Jul 17, 2022
In Fashion Forum
I finally watched "Stand Up Hong Kong". Unexpectedly, I entered the venue with a smile and walked away crying. The reason for crying is of course related to the content, but I won't "cross the bridge" here, just talk about two words that run through the audience: hero. Du Wenze spent two hours telling how he changed from a successful movie star to a CEO of "Hong Kong Tough". He said that he was just a star without talent, not a hero, and never played a hero. I probably can't know better than him what role he played, but when he said this, I thought of Kim Jong-jung -- yes, it was Kim Jong-jung, not photo background removing Kim Jong-un. Who is Jin Zhengzhong? He is the 41st generation descendant of the exorcism dragon family. Yes, it is Du Wenze's character in "I Have a Date with a Zombie". Let's put away "I'm here for you, ATV's", because ATV in those years did have a legacy, and "Zombie" can be regarded as one of the dazzling ones. Then why does Du Wenze on stage remind me of Kim Jong-jung in the play? The reason is nothing but the fact that they all made the most humane decisions at critical moments. When Kim Jong-jung met Sadako, he was initially affected by an electric shock with a magic trick. After finally being rescued, he returned to the virtual space again because of Sadako's love for him, and even quit the dragon who wanted to recover Sadako, and then made a "Pineapple Oil Declaration", indicating that he was willing to give up everything in the world, Sadako spends the rest of her life together in a virtual space. During this process, Kim Jong-jung was not without fear—otherwise he would not find a way to escape; it was not because he did not know that this was a road that required everything—otherwise he would not reason or plead with his master Ma Xiaoling, but only at the most critical moment. , he chose to be a person who values love and righteousness, going through fire and water for a love, a deep and righteous pineapple oil, and a female ghost.