that many people are angry that their sister has given up Beijing. I don’t think it is necessary. For one thing, the choice based on the wishes of both parties is probably not called compulsion, but is based on the feelings between siblings. Secondly, although her aunt is a mirror image of An Ran, her younger brother may not be her father. An Ran’s experience is based on her grandmother’s precepts and deeds about her father’s “patriarchy”. Aunt’s tragedy is based on the moral domestication of “the eldest sister is a mother”, and An Ran is not an aunt, she has her own thoughts and never yields. So “we are two people too” right? Don’t underestimate the power of education. I think it’s better for a younger brother to be with his sister than with his parents, because fathers who are poisoned by the patriarchal ideology find it difficult to teach a son who respects women. The younger brother who is next to her sister will also understand the value of “equality and respect”. At least the younger brother’s daughter will not continue Enron’s experience. This is life, not Voldemort’s tragedy, but also a life where brothers and sisters support each other.

8 months ago

In fact, after watching this movie, I remembered another movie “Boy in Striped Pajamas” that I had seen before. I know a lot of people have watched it, but let’s briefly talk about the plot of this movie. A German boy whose father was a German military officer lived near a Nazi concentration camp. This little boy was innocent and cute, and he didn’t understand what happened in the adult world. He became friends with a Jewish boy in the concentration camp. One day, the boy changed into a concentration camp prisoner’s striped pajamas and went into the concentration camp to find his relatives with the Jewish boy. As a result, the Jews were executed in a concentrated manner. At the end of the film, the boy’s parents were blindly searching for peace in the concentration camp. Wailing. I believe that many people, including me, felt very sad after watching this movie, and felt that this little boy died in a muddle-headed manner. But when you think about it, should that Jewish boy die? The tragedy that caused this result was not a misunderstanding or an accident, but a war, but the horrific genocide of the Jews by the Nazis during World War II. And this is how I really feel about the ending of “My Sister”. It seems that because of Zhang Zifeng’s role growth experience and situation, everyone has focused on the issue of patriarchal patriarchy and the responsibilities of elders and children. However, when you think about it carefully, from the moment when the parents of this family died unexpectedly at the beginning of the movie. This movie will not, impossible, and should not have a so-called “good ending”. This has nothing to do with the patriarchy of the parents, it has nothing to do with the older sister or younger brother, and it has nothing to do with Zhang Zifeng’s inner thoughts, pursuits and concerns. Even if the parents do not favor sons, even if the role of Zhang Zifeng grew up in a happy environment full of love and care. After the death of his parents, Zhang Zifeng, as an older sister, still had to face all the problems and difficult choices he needed to face in the film. This is also the main reason why I have a bad impression of this film. I think that in the process of creating the film, the film creator deliberately directed the contradiction towards a content that has attracted public attention but has nothing to do with the plot in the film. As Gao Zan replied-the older sister is the victim of patriarchal sons, but the younger brother is not the perpetrator. Regardless of what choice my sister made in the end, when it comes to considering whether to raise a younger brother, the original attitude of the parents is really different from this issue. The patriarchy is not the main reason for this tragedy. As a man, I must admit that I cannot empathize enough with the gender discrimination faced by girls in their native families. Therefore, I will not arbitrarily express my simple views on this issue. But the existence of this kind of problem does not mean that it can explain all family injustices and family tragedies, or that it is responsible for all the results-even if it is ignorant or even sinful. the above.

8 months ago

After watching it last night, I felt that although the ending was not clearly stated, it did not feel like a happy ending. She was reluctant to sign an agreement to never meet. Pulled his brother and ran out. But when the younger brother asked her sister where we were going, she said flatly “Yes, where are we going”. I didn’t say “go to Beijing” or “go home”, but I asked “Where to go” back. I feel that this sentence is not saying where to go now, but a sigh of where to go in the future. She went to Beijing alone without knowing where to go or how to live. How can one take a child to take care of a child’s eating and drinking study? And to look at it from the perspective of sincerely treating the child, instead of taking him to Beijing to live a poor life, or to the uncle who takes him to play mahjong, or to the aunt who is only kind but unable to protect them. It is better to be cruel and hand over the child to this couple who can treat the child well, and can give the child a stable home, a prosperous life, and a proper education. So the last meeting game is just to say goodbye.

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