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Master Chu, a retired Chinese Tai-Chi master, moves to Westchester, New York to live with his son Alex, his American daughter-in-law Martha, and their son Jeremy. However, Martha's second novel is suffering from severe writers' block brought on by Chu's presence in the house. Alex must struggle to keep his family together as he battles an inner conflict between cultural tradition and his modern American lifestlye.Written by
When I was in class that day, I asked the students what did the "pushing hand" say? Almost all of them, including those who haven't seen "Pushing Hands", answer the collision between Chinese and Western cultures, so I wonder why it is so unified. After reading Baidu Encyclopedia, I understand! What is the "homesickness" is indeed the standard of the central idea, but there is no performance in the movie, and it is not allowed to pay for the payment.
Inserting a digression, about the very interesting thing about this film, on the day of the release of "Pusher", the box office was flat. On the same day, I won nine nominations at the Golden Horse Award, and after winning the best actor, supporting actress and special prize, the box office immediately after the next day. Big rise. It seems that we have to hear about it, only to know it. After reading the comments, we know what the movie is about?
"Pushing Hands" Virgo is often the most like the author himself, so "Pushing Hands" is very good, and the sharp parts are hidden under the gentle and popular narrative.
The whole film is staring at Lao Zhu alone, so look at "Pushing Hands" and see Lao Zhu.
Taijiquan Professor Zhuo-Taiji Pusher, in the words of Lao Zhu in the film, is: We practice the inner family, pay attention to refining the spirit, practicing the spirit, and waiting for the level of refining the spirit, it is very It's hard to practice again.
Lao Zhu is an old man who admits to lose.
I practiced pushing my hand to teach Lao Zhu at this level, but I feel that life has become utterly weak.
The loneliness and emptiness faced after retirement were all due to the reason that the son came to the United States, and the son married the wife of the foreign woman. All the pressure was passed on to his son and he could see it in the next minute.
So Lao Zhu did not accept his life and wanted to fight.
Teaching Tai Chi in Chinatown, the action after meeting Chinese Mrs. Chen is completely like a boy in first love.
Later, after the hope was shattered, Lao Zhu still refused to admit defeat and left home!
This "jailbreak" failed again. In the face of the humiliation of the restaurant owner, Lao Zhu's bloody Fang's defeat of the "enemy" still lost his cultivation.
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