The movie "The Snow Maiden" is a feature film and will be released in Europe and America in 2020. The film stars Noah Abita, Jeremy Resnais, Marie Denarno and Muriel, and is directed by Charlene Favier.
The film tells the story of a 15-year-old girl Liz. Liz is an excellent seed skier who was selected by ski coach Fred and became his key training object. Due to the lack of family care, Liz quickly relied on the coach, and the coach also tried his best to give Liz key training. Under the careful guidance of the coach, Liz's skiing skills improved by leaps and bounds, and eventually became a national champion.
Over time, however, Liz began to notice that the coach's behavior exceeded out of her imagination. Liz feels confused and at a loss as the coach's emotional and professional boundaries gradually blur. She was caught in an inner struggle, not knowing how to deal with this complicated situation. As a young girl, she needs to face the confusion and challenges of growing up, while protecting her dreams and dignity.
"Snow Maiden" reflects real life through Liz's growth story problems faced by some young people. In the process of pursuing their dreams, they may encounter various difficulties and temptations, and they need to learn to be brave and firm, and keep understanding and sticking to their hearts. The film deeply explores topics such as power, trust, and boundaries, and arouses the audience's thinking about social ethics and moral values.
At the same time, the film also shows the complexity and multifaceted nature of human beings. Even coaches with noble careers can be blinded by their own desires and headed down the wrong path. This reminds us that in real life, we must remain vigilant and rational, not blindly worship authority, learn to protect ourselves, and maintain independent thinking and judgment.