The Dracula of the Detective Sherlock team is the most consistent version of the original.


The “Dracula” of the “Detective Sherlock” team is the most consistent version of the original.
The new work of the leading team of the explosive British drama “Detective Sherlock” “Dracula” has just been launched, a total of three episodes, on the whole is not particularly stunning but at least not tacky.Simply put, this play is about what would happen if Count Dracula came to modern London from the Victorian era?How does he manage himself?Faced with external pressure, what choice would he make?”Dracula” stills.Similar to “Sherlock the Detective”, this is a story about the vampire Count Dracula and the vampire hunter Van Haysing, a pair of close opponents who love each other and kill each other.Fan Haixin and Sherlock are very similar in this play. They are also clever and boisterous. They do n’t want to die in order to solve the case.Fan Haixin’s drama is heavier and his image is richer and fuller.The most important thing is that there is no tacky attempt to wash the Earl of Dracula from the beginning to the end. In the words of screenwriters Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, the Dracula they portray is “the own evil hero”.This evil hero is undoubtedly cruel and brutal, and he has a first-class taste and a sense of humor.He is well-versed in the world, has his own philosophy, and has his own cowardice and sincerity; he has lived for hundreds of years and has always maintained the living standard of the nobles and the intelligence level far above the average, but he still has a major misunderstanding about himself-Except for the identity of Count Vampire, he looks like the character of Camus.”Dracula” stills.The best thing about this version of “Dracula” is that it doesn’t vulgarize the story or the characters in it at all-it doesn’t seem to be a high standard in terms of speaking, in fact it doesn’t do much, even the movie that the vampire turns intoThere have been countless TV series.The vampire protagonist in the “Twilight” series is basically a self-loathing vegetarian middle class. Hollywood has found many good-looking teenagers to shoot a lot of vampire-themed romance idols.Even a famous director can be vulgar.For example, “Dracula” directed by Tod Browning, the originator of the horror film, which was released in 1931; and “Four Hundred Years of Love” and this drama, released in 1992, directed by Francis Ford CoppolaThey are all adapted from the same novel-“Dracula” published in 1897.In the 1931 “Dracula”, the image of Count Dracula was created as an integrated horror label, a pure evil supernatural monster.To a certain extent, “Four Hundred Years of Love” also idealizes and vulgarizes the whole story and the characters in it, calling Count Dracula a kind and pious love saint, and the evil and animal nature of the vampireFiltered out carefully.The Dracula in this play is the only actor that truly combines the elegance of nobles, the understanding of civilization by intellectuals, and the brutal beastiness.And in this story, Dracula is unique. There is no vampire community in this world. Only the existence of the old opponent Fan Haixin can save him from absolute loneliness.Although it has changed time and space, this version of Count Dracula is most in line with the original spirit.Dracula and Van Helsing from different eras in this play.The original novel “Dracula” (Dracula), published in 1897, the author Bram Stoker (Bram Stoker) was born in a middle-class family in Dublin, and later moved to London to a famousDramatic actors are acting as agents while still insisting on writing.His other works are usually completed quickly, only this “Dracula” took seven years to complete.In Victorian literary works, female characters are generally thin and Facebook-like, that is, “the angel of the family”, the pious and docile virgin; or the lewd viper, the “mad woman in the attic”.And Stoke has created many women who are more sensible, calmer, and even deeper than men in his novels.This may be because Stoke ‘s mother and his good girlfriends were pioneers of the Victorian feminist movement. It is said that women should have the right to employment and political participation.And Stoke recorded the invisible depression suffered by women at the time in the lines of his novels, and also used the image of women in the pen to refute the prejudice against women in the mainstream Victorian society.The Duke of Count Dracula’s title is a different and elegant villain. He is also a female liberator. He liberated his “victim” from being suppressed and enslaved.The “normal” image of a good wife and mother in line with traditional morals has become a slutty mad woman.In view of the fact that the social context at the time of the creation of the original novel no longer exists, the current ordinary audience can not understand it, or even some understanding will not care about the hidden social psychological subtext of the original novel.So the TV drama’s creative team gave up excessive ambitions and just concentrated on telling a story.In this script, a female recognized role of Fan Haixin is directly arranged, and the feminine meaning that the original author wants to embody is practiced.She is also doing what a heroic detective does in the play. She studies all about Dracula with great interest and is willing to spare her life to save others.She and Dracula fell in love with each other, from the sister of Eastern Europe in 1897 to the ship to England, and then to the modern London, and finally finally understood Dracula, and found that in his cold, transparent and sophisticatedUnder the appearance of bogey, there is still cowardice and emptiness.What the author of the original novel can’t announce to his mouth has become a playful dialogue in the protagonist’s mouth.For example, Fan Haixin said, “Faith is a sleeping pill for children and fools”; Dracula made a little joke. The reason why he was afraid of the cross was because it was a symbol of oppression and slavery., So they were also infected with their fears.Between the ease of ridicule, the focus of the play is quietly switched to a theme that modern audiences are more concerned about.For example, there is nothingness.□ NIXY Wang Chun (drama reviewer) editor of Sauna Night Net Wu Longzhen proofreads Wei Zhuo