Hello. I hate movies.
Mostly of my social medias have all the same nickname (@marikatani).
It's strange to watch this movie knowing that it's recent movie, and not a generic comedy with a generic overcoming background from the 2000s in which some generic Hollywood actor would be the main actor.
Also, this movie would be better if the Icelandic artist (played by Demi Lovato) sang some Camp Rock song.
Without a doubt, this is one of the best coming of age movies I've ever seen. Here, it is clearly shown the disastrous consequences that bullying can cause, with the adding of a lot of factors, such as discredit and negligence caused by those who should support.
But, despite seeing countless disastrous moments of bullying caused by unbearable people, watching Chen and Liu's romance develop is something that warms anyone's heart!
Also, I must say that the chaotic and rainy Chinese setting used in the film is extremely beautiful and well done, making it a very comfortable and necessary work to watch.
To be honest, I don't know how I had the strength to watch these four episodes to the end. The documentary has a very good production, but the crime itself is too shallow to make a series, maybe the documentary would be easier to digest if it was in a movie format.
Here the information is scarce, often repeating itself, making it an unattractive experience compared to other series of real crimes in the same format.