Wo he wo de jia xiang (2020)

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Wo he wo de jia xiang: Directed by Hao Ning, Sicheng Chen, Chao Deng, Da-Mo Peng, Ao Shen, Zheng Xu, Fei Yan, Baimei Yu. With Bo Huang, You Ge, Wei Fan, Chao Deng. In different parts of rural China, various people explore what makes their communities unique.

“It has a sense of honesty to show the real life of normal people, and itu0026#39;s the reason why it touches me a lot. Thatu0026#39;s why I like the second story, An Alien from the Heaven the mostly, for itu0026#39;s about my hometown, and the director didnu0026#39;t try even a little to hide the dilemma to which we used to face: poverty caused by mountain landforms. To see the main character as a cyber celebrity tried his best to get rid of it is also a real reflection of how I see my hometown developing year by year. Itu0026#39;s not only about a country, but also about the people.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIn other stories, I can also find the spot in my real life, from people around me.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSo in my opinion, the biggest point of success compared with its predecessor u0026quot; My people, my countryu0026quot; is the emphasis and respect to normal people and developing regions-and also the form of comedy. Interesting performance and contagious laughing are absolutely the opposite sides against boring propaganda and pale yelling. All in all, this is the best comedy Iu0026#39;ve ever seen these years. Sometimes I laugh, but sometimes I wipe, for I see the real joy and sorrow as a normal Chinese.”


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