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02 Sep 2007 - 'Jiao Yi Sheng Ma Ma' airing attracts heated discussion, can family drama become 'hotter' by episode?
'Jiao Yi Sheng Ma Ma' airing attracts heated discussion, can family drama become 'hotter' by episode?
Source: Xin Wen Wan Pao
2nd Sep 2007
'Jiao Yi Sheng Ma Ma' which is being aired on East Movie channel is rising in viewing points, the family drama is spiced up with complications and suspicious murders, the storyline is intense. However, the audience opinions are not in unison.
This drama is the work of scriptwriter Wang Li Ping who has produced work such as 'Cuo Ai Yi Sheng'. The series is about a good girl and a bad girl. The bad girl have done extreme deeds, angering her grandfather until he had heart attack, she watched him dying, and even harmed her sister, harmed her true-blood mother, trapped her adoption mother and killed her loved one. The storyline is full of obstacles, has ample suspense. Sun Fei Fei changed from her previous sweet princess image and plays 'bad girl' Yuan Yuem while Michelle Ye plays innocent sister, 'Jian Xiao Dan'.
Some audiences are thoroughly addicted to this series, feeling the attraction of the storyline. Meanwhile there are some who thinks that is lacks of 'explosive' selling points, and exaggerated too much on the negative inner emotions (of Sun Fei Fei). The producer team thinks there are more and more film shooting these kind of storyline, the elongation and beating about the bush will cause audience to lose patience. Taking a look at the normal scenes, they used some unexpected relationship to appeal to audience.
Towards the opinions of others, Wang Li Ping feels that 'Jiao Yi Sheng Ma Ma' is not to pollute the female lead with evilness, the storyline put in a lot of effort to tale about their suffering causing her emotional disturbance, and gradually become evil. "Guiding hearts towards the good has always been the theme of my work. Human can't take the wrong path, do the wrong thing, love the wrong person, otherwise they will pay for it."