Today we are talking about a lie.
Two days ago, Yu Hua, a famous writer, made a speech at Beijing Normal University. During the question-asking stage after the speech, some students asked such a question:
As a literary consultant for the animated film "Seven Chivalrous Stories of Rainbow Cat and Blue Rabbit", why do you write the plot so cruelly?
Yu Hua answered this question as follows:
The cartoon was made by my friend. He asked me to name it and I promised it. In fact, I don't know much about the cartoon either.
When this happened, the public opinion on the Internet was in an uproar.
Some people are surprised that a famous writer like Yu Hua, who didn't want to take you with him, is also engaged in this kind of friend trade.
Others wonder that the student who asked the question, facing the writers who wrote such epoch-branded novels as "Live" and "Xu Sanguan Selling Blood", went to ask a question about animated cartoons about small animals. Is there really something beyond this cartoon that people can't forget?
The answer to this question is yes. This animated film weighs heavily in the hearts of a large number of post-90s audiences, and even after 13 years of broadcasting, there are still countless people who resent the plot of that year.