21 October 2017 | songyjkop
The Village Fool in every village
Not satisfying in terms of storytelling, especially the first half. But once you've endured the first 40 dull minutes, things begin to make sense as you put the pieces together and understand how Mr. Shu becomes the village fool. You'd recognise him only if you've known true poverty and in those hopeless yet hopeful rural villages, not the "poverty" with food stamps and MaDonald's.