Cai Yizhu (Master of Japanese Studies, Department of Regional Studies, University of Tsukuba, Japan, Doctor of Literature, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences of the same university. Specializing in folklore. Currently an assistant professor of the Department of Applied Japanese at Shichi University. Drifting between academics and politics, practice and dreams, studying abroad Japan now lives in Tainan. The creed of life is "If you are born in the world, why not enjoy yourself?".
Author of "Inside and Out of Japan", "Kyoto in the Wind and Clouds", "Illustrated Japanese Theory: An Analysis of the Village Character of photo background removing Japanese Culture") "Lonely Taste" is a big seller. Of course, in addition to the film itself, the blessing of the Golden Horse Awards is even more important. But before winning the award, as a new immigrant in Tainan, I went to the cinema to watch this Chinese film, which was mainly shot in Tainan. Tainan is worthy of being the home of "Lonely Taste", and more than half of the audience still sits in the theater during non-popular times. It is true that the images of this work are so familiar to Tainan people that almost every scene in the play, we can immediately point out where it was filmed.
To be honest, when I first started watching this film, I felt like I was watching the movie version of the PTV Life Theater. Even after watching the "Blind Man Ah Qing" broadcast by the Real Life Theater, my standards for Taiwanese works are getting higher and higher - and in fact, in recent years, the standards of Taiwanese audiences are also the same, "Cape" which became popular ten years ago. No. 7", in addition to the Taiwan-Japan friendship described in the play, back then, as long as the dialogue in Taiwanese and a few words of "dry" could make a large group of young people feel "so funny", "so cute" or "so local" Kind", not so easy now. After all, for middle-aged men in their forties, this is our daily routine! There may be some kindness in the country, but where is it funny and cute, don't we usually talk like this? Like the main axis of another recent Chinese film "Classmate Manas", it is actually a portrayal of the helplessness and dry talk of middle-aged men.