Coco Travels in Tibet – Planting the seeds of dreams in the place closest to the blue sky

Directed by director Zhang Guodong, adapted from the novel “Three Cordyceps” by writer A Lai, supervised by Lu Wei and Cao Jiuping, starring Rinchen Jiamucuo, Tashi, Juqiong Khyentse Bazan, Tashi Nyima and others in the movie “Youth” Sanji” was officially released nationwide on July 8.

This film mainly tells the story of Sangji (Rinchen Gyalmotso), a little boy who grew up on the plateau of Tibet, in order to get the encyclopedia he dreamed of. , On the way, he exchanged a piece of Cordyceps that he treasured for the researcher (Tashi
) took the encyclopedia bookcase, and got a promise from the other party to give me a brand new set of encyclopedias. In this film, Sangji bravely walks out of the mountains with his obsession with the encyclopedia, maintains his original aspirations in the adult world, faces the unknown with pure hope, and finally discovers that the world is always in front of him after going through the courageous journey. In this journey of growth. The film as a whole highlights full of human warmth and deep emotions.

In the finalized poster of the movie “Young Sanji” released not long ago, the key information of the film is highlighted in the form of close-ups of the characters. The young Sanji’s cheeks glowing with plateau red and his natural expression without too many filters are clear. The eyes reveal the pure and simple atmosphere unique to teenagers, and only half of the face is exposed, which adds some mystery to this atmosphere, just like people’s impression of Tibet is often holy and mysterious, which is fascinating. Want to dig deeper. In Sanji’s bright and twinkling eyes is his figure running in the dark, which represents that the story of the film revolves around the characters chasing their thoughts.

If you go out, the world is in front of you. If you can’t go out, you will see the world in front of you. As long as you are brave enough to be yourself, you will be successful. Director Zhang Guodong condensed the life attitude contained in the film into a paragraph as the slogan of the poster, which is not only a high-level summary of the thoughts of the film, but also a motto for every audience on the road of life. In order to get the encyclopedia in his heart, the young Sangji bravely walked out of the snow mountain alone. In the city full of unknowns, he saw a wider world and still kept his original intention of seeking books, although he failed to find books after bumping into walls everywhere in the end. , but when he returned to his homeland in the mountains, Sanji discovered that the scene in front of him was also a part of the world, and the journey he experienced was the most precious encyclopedia called growth in his life. In real life, many people go on a pilgrimage to Tibet in order to seek the answers to their lives, but often it is not Tibet that really wakes people up, but the journey itself.

Previously, “Youth Sanchi” had been screened at the Beijing and Shanghai International Film Festivals. The media and audiences from all over the world gave high praise to this film, and it was praised as a rare directorial debut with high reputation. As of now, “Young Sanji”, which has accumulated a large amount of high-quality word-of-mouth, has been scheduled to be released nationwide on July 8, providing a new opportunity for viewers who have not watched it yet.

Tibet is a spiritual holy place in the minds of many people, it is the beautiful scenery and simple ethnic customs that purify the soul under the majestic snowy land. Director Zhang Guodong, who has lived in Tibetan areas for many years, through the perspective of young Sangji, uses Cordyceps as an entry point, presents Tibet in his eyes and the unknown stories that happened, and conveys that going out to the world is just around the corner. Be brave to be your own main idea. On July 8th, in this summer vacation, let us go to the theater for a limited-time Tibet Spiritual Journey to witness the story of the young Sanji!

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