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Qiu Yan est une jeune fille pleine d'esprit. Liang Yi est un duc au visage froid. Après s'être affrontés avec esprit et audace, ils vont finir par se comprendre et s'accompagner. (Source : English = DramaWiki || Traduction = Link at MyDramaList) Modifier la traduction

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  • עברית / עִבְרִית
  • Pays: China
  • Catégorie: Drama
  • Épisodes: 34
  • Diffusé: févr. 5, 2022 - mars 6, 2022
  • Diffusé Sur: Lundi, Samedi, Dimanche
  • Station de diffusion initiale: Tencent Video
  • Durée: 45 min.
  • Score: 8.0 (scored by 3,765 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #2307
  • Popularité: #1750
  • Classification du contenu: Not Yet Rated

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1 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
mars 6, 2022
34 épisodes vus sur 34
Complété 0
Globalement 10
Histoire 10
Acting/Cast 10
Musique 10
Degrés de Re-visionnage 10

Une belle histoire avec des énigmes à résoudre

J’ai toujours aimé les deux acteurs principaux, ils jouent très bien. Bridgette Qiao a joué dans « My Girlfriend » avec Timmy Xu et c’était bien joué., il y a aussi « Dream Garden » ou encore « You complete me » avec Hi Yi Tian.
Quant à Jeremy Tsui, je l’ai vu dans « The Legend of Dugu », The Legend of the Phœnix » et « Novoland : The Castle in The Sky 2 ». C’est également un bon très bon acteur, autant dans un rôle de méchant ou de gentil. Les deux lui vont bien mais je préfère gentil ^^
Ce qui est sympa dans ce drama, c’est qu’il y a de l’humour, des intrigues et des énigmes à résoudre malgré les histoires de famille. C’était très bien ficelé. Je vous le conseille vivement.

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57 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
mars 12, 2022
34 épisodes vus sur 34
Complété 35
Globalement 8.0
Histoire 8.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Musique 8.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 7.5

Fresh twists on old cliches.

At first glance, Autumn Ballad looks like just another light historical romance featuring a strong, independent heroine with 21st-century attitudes and aspirations. Yet with a chock full of fresh twists on old cliches, this manages to surprise and delight with an all too familiar tale of a lowly illegitimate daughter who finds love most unexpectedly on her quest for self-determination. This well-told story with an authentic voice is carried by Xu Zhengxi and Qiao Xin's heartfelt performances which make me invested in their characters before I even like them.

What I like most about Qiu Yan is that she is really not that nice or always that smart. Phew, what a welcome relief from the all too common suffocatingly flawless heroines. This is where notably Yu Zheng's recent, much higher budget projects fall way short by comparison despite big-name actresses. Trapped and exploited by her low birth status, Qiu Yan is the anti-Cinderella - her stepmother is her fairy godmother; she gives as good as she gets to her step-sisters and her mysterious prince leaves her a fan at the stroke of midnight. She tries for the best hand from the cards she is dealt and if she has to use a few people or step on toes along the way, so be it. She can be as harsh, selfish, and unforgiving as she is brave, capable, and loyal. She schemes, miscalculates, and makes mistakes with real consequences for herself and for others. I don't always like or agree with her but can understand her desperation and humanity.

Liang Yi is a pretty gray character which makes him my kind of male lead. Beneath his icy, civilized veneer he is a calculating, manipulative, ends-justify-the-means kind of guy with an agenda and he plays a long game. His path crosses with Qiu Yan repeatedly over the course of his investigations as head of the powerful Firewood Bureau. From the get-go, Liang Yi sees through Qiu Yan's machinations with contempt and tries to frustrate her designs on Qin Xuan. But he stops short of throwing her under the bus, perhaps in silent acknowledgment of his own utilitarian nature. When their interest align they agree to collaborate and are unflinchingly honest with each other about what's in it for them. In doing so, they also reveal the better sides of their nature and as they grow on each other, I fall for them. Qiu Yan is no damsel in distress in need of rescuing and Liang Yi can be as much cad as a knight in shining armor. They are kindred spirits and when they join forces, the sum of the parts is greater than the whole. It is inevitable that conflict and antagonism spark mutual awareness and passion. Their repartee is witty and the dialogue humorously highlights universal truths about human nature and the role of women in society. Is it too contemporary to be realistic? Probably but who cares?

This drama ought to be the gold standard for how realistic, believable relationships should be developed and portrayed. Xu Zhengxi really captures the essence of how Liang Yi's feelings for Qiu Yan evolve from dislike and distrust to grudging respect and consternation when it dawns upon him that he added to her burdens. His ironic, disbelieving expression as he comes to terms with his feelings for her kills me every time. This is by far the best-acted, anchor performance in the drama, elevated by the OTP's undeniable screen chemistry. While Qiao Xin stages a convincing, empathetic complimentary act, she falls short in her crying scenes.

The supporting characters are also mostly well-written and I particularly appreciate the balanced point of view with respect to the sibling rivalry between Qiu Min and Qiu Yan. Both Qiu Min and Qin Xuan are less thoughtfully written but despite their character flaws, they both get a pretty raw deal. The writers seem to know how to design layered and interesting characters but don't know how to finish their stories. Too many characters get outcomes (good and bad) that are underserved. There are so many gratuitous deaths I wonder whether they were running out of money.

Though far from a masterpiece of suspense and intrigue, the overarching conspiracy that loosely connects the cases moves at a fast pace and is quite well conceived and not just contrived to allow the couple to discover each other. It is a story that has enough momentum and characters with agency that the ending should write itself. Instead, with about 6 episodes to go, the writing inexplicably deviates into flashbacks, forced angst, melodrama, and excessive plot twists that culminate in a just barely satisfactory ending. If not for the sag towards the end, I would rate this production that shines in spite of its modest budget better than a very enjoyable 8/10.

This is not a fairytale but that is what makes it so much fun. It is well worth watching for the fascinating and hilarious relationship dynamics alone.

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  • Drama: Yan Yu Fu
  • Pays: Chine
  • Épisodes: 34
  • Diffusé: févr. 5, 2022 - mars 6, 2022
  • Diffusé On: Lundi, Samedi, Dimanche
  • Station de diffusion initiale: Tencent Video
  • Durée: 45 min.
  • Classification du contenu: Pas encore classifié


  • Score: 8.0 (marqué par 3,765 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #2307
  • Popularité: #1750
  • Téléspectateurs: 9,106

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