不看各种安利的我,直到开学初才看豆瓣电影首页补完道熙,后知后觉发现原来熟肉早在戛纳就被人惦记着了。
重看了人人版,遗漏错误的翻译都被修补,顺畅许多,干爹大叔也不全然是负面形象。所长最后在小院的问话把一切都道明,海边的相拥是道熙被救赎之路的开始。在孤立无援中熬过日升日落,能遇上一个知晓你最最狼狈乖僻黑暗情状却仍愿意包容接纳你的人,复何求。小孩不会把爱区分那么清晰,真心对我好保护我,我亦全心全意付出。
再说小怪物就是慢慢长大等着主人来驯养的。
剧本情节并不复杂,表达方式多了克制却也并无特别纠结之处。
所以扣字扣句扣分镜着来作评析没多大必要,就不叨叨了。
从同性题材去解读这部影片是很自然的,也算是刚好在爆/眼球点上,看b站刷一片的几个桥段就了然。
好奇拍摄初衷,去搜了影片相关信息,因为被block谷哥而受益的度娘没能提供什么可读料,于是尝试换doheeya
Cannes a girl at mydoor Bae
doona,只得到几篇英文影评或少量照片(一定是我没有掌握特殊的搜索技巧的缘故_(:qゝ∠)_)。
英文的影片介绍都没有特别提到所长的取向设定,wiki上只用了scandal,而Cannes官网更是用了misconduct。或许是因为受社会压力所迫避开/淡化,或许是不希望把重点拉偏,但我觉得更多的是导演只想讲个故事,用道熙和英南的设定更突出种种冲突。
果然在Cannes一种关注单元的访谈得到证实。
被问到电影灵感的来源,导演回答的故事让我汗极。 A long time ago I heard a
story about a cat which was loved by its owner. But when a new cat
appeared, the owner’s affection moved to the new one. The poor cat
wanted to get its owner’s love back. On one morning, as the cat owner
tried to go to work, she screamed with shock at finding a dead rat in
her shoe. The owner suspected her old cat. With anger, she beat up the
cat, thinking the cat had behaved badly on purpose. The next morning, as
she tried to wear the shoe, she was astonished again. This time, there
was a rat with its skin peeled off in her shoe.
简单来讲就是导演听过一个故事:一只失宠的喵为了重新博得主人的喜爱,贡上老鼠放在主人鞋里(这点养喵的人都懂)。主人被吓了后削了喵一顿,第二天喵贡上了被剥皮的老鼠在主人鞋里。
她说doheeya由此而来,讲的是关于两个与他人沟通不畅的人的故事。而两个角色极端境况的设定也是为了表现人与人之间建立联系之难,以及维持这种联系之难。
所以取向什么并不是导演特意选取,而是想表现因沟通不畅的孤立放在特定情境下会产生什么样的结果。单关注取向会有些过度解读,虽然道熙的一些镜头表现确实有些暧昧不明,但总体来看只是两个孤独者的相互依靠,道熙更浓烈些,而所长更淡些。毕竟,所长的设定是没有多余心力顾及他人的人,有些懦弱,受了伤就逃避。我甚至猜想,可能导演对女同群体的了解并不多,不过是比大众多些关怀、包容和尊重。仔细留意,直接谈及取向问题的角色基本都没有表现出歧视(是否接受又是另一回事),比如片中级别最高的长官、她的前辈、所里的同事,审讯小哥后来的道歉也显示了态度上的转变,仅有充当背景的路人因着窥探和不解形成了那道看不见却隔绝所长于外的压力。
影片头尾呼应,同样是雨幕中的行车,只是方向和心情都截然不同。来时日出雨止,偌大的车厢空荡荡(起初我还奇怪为什么没家当还要开这么部大车);去时夕阳已沉,家当满载,小怪物也安稳进入梦乡。有人说是雨过天晴,如果这是个哄人的故事,当然脑补‘从此以后幸福地生活在一起’后就可以微笑入眠了。可现实中,先撇开两人的关系能否平稳,所长首先就仍需要面对自己的老问题,孩子干爸出狱后会有怎样的行动更是难以预料,发配到新的地方是否又会有冲突,并非道熙监护人的所长怎样保护并伴她成长的问题也无法忽略。和上ED,全片更像是深沉沉一觉中湿嗒嗒的梦,微微光亮,辨不清前方是否是出口。
