Confucius is a self-titled biographical film/motion picture or biopic of the famous Chinese Philosopher. It comprehensively told the story of Master Kong’s (Confucius is a Latinized name) life story or at least the most historically important years of his life. The film began showing Confucius being invited by the ruler of Lu, talking about his principles on governance. He spent most of his time studying and teaching, gathering a large number of students around him. He was a political leader also and was involved in many civil wars. When he encountered in a conflict with one of the masters, Confucius decided to leave his home in Lu, practically leaving his family behind to embark on a long journey on other parts of China. He was accompanied by several of his followers. They wandered throughout some nearby provinces and at various times had their lives threatened. Confucius was received with great respect by the rulers of the states he visited. He spent much of his time developing his ideas on the art of government, as well as continuing his teaching. Not all of his disciples followed him on his travel, several of them actually returned to Lu and unfortunately Confucius' time hasn't come, he was trapped various times in the midst of a war, with no food to eat, gets involved in conspiracies, and has been misunderstood by the other folks. The dying emperor of Lu invited Confucius to return home, in his own state, that he agreed upon, but he will be no longer involved in any political affairs. Much of his final years were devoted to teaching, and writing many texts and documents on his journey. His works were later compiled by his followers which are now known as “Analects” or the teachings of Confucius. The plots in the film are related to our world like relationships between humans, nations and societies.
Confucius was a teacher and scholar whose commentary on Chinese literary classics developed into a sensible philosophy for daily life. Humanity is core in...
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