The films of French director Luc Besson have always had their own personal characteristics. A “Lucy” in 2014 can be said to be a perfect combination of the director’s own personality and the commercial film, creating the box office miracle of the year.
This sci-fi film with women as the protagonist tells the peculiar experience of an ordinary girl who counterattacks her life.
Lucy is an ordinary American girl with a low income and unsatisfactory life.
Her boyfriend is still a gangster in society.
Once Lucy was tricked into a hotel by her boyfriend and asked her to complete a delivery transaction for herself.
Unexpectedly, Lucy fell into the trap of a South Korean gang and became a “drug mule” helping drug cartels transport drugs.
However, during the transportation, Lucy was kicked and injured, and the drugs in his body leaked into his blood.
Unexpectedly, this particular drug is actually a new type of agent.
It promoted Lucy’s body into a superwoman with strong sense, memory and combat power.
She can freeze the enemy in front of her with her mind, and she can quickly master a subject knowledge.
As Lucy’s superpowers continued to evolve step by step, she also helped the police catch the rampant drug cartel and wipe them out.
At the end of the film, Lucy disappeared, but left a sentence: I am everywhere.
“Lucy” explored the future through the counterattack of an ordinary girl. In the tone of punishing evil and promoting good, it showed the exploration of human beings into unknown fields.
The display of the superwoman’s abilities also brought unparalleled visual effects to the film.
“Lucy” deserves to be a classic work in a commercial film.