这是导演首次执导长片,入围戛纳少不了李沧东加持的缘故。导演此前曾凭借短片《影响下的男人》在第12届釜山国际电影节上获得了选材奖的殊荣,之后还拍摄了《11》、《风总是吹向有希望的地方》两部短片电影。可惜目前没看到哪有源。关于下一部作品,她提到一个受弗洛伊德作品启发,酝酿已久的故事。
Since I’ve just finished the post-production of “A Girl at My Door”, I
don’t have any specific plans about my next project. However, I have a
story which I’ve been thinking about for quite a long time. It is a
story about a girl who gets insulted by her lover. This girl is older
than ‘Dohee’. She will be a grown-up the year after, she is more like a
woman than a girl. With her broken heart, she has to make a decision.
For now, I can only tell you that the story was inspired by a piece of
writing by Freud.
主角是一个被lover侮辱的女孩,怀着伤心绝望面临抉择。年龄设定比道熙大点,17岁,正好是处于女孩和女人之间的阶段。
简单的几句话,能透露出一点点信息。依旧是不幸的、还未长成大人的女孩,或许又是孤立无援的,不然不会被insulted到心碎。她必须要做出的抉择一定与摆脱困境有关,同归于尽或是斩断,还应该会牵扯上局外人(按宋导演&编剧的掌控力1、2个核心局外人差不多了)。结果女主利用局外人或为局外人着想把自己陷入更艰难的境地。
以上脑洞。
这个insulted不知有否到虐待的程度,可还真是一如既往的泡菜重口,必须要悲惨境况的主人公才会有好故事好戏剧冲突吗。不过剧本这事,没到杀青时,再变得怎样面目全非都是常态。估摸怎么地还要再等上个2年多,那时赛纶刚好又到了适合的年纪呢(口胡!再接这种角色就要被定型了(;-_-)ノ
已经有老外的影评在说:Kim Sae-ron has developed a reputation for playing
troubled young girls and is no stranger to characters like Do-hee.
赛纶的首次主剧在播出中,搭爱豆。已经过了看校园剧的年纪,而且剧本实在太泡菜,好在人物设定就是真(sheng)善(mu)美,瞬间就被净化了呢
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)•ॢ
从大银幕到小荧幕,从边缘人物角色到玛丽苏主角(虽然不算很苏),对于演艺成长均衡还是很有裨益的。说到底观众缘、认知度是很重要的,韩剧剧本质量也在分化,还是有好本子值得参演的。还有李沧东的赏识,以后的戏路应该会不错。
裴斗娜在我脑中是和菊地凛子归在一起的,颜不算亮眼,戏路特立独行,都有和老外谈恋爱,是泡菜霓虹各自国际化发展比较好的典型。提到她直爽明朗的性格,媒体通稿都喜欢归结于是来自富二代和母亲舞台剧演员因素的影响。她对于表演的认真和热情是众所周知的。在《道熙啊》拍摄期间,她常常是不带经纪人,一个人来拍摄现场。杀青前夕,她送给导演和所有工作人员每人一本很厚的相簿,里面记录了拍摄的点滴,都是她自己在拍戏间隙抽空选取照片并设计的,感动了大家。所以虽然过程很辛苦(局里的戏和村子里的取景不在同一个岛上,要来回奔波赶戏),但剧组氛围其乐融融,看几次媒体采访/首映都是笑呵呵的。
清淡的独立电影是很容易下咽的,何况不算闷,脸和身材都好看。女性导演特有的细腻和关怀给影片熨上淡淡的暖意,不多的对白缓和了冲突的呈现,都弥补了剧本角色刻画的不足。期待导演的女性题材新作,如此温柔的视角值得一看。
————– ps 片中选取这两首歌的原因
看歌词就能懂了(大叔那首人人有字幕,道熙跳的可自搜–>hellovenus要喝茶吗)
附几则采访视频
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pps
补了帅元彬和赛纶合作的大叔,单从女孩的片段来看 怎么即视感那么重呢…
再补了乒乓球的片,怎么所长也即视了呢…
51届百想导演得了新人导演奖,赛纶所长陪跑电影部最佳女演员奖(一同提名的除了拿奖的外还有孙艺珍、申敏儿)。
是个很棒的肯定。赛纶还是很美又可爱 尤其是大猩猩坐旁边的时候ww
最新的’雪路’里能看到成长,一部一部的见证

