Roman Polanski ~ 罗曼·波兰斯基

The Pianist is the first and only work of Roman Polanski that I have watched. I admire his directing.

But being talented does not absolve him all wrongdoings.

Having to send a talented person to jail is a very sad thing to do.

We generally equate being talented as someone who has much better abilities in judgment and self discipline. In the general perception, a talented person is able to innately judge the situation without much guidance, see what was lacking and very ably produce something that would magically redeemed the lacking.

When the existing judicial system has to pass a guilty sentence on someone deemed by majority standards to be talented or outstanding, it is also an admission that either prior labeling of “Talented” is wrong, leading to the person concerned to go through life with a higher level of stress or a seemingly infallible talented person had committed a misjudgment.

My respect for Mr Polanski would have increased more if he had faced up with his lapse of judgment squarely in the face. I know that is more likely to happen in fairytales rather than reality. The part about admit-repent-moving-on with a happily-ever-after ending, just how often does that happen in reality?

Quite a few times actually. Just a few names are Naomi Campbell, Kobe Bryant, etc.

Really, just admit, learn from it and move on.

《钢琴师》是我看过的第一部,也是唯一一部罗曼•波兰斯基的作品。我很欣赏他的导戏才华。

但是有才华并不代表一个人无罪。

必须把一个有才华、有成就的人进监狱是一件非常悲哀的事情。

一般来说,我们会把一个有才华的人定位为一个判断能力强,能很自然地就判断出一个环境缺少了什么,需要补充些什么。他不只能很快地判断出这些,他也有那野心与自律将自己想出来的补充计划成功推行开来。
当现有的法定制度必须对某个被认定是具有才华的人定罪,那是很悲哀的意见事情。这代表了或许是当初把一个才能一般的人定为才华横溢者,让他承受了过多的压力。如果不是这样,那多半就是一颗明亮耀眼的星星坠落了,一失足成千古恨。

如果波兰斯基先生能坦诚地认错并且面对应有的惩罚,那我想我会更尊敬他。我知道这种想法比较可能在童话故事中发生。那种认错后面对惩罚了永远开开心心地生活下去的结局,到底在现实生活中发生过吗?

有的,好几次。美国名模Naomi Campbell和NBA球星Kobe Bryant就是几个很好的例子。

真的,犯错了就认了,学习后继续向前走。

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