Recently, Stephen Chow has celebrated his 60th birthday. Many stars have sent messages to send their blessings to Stephen Chow. Although Stephen Chow has not made a film for several years, he is still a god figure in the film industry and an actor that can not be replaced in the entertainment industry. What is the practical significance of Stephen Chow’s films? Why doesn’t Stephen Chow have a successor in the entertainment industry? Xiao Bian will introduce it today.
What is the practical significance of Stephen Chow’s films
Stephen Chow’s films are not very gorgeous. His films can make everyone happy, then moved, then pondered, and then educated. Stephen Chow’s characters in his films are basically small characters who live in the marketplace. They are insignificant or even oppressed and exploited in life. Then this character has been carrying a dream, eager to turn over through his own struggle. In the process of struggle, characters will struggle desperately between survival and desire, but they will never lose their pursuit of dreams and their innocence.
Stephen Chow’s films are both realistic and idealistic. The reality is that there are many small people in life who want to realize their dreams. The ideal place is that in reality, many people can’t realize their ideals all their lives and become ordinary people who do nothing in the eyes of everyone. So the more experienced people are, the more they will like Stephen Chow’s movies.
Why does Stephen Chow have no successor
Why doesn’t Stephen Chow have a successor? This is because there are basically no protagonists of small people in the current film and television works. In the current film and television works, the male protagonists are basically people with dignity, wealth, status and status. If they are small people, they will be roast by netizens that they are not worthy of this or that. In other words, the current social class has been solidified, and many viewers are no longer willing to see the works of small people. What’s more, it’s hateful to experience the pleasure of class leap in film and television works.