Taking a page from the book of popular East Asian "idol dramas" that cater primarily to youth in their teens and 20s, the film features popular singers, actors, and actresses, cast regardless of any actual acting ability. With its scandalously cartoonish characters, the film would have worked better as a satirical comedy, except that the director is too sincere in his celebration of material abundance to display any sense of irony. Economic growth has exacerbated the gender gap, often reviving cultural traditions that reduce women to a sub-human status. Submit a letter to the editor or write to letters theatlantic. Whatever happened to Chairman Mao's proclamation that "women hold up half the sky? The film speaks to the male fantasy of a world of female yearnings, which revolve around men and the goods men are best equipped to deliver, whether materially or bodily.
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