One day, Chu Shun, a shameless fellow who wouldn’t mind taking off his pants when being hung, transmigrates to a parallel world and even obtains a system called [Filming Foundation]. He’s never afraid of losing money when filming a movie. What kind of experience would it be without investors?
“As a director, I’ve never cared about the box office earnings!”
As a result, Chu Shun produces “Kill Bill”, but because it’s too bloody, he obviously doesn’t get approved.
Great, ‘Kill Bill’, which has a box office earnings of US$180M on Earth, becomes a web blockbuster in the parallel world…
“I think there are three absurd things in this world. Firstly, bad people tend to live better than good people. Secondly, when you’re in trouble, your friends help you without hesitation, but when your friends are in trouble and ask you for money, you turn your back against them. Thirdly, a bunch of you people surrounding me to hear me talk about the art of movie-making,” Chu Shun says at the American Film Academy.
“The Silence of the Lambs”, “The Hunt”, “Ashes of Time”, “The Legend of 1900”, “One Step Away”, “Capharnaüm”, “Cinema Paradiso”, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
“, “Blow-Up”, and other foreign “films” are works directed by Chu Shun.