What kind of movie caused such a sensation? One of the reasons is that it was supervised by Ning Hao and starred by Xu Zheng. The film critic, water monster, said the film was' a really brave work '. At the end of the movie, Cheng Yong is sentenced to three years in prison. Has Lu Yong been sentenced in real life?
I'm not the God of medicine, which makes many people laugh first and cry later, is adapted from a real story - the prototype is called Lu Yong, the drug hero. He suffered from leukemia, embarked on a long way to find medicine and help himself and his patients. As a result, he was taken away by the police for suspected trafficking in fake drugs. Under the signatures of many patients, the relevant departments eventually 'withdrew the prosecution'.
On July 2, at the premiere of "I'm not the God of medicine" held at Tsinghua University, Lu Yong, the 'prototype' of Cheng Yong, the role played by Xu Zheng, appeared to clarify that "I didn't sell drugs".
Sickness opens a long way to seek medicine
The film I am not the God of medicine is directed by wenmuye, CO produced by Ning Hao and Xu Zheng, starring Xu Zheng, Zhou Yiwei and Wang Chuanjun. The story begins with the unexpected visit of an unexpected guest, and the ordinary life of Cheng Yong, the owner of Shenyou shop, is broken. The protagonist has become the exclusive agent of India's generic drug "Lenin" from a male health care vendor who can't afford the rent. At the same time of reaping huge profits, a tug of war on redemption is slowly unfolding in the waves & hellip; & hellip;
At the premiere of "I am not the God of medicine", Lu Yong, the archetypal character, together with Li Qun and two friends, came to the scene to express his hopes and wishes for the film, and also shared the status quo of the patients who are gradually improving. At Lu Yong's initiative, the film's founder and the person who created it donated 2 million yuan to leukemia patients. Lu Yong said: 'I'm very glad to be invited here. In fact, I haven't sold drugs, but film creation may need some adaptations. This movie reflects that era, and also reflects the economy of our country in that era. '
Lu Yong is a leukemia patient and an entrepreneur. Many leukemia patients call him "drug God", so he is also regarded as the prototype of "I am not drug God". In 2002, Lu Yong was found to have leukemia, and then began his long journey to find medicine. Later, Lu Yong changed to low-cost generic drugs, and felt that the effect was good, so he enthusiastically shared relevant experience and inspection data, and taught patients how to buy drugs by themselves. Lu Yong, who has always felt that he is doing good deeds, was taken away by the police in 2013 on suspicion of selling 'fake drugs'. After that, more than a thousand leukemia patients signed for Lu Yong to plead for help, and finally the relevant departments' withdrew the prosecution '.
Asked about the situation at that time, Lu Yong said: 'just like in the movie, I was the first patient in China to eat generic drugs in 2004. After a period of time, my body was almost the same. At that time, many people came to me because they had to pay their own expenses. In 2004, there were only two patients to eat. At that time, I thought I had to find a way. '
In fact, many of the events experienced by Lu Yong, the film and story character prototype, are combined with reality, so there will be many scenes that have indeed been experienced in life. For example, the expensive Lenin in the film was produced by a Swiss company, and there is almost no difference in the price. That is to say, at that time, the price of a course of treatment for the Genuine Swiss production of Lenin was nearly 30000, while that of India At first, the imitated Lenin was only 4000 yuan, and by the time Lu Yong was arrested, the price was almost 200 yuan.
If the biggest difference between the film and the prototype is that Cheng Yong is not a leukemia patient, but Lu Yong is. So a lot of things in the movie, including Huihui contacting the group leader, and getting through the relationship with the sick friends, are done by Lu Yong alone. In the movie, Lu benefits from introducing this kind of Indian Lenin to Cheng Yong. In reality, Lu Yong finds it through a Korean sick friend's message on the Internet. Therefore, the editor thinks that the combination of several protagonists in the film is more like the experience of Lu Yong.
When Cheng Yong started to buy medicine on behalf of others, he thought more about making money, because after his divorce from his ex-wife, his life had been in a bad situation, and he had a son, who wanted to support himself. At this time, when Cheng Yong met LV beneficiary, he first thought about business opportunities and making money. However, with the development of the story, Cheng Yong began to worry about his own safety and finally broke up the whole group. However, with Lu's death due to illness and Xiao Huangmao's car accident, Cheng Yong changed his mind greatly. From making money to losing money, he also wanted to save his sick friends. What Cheng Yong wanted to do was to redeem, and he wanted to make atonement for the dead old LV, Xiao Huangmao and the sick friends. In this way, the adaptation has a great arc transformation of the characters, which makes the audience realize Cheng Yong's inner struggle, makes others shine, increases the conflict of the whole story, and greatly improves the viewing.
In fact, Lu Yong didn't want to make money from the beginning, so from the beginning to the end, Lu Yong almost didn't make money by selling medicine. In the movie, Cheng Yong is sentenced to three years in prison for smuggling and selling fake drugs, but in reality, Lu Yong is finally acquitted. When we see the end, Cheng Yong sees countless patients watching him in the police car, which shows us the greatness of love. In fact, in reality, after Lu Yong is arrested, hundreds of leukemia patients come to the prosecution together The investigating authority wrote a letter saying that Lu Yong was involved in a crime because of his "good intentions" and requested that Lu Yong be exempted from criminal punishment.
However, as mentioned in the film, now that the patent of Swiss Gleevec in 2013 has expired and generic drugs have begun to appear in China, coupled with medical insurance, the price of this type of medicine is not very expensive. This is the story of kang'antu's overseas medical treatment and detailed description of the film prototype "Lu Yong event". Lu Yong, a 34 year old patient with chronic leukemia, received treatment every month. The hospital spent a lot of money. In two years, he spent almost all his savings - 564000 yuan! Next, no money means death. Eager to survive, he found Indian generic drugs with the same efficacy, which cost only 200 yuan.
In order to help more people get the hope of living, he helped thousands of patients to buy Indian generic drugs. Because of this experience of helping patients purchase drugs, the government formally sued Lu Yong for the crimes of "obstructing credit card management" and "selling fake drugs". He lost his normal life when he was ill. Helping others also cost him countless time and energy.
His experience spread rapidly on the Internet. Many people question why there is such a big gap between the two kinds of drugs in foreign countries? Is the purpose of the government's disposal of Lu Yong to protect national laws? Or is it to protect the interests of monopolists? Some netizens summed up: "in the bidding stage, the director of pharmaceutical department, pharmaceutical Management Committee, procurement, warehouse management, etc. will take kickbacks from them; after winning the bid, the director of department, clinician, finance, etc. of the hospital will also take kickbacks from them Profit making in China. Can the price of this medicine be lower than that of foreign countries? '"so there are more than 1000 real names written on the court, pushing the event to the climax, including CCTV, south weekly and other multimedia. Finally, under the pressure of public opinion, the judicial organ announced to exempt Lu Yong from all criminal punishments. In a word, describe the movie prototype: 'the most ironic and sad, the most absurd and realistic. '