After "Daming Fenghua" was launched, it caused a lot of controversy. Some Douyou mentioned that there are many parts of this drama that are not in line with historical facts, and they have a feeling of being "playful".
I have different opinions on this. The look and feel given to me in the first few episodes is quite remarkable, especially in the plot and character setting, which is very different from other costume dramas.
Although when I first watched this drama, similar doubts would arise, because "Bright Ming Fenghua" is indeed not a common type. It does not have a complete overhead history like many dramas in period costumes, nor does it have a serious drama that is completely based on history.
Da Ming Feng Hua is somewhere in between, with its own drama logic. And it is its "rareness" that makes people feel fresh in genre, and the direction of the old-fashioned "big heroine" originally envisaged is different.
The Zhu family in the play, this special royal family, has similar features to the common "monarch, father and son" royal family, and the keywords include: power checks and balances, and companions like tigers; but at the same time, its special features Lies in life and humanity.
Ming Chengzu Zhu Xi (Wang Xueyi) and Emperor Sun Zhu Zhanji (Zhu Yawen) are the "one by one" of the family. Their daily communication occasionally laughs, scolds, and occasionally faces each other cautiously. Zhu Zhanji is a lively and agile man, and is the "think tank" of his father Zhu Gaochi; while Zhu Gaochi preaches his father Zhu Xi every day, and at the same time pretends to be his second brother Zhu Gaoji, which is a model of great wisdom.
Speaking of which, Zhu's stories are often interpreted by film and television dramas, and they are no strangers to most audiences. But in previous film and television dramas, this family member seems like everyone is an "ambitionist", and even the flesh and blood will be worthy of the heart. This interpretation seems to be "positive" and "serious", but it also has a facial expression.
In contrast, "Bright Ming Fenghua" unearthed a side that broke the stereotypes, and portrayed the relationship between the monarchs, fathers, sons, grandchildren very vividly.
Just like the chicken-dog-jumping family relationship in the very popular "Everything" in the first half of the year, the so-called "Every Family Has a Difficult Scripture" has a similar role in "Bright Ming". What we see is a very lively and rigid "Zhu Family's Daily Life".