The original Taiwanese animation "Magic Granny", which has been out of date for 23 years, is back with a 4K restoration. The film is based on the interaction between Taiwanese folk beliefs and grandchildren. After its release in 1998, it is still the most classic animation film in Taiwan. . "Everyone has a grandma. Although the personalities are different, the love for the grandson is the same." "At that time, screenwriter Huang Liming (the second sister of artist Huang Zhongkun) had just finished watching the works "Grave of the Fireflies" and "Kiki's Delivery Service" produced by Hayao
Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli, and began to change popular database his view on the animation, and really wanted to make a description A work of interaction between his mother Zheng Caixia, his concubine Huang Yuan, and grandchildren." Director Wang Xiaodi revealed the origin of "Magic Granny" in an exclusive interview with "Key Review Network". "I saw the picture of my sister Setsuko eating fruit candy, and I really liked it at that time. Only then did we realize that animation can be so vivid, not like the American cartoons I saw when I was a child."
Screenwriter Huang Liming, who died of cancer in 2014, received a call from Zheng Caixia in the summer of 1996. On the phone, her mother complained about the troublesome situation she encountered while taking care of her grandson. After talking on the phone, Huang Liming had a story inspiration in his mind. The plot was "the grandson refused to accept the grandma and wanted to sell the grandma". The film created many lines, which are irreplaceable classic golden sentences. "I'm going to sell your grandma!" has also become a common language for generations.