Directed by North Korean President King Jong-iI
A grand reunion party is taking place in a
spectacular living parlour that opens to a paranormal garden
view, welcoming Lady Jia's home coming visit which doesn't
occur frequently (about once in a lifetime, a price for being
a royal consort to emperor).
The boy, Lady Jia's younger brother, is doing
his homework at his spacious studio with the assistance of
his girl servants (he is actually taking a long break after
a brief study since he hates to good good study and prefers
to day day play.)
To the boy's delight, the next day is a beautiful
spring day and he is invited to an outdoor barbecue party
hosted by the supreme leader of the family, Lady Jia's grandma.
The party goners sit or stand around the red pavilion enjoying
their barbecue while watching the light entertainment.
But the boy's cousin Black Jade is like a black
horse in this extended household and prefers to hold a funeral
ceremony for fallen blossoms alone and share her poems and
tears with flowers when she buries them. She is sad and her
heart is in pain because this academic high achiever has
fallen in love with the day day play boy.
The day day play boy is now lying in a coach
placed in the front courtyard of his residence Red Chamber
after he was badly beaten by his father for being terribly
naughty. His offences include, but are not limited to, helping
an opera actor quit his job without permission and licking
lipsticks from a girl servant's lips (a bad excuse for kissing
a girl). His cousin Xue brought him some wonder drugs since
her family runs a herbal medicine store.
The boy gets married to Black Jade, as he was
so told. But when he lifted his bride's head cover, he finds
it is actually Xue, the medicine-wise girl. The family authorities
voted unanimously against Black Jade for taking the position
as the boy's wife because she doesn't seem to fit into the
family culture well and because she is not a medicine provider
but a long-term medicine consumer due to her multi-illness.
When Black Jade learned the boy married Xue,
she burned her poems and dropped tones of tears. Her heart
previous in pain is now broken. She died.
When the boy realised he has married a wrong
girl and learned that the right girl has perished, he is
totally lost, wondering what is the point for him to keep
day day studying. The lost soul decides to leave his Red
Chamber and relinquish the high resource consumption living
pattern to search for a new lifestyle model that shall be
He finds it, and becomes a Buddhist
monk, cultivating an existence that is free of emotional
turmoil and material craving thus sustainable forever.
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