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I don’t know the outcome, but I can afford to lose

  The new work of Indian director Neti Tiwari was introduced in China, and it is the same as “Let’s Wrestle!” Different from Papa’s hard work and bloody counterattack, this “First Dream” focuses on the meaning of failure.
  Raghav failed the college entrance examination. Although he has the high IQ gene of his “student master” parents, although he studies hard for more than ten hours a day, and he has all the elements of success in the world, he still has not escaped the treacherous fate.
  In the ICU ward, father Pathak asked the child who was determined to die with tears: Why do you despise your own life? The child who received all the love and attention of his parents lost the will to live because of failure.
  My father told a story from his college days to call back another life that was crushed by “failure”.
  The Indian Institute of Technology in the film is known as the most difficult university in the world, and it also faces fierce competition after entering the university. The college’s freshman tradition isn’t science, but the two-month championship game. The film sets up two opposing camps: the “Waste Wood Alliance” in the No. 4 dormitory and the “Elite Concentration Camp” in the No. 3 dormitory. Their strengths are very different. The “Scrap League” never won a game, and they were seen as mediocre losers.
  In order to win the game, they used ridiculous “damage tricks”, passionate counterattacks, racked their brains to calculate, and confronted tenaciously and persistently. In the end, they still missed the championship.
  Raghav on the hospital bed asked with tears: You have worked so hard, but you still lost, don’t you feel regret? Father smiled and shook his head: No, never. A brave man who fails is still a brave man. Not only did they win the respect of their opponents, they also gained friendship and happiness, and they gained enduring courage from failure.
  And Raghav’s choice to give up his life also makes us think deeply. Father Pathak failed to capture Raghav’s anxiety. Pathak bought wine for the celebration in advance and prepared gifts that his son loved. He is relaxed and humorous, and he feels like a good brother to his son. He never seemed to put pressure on Raghav, but every move he made was to welcome victory.
  This is also like our parents, who always pray sincerely for their children that “everything goes well”. During the college entrance examination, in order to win a good fortune, the mothers uniformly wear cheongsam, which means “the flag is open to victory”; the fathers hold sunflowers, which means “winning the first prize in one fell swoop”. If we really believe in this, we may also turn this obsession with winning into a huge pressure for children. What if the child loses? Is there no way out?
  As the reflection presented in the film: “We have all done wrong, we always plan for him how to celebrate after success, but what if he fails? We have never provided him with weapons to overcome failure, and no one wants to mention This possibility.” We take it for granted that as long as we have the belief that we will win, we will be able to open the way. We even consciously avoid the topic of failure, which is seen as a stain on personal ability rather than a stone of character.
  In real life, failure and success are more like rounds of waning and full moons. What’s more, from the perspective of the richness of life, every failure opens a new door for us to know ourselves and the world. Learn to retreat and learn to truly face yourself.
  On the movie poster, six young people were all smiling, and they announced to everyone their attitude towards failure: Even if it is a life of failure that everyone despises, I still go all out. This is the wildness and courage of modern young people: the outcome is unknown, but I can afford to lose.

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