- 10 years agoFavorite Answer
Today I must introduce I most like the movie - "Has You Really Well" movie's content description since childhood young Wu who grows up in the metropolis in summer vacation period, because mother has the matter to process is unable to look after him, thus delivers him the countryside with the grandmother who never seeks a meeting to live together. From the very beginning, young Wu very cannot adapt to the countryside simple and honorable life style, but strange, will not speak the grandmother will let him think repugnantly, because he everywhere will oppose with the grandmother, plays willfully, is not obedient, but the grandmother que will always use the warm love to contain him, will have the patience to look after him, such day after day, he gradually has been used to the mountain life, was used to it has been together the pattern with paternal grandmother, he also started to understand that sympathized, cares about the grandmother. But day very quick, summer vacation has been going to finish, young Wu knew leaves the day is not far, therefore he starts to teach the grandmother to write, the grandmother cannot learn, he helps the grandmother to believe to write the picture to be good, good lets the grandmother is uncomfortable, may directly the letter mail out lets he come back to look after she, what is really an intimate good child. Story final, young Wu sits the bus preparation to leave, when the bus starts slowly, he has run up to the bus most behind, treated outside the window grandmother compared to “to sorry” with the sign language, really made one be affected. Looked after this movie, I think us not only to more filial parents or the elder, also simultaneously reminded we “like being probable immediate” the importance, when did not want to lose only then had regretted, all already were too at that time late.
- 10 years ago
Allow me to give you an introductio of my favorite movie---The Way Home. This movie depicts a little boy named Hsio Wu, who was brought up in the city. During one summer vacation, he was entrusted to his grandmother, whom he had
never met before due to his mother's too much tight schedule to take care of him. In the first place, being not used to the simplicity of country living along with the sense of alienation toward and the gradual grudge against his grandmother because of her being not adept at communicating, Hsio Wu turned out to be
perversely mischievous. Despite his mischiefs, his grandmother never ran out
of patience with him; instead, she treated him with warmth and love. As day
goes by, Hsio Wu not only accustomed himself to the life in the mountain and
the pattern of getting along with his grandmother but began to learn to show his own concern and consideration toward her. However, with the summer vacation coming to an end, Hsio Wu, knowing his departure was imminent, started to
teach his grandmother to read and write. He finished writing several letters,
some even in the form of pictures on behalf of his grandmother when she was incapable of writing them, all of which can be sent to inform him when she is
under the weather. At the end of the movie, sitting at the reel of the bus when
the bus was leaving, Hsio Wu made a gesture of "sorry" toward his
grandmother---what a touching scence. This movie reminds us of the
importance of being filial to our parents and relatives and the importance of the
delivery of prompt love. After all, it will be too late to regret when losing it.