(This killer is not too cold)...a contest between low-level justice and high-level evil
The killer gives us the first impression that it is a negative role, but Lyon in this film is a very gentle, honest and straightforward character.
It can be said that killing is the only way of life, this often reminds people of the murderer's cruel heart, and its purpose is to make people feel sorry for it.
But Luc Besson is only using anti-visual means to give the audience another answer.
It seems ordinary Lyon, hard for people to associate with the killer, but the gun pockets on either side of his waist, the well-developed muscles in his body, and the posture he needs to exercise every day, all show the audience to the audience. The attitude the killer must have.
In order to allow Lyon to show the assassin's abilities more clearly, Luc Besson arranges the villain at the beginning of the film.
Ignorance, impulsivity, and mania all stand out in this drug lord.
But in just a few seconds, Leon had strangely broken his opponent.
But Luc Besson didn't just want to present this agile, defining role to the audience.
He wanted to show the soft side of Lyon to the audience.
The heroine will be on the stage at this time.
It was hard for anyone to imagine that a little girl from Matilda would fall in love with this middle-aged killer.
Matidal's life in the film is unhappy. Her father is a drug addict, her mother is lazy and loves to dress up, and she also has a sister who likes aerobics.
Almost all of the family members were very hostile to him, and he had to do all the dirty work alone.
Finally one day, when she was out to buy milk, tragedy struck her house.
Because his father stole the drugs, it provoked revenge from the drug lords.
At this time, Luc Besson arranged for the villain to play. Anti-sight is still used by these criminals.
It's hard for viewers to imagine that an anti-narcotics cop will become a super drug lord.
She was beautiful and beautiful, and it was hard to think of a criminal from outside.
But when he held the sprayer in one hand, he shook his head and shook his head in a crazy posture, coupled with the frantic rhythm of the Luc Besson installation.
In the blink of an eye, the fierceness of the villain had been highlighted.
Maybe Luc Besson wasn't satisfied with this, and the ending he put together made this villain character stand out even more. Matti Dar's entire family died.
Matidal came back this time, and he walked nervously from a distance. The drug lord at the door of the house looked at him, as if he was sure he was a member of the family, he would raise his gun and kill him without leaving. A living mouth is the basic tenet of a murderer.
Matidal walked through her door in tears, and she walked over to the neighbor's house.
Even though Leon was an assassin, he didn't want to be a bother. He stuck to the crack in the door, watching the outside nervously.
And the drug lord standing by the door was staring nervously at Matydal too.
This simple word was composed sharply and clearly by Luc Besson.
Almost at this time, also the most stressful and pressing moment, no one wanted Matydal to be beaten to death by the current drug lord.
Just when everyone was nervous, and when the drug lord began to suspect that he was coming from a distance, Leon opened the door.
From then on his story with Matidal began ...
As is common sense in the world, a middle-aged uncle and a strange little girl still need time to enter.
The reason why two people can be together still have the same characteristics. They are all orphans.
The boring life of a murderer wants to live with this little girl.
He gave Lyon unprecedented happiness, and over time, the two became close.
At this point, the rhythm of the story is a bit slow and flat.
Luc Besson decided to intervene in another exciting and tense plot, namely Matti Daar's revenge plan.
Ever since his relative was killed, Matti Dahl had thought of letting Professor Leon teach him some assassin skills, so that he could kill the great man.
Of course, that girl wasn't trained to be a good killer in the end. But the revenge doesn't stop.
Leon started out as the killer of Matidal, you could say he hired him.
The assassin's rule is that once you accept the employer's assignment, no matter how strong the goal is, it will not stop.
Stanfield, a police tycoon, is playing the role of a drug lord again, and Leon is not in direct conflict with him. Instead, he is ready to use legal means to solve this specter, which is another of Luc Besson's classics.
But behavior like this immediately exposed Matydal. When Stanfield learns that a little girl is still alive, he starts a massacre like crazy.
And Lyon will play a role in protecting Matidal this time,
Thrilling and exciting duels in a house.
The end of the story is the resurrection, even though the negative has died, the killer also died.
And the money that had been saved for Matidal was also lost.
The ending makes people feel sorry and sad, but it won't make people feel abnormally sick, and it will keep people thinking for a long time.
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