There is a brief, undetailed sex scene


A woman stages a situation in order to trick another woman into believing she’d slept with her partner.
A man gets back home to find his wife with another guy. She is dressed and the man is fastening his belt.
In a scene a woman is seen with few clothes with another man with only his underpants. It’s staged that she has slept with him.
Some bare skin is seen throughout the movie. Nothing sexual is implicited.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


What is life? it depends on the liver.

The video starts with this sentence, so our film review starts with this sentence. First, let’s talk about Shali chicken’s understanding of this sentence.

When watching the movie, the subtitle Jun translated the “liver” here into “liver”, which is obviously more appropriate to the plot of the later video, but Shali chicken thought that the screenwriter used the “Pun” skillfully, “liver” is both “liver” and “life”. “What life is depends on the person who lives it.” In my understanding, this is the core point that the director wants to express in this film.

Then let’s take a closer look at several typical “living people” in the play and the social epitome they constitute, which gives this suspense drama what kind of realistic irony.

No.1 Akash – pretending to be blind to seek musical inspiration, but eventually becoming truly morally blind

Akash broke the glass and turned to talk to Simi

When I watched the first movie, I once thought that when the male owner and the widow Simi were locked in the warehouse and helped each other find the exit, he turned back and said, “Mrs. Sanha, would you like to go to the police station with me”, it was an arc moment of others. After that, he gave up revenge and even kindly begged the doctor for the evil woman. Finally, he was blessed by God and miraculously saved by a rabbit. This is the usual ending of our ordinary films, but in this video, our director is not so romantic about human nature.

What is the real outcome? This remains to be discussed. But after watching and thinking over and over again, I at least feel that what we thought of as happy ending is actually like the surface of a lie. It seems reasonable, but it is full of loopholes.

First: at the end of the process, the director observed the picture of the first time the doctor’s car drove over a big tree shaped like a liver. After the doctor finished “what is life? It depends on the life.” After this crucial line, the hero fell into silence for a long time.

The truck coming from afar became a sign of silence

In order to highlight the silence at the moment, the director specially arranged a car of people similar to labor to pass through the right window. There was a bustling voice outside the window, which seemed to mark this critical moment of silence. Then, the car drove past the big tree and drove away. Think about the playback. The silence at this moment is no stranger. When Akash faced the forged witness statement of the police station, he struggled, but he was silent; When he saw Simi kill the headmaster’s old lady, he stood alone in a corner and was silent in front of the crowd; At this moment, under the temptation of money and fuming, similarly, he chose silence. His life will always bury the truth, pretend to turn a blind eye and continue to live like a blind man.

He listened quietly to the fictional statement, even if he was struggling

Second: the overall structure of the video is very clear. At the beginning, the director specially added the “long story, coffee?” Such a background sound brings out a surreal scene of farmers beating rabbits as the beginning. Then at the end, after the two met in a foreign country, the same moment reappeared, and then the hero told Sophie the unexpected magical ending. Of course, we can simply understand that this is the narrative strategy of the video flashback, but we prefer to think that the director specifically uses such a “head biting tail” design to imply to the audience that the hero is lying at the moment. In fact, the real ending, the image has told us before the man said this sentence, and the subsequent story, that is, the so-called arc of human nature, is only the appearance of the lie the man wanted Sophie to hear, not the real ending of the story. A rabbit head walking stick accidentally painted; After facing Sophie’s rhetorical question about Mrs. Sanha’s ending, the man showed a conspiracy smile; And the last scene, a kicked can, a broken lie, these details make people’s back cool.

Are many things not as simple and superficial as we think?!

“It’s a long story… Coffee…”

Third: a careful audience may be very impressed by a big tree that looks like a liver. Other scenes in the same scene have appeared at 02:00:02 and 02:04:49 at the end of the film, but the director’s treatment is very interesting.

In the first picture, the doctor’s car didn’t stop under the tree, but went straight away, as if we saw that Simi was sent on the plane by the hero and the doctor and became a liver transplant to save the rich daughter. Of course, we can’t help but think about it. Maybe the hero also took off Simi’s cornea and recovered his eyesight, or he got a huge reward and went to Europe after corneal transplantation elsewhere. In short, in the face of injustice, the hero still acquiesced and chose to turn a blind eye again.

In the second picture, the hero repeats the scene to Sophie. We saw the reversal. The car stopped by the tree because of the movement in the trunk. The doctor got off to check and planned to anesthetize Simi again. Instead, Simi was seriously injured and fell on the road. So that all the endings behind changed. The male Lord was almost killed in the street by the cruel Simi, but was saved by a magical blind rabbit. Simi was also rewarded and burned to death in the car.

Surrealist rabbit

Comparing these two pictures, we can’t help lamenting the director’s hard work. The same scene, at the same time, is separated by a seemingly useless Mary Sue bridge section, but it has achieved a strange viewing effect. It not only forms a closed loop visually, but also gives the video great plot reversal and audience imagination space.

Fourth: if you still think that the man’s belly black is the villain of Shali chicken, please ask yourself a few questions: 1. How did a blind rabbit chased by a hunter accurately hit a high-speed car, and how did he escape from the scene safely after smashing the car’s windshield?

The rabbit escaped unharmed after being hit by a car

2. How did the hero, whose eyes were blinded by Simi’s poison, learn in panic that it was a rabbit who saved him, and then use the rabbit as his own protective blind stick? Is this an act of respect? Or a joke?

He recognized his crutch without hesitation

To understand these questions, I think the interpretation of such a protagonist is almost the same.

No.2 is Sophie’s appearance really just to make the film have more “love” in the label column?

Of course not, although Shali was once confused by the first 20 minutes of the film and thought he had opened an Indian romantic song and dance film that sang and danced. Even after watching the whole movie, I think the screenwriter’s writing of Sophie’s character line is superfluous and chicken ribs. Until after the second painting of the film, I had a question, which helped me interpret Sophie. Why did the screenwriter design such a line for Sophie at the end of the story: “she killed so many people. You should listen to the doctor and take off her eyes”. This line seems insignificant, but it is crucial to think about it. It gives Sophie a three-dimensional portrait.

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