好玩的假日发一篇好玩的文章,是我和几位小伙伴共同完成的英文故事接龙。

Every week there’s a story about a student being citing for dress code
violations that often leave some scratching their heads as to why. But
students aren’t the only ones being targeted.

© 本文版权归作者  goo-d ay.
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原文语法错误不堪入目,特发老师修改版:

A teacher was criticized for wearing this outfit. (Photo: Mojo in the
Morning via Facebook)

One day, Tom was watching TV in the room.Suddenly, he heard a strange
sound. He tried to turn off the TV, but failed.

Yes, that’s right. Teachers are now being criticized for their clothing
choices at work. On Friday, Detroit radio show Mojo in the Morning
shared a photo on Facebook of a teacher whose outfit was deemed
inappropriate by her school (the school wasn’t named). She was asked not
to dress like that for school again.

Is there anything wrong with the TV?

“Is this outfit appropriate for a 4th grade teacher? She was told not to
wear it to school again,” the post read. The photo featured a female
teacher wearing a gray fit-and-flare dress with a cowl neck that barely
showed so much as her collarbone. The dress had cap sleeves and went
down to her lower thigh. She had a black belt around the waist of the
dress with black tights underneath and over-the-knee heeled black boots.
The only skin you saw was on her arms and a bit of her neck.

In a sudden, Tom saw himself appear on the screen of the TV. He didn’t
know what had happened, and the date was yesterday.

Many who read the post could not find one thing wrong with the outfit,
though a few called attention to the teacher’s boots. Now a debate has
broken out in the comments, with more than 1,200 comments so far.

Tom was watching TV and eating chocolate. He liked chocolate. It was
delicious. But today, he felt sick of chocolate.
The first time he ate chocolate was when he was just two years old. The
taste of the chocolate was the same.

“As a math teacher I some times wear tennis/athletic shoes,” commented a
male teacher. “The stereotype of those shoes has gotten me in trouble
before, because people assumed that I was into athletics and tennis. I
once wore them with a polo shirt and khakis and everyone started
thinking I was a golfer. This is ridiculous that anyone thinks her shoes
defines her outfit in a professional setting. They are healed shoes, not
sandals, not open toe, not clown shoes, and she is teaching 4th grade.
Not overly-hormonal high school boys.”

Suddenly, he found a piece of paper in the chocolate. He took it out and
read it seriously. It said, ” help me”. Who had written this?”. He
looked around, but saw nobody. Suddenly, the window was opened by the
wind. There must be something really bad happening.

Added another: “I think she looks good even for school. What’s pathetic
is when I see teenage girls wear sluttier outfits and don’t get sent
home.” That comment, of course, set off some debate. “You find [it]
more offensive that a student dresses inappropriately than a teacher who
supposed to be setting the example? That seems silly. I think the
student should be handled as well, but the teacher should be held to a
higher standard,” one commenter replied. Another wrote: “What’s pathetic
is adult women sexualizing teenage girls.”

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