The reading club I host is watching movies. The title of the movie is \"The Cobbler\".
In the movie, after the male master puts on his shoes, his appearance completely becomes another person, and the way for the audience to recognize it is to look at the clothes, especially the bright red scarf of the male master. Here, the red scarf has become a symbol of self-existence. In reality, we always disguise ourselves as various people for various reasons. In this way, the film\'s arrangement of wearing shoes and transforming has intriguing implications. Perhaps, a pair of shoes won\'t make you who you are, but it can make you feel who you can be.
After being involved in a series of troubles as someone else, the hero becomes more and more paranoid. Whenever we envy other people\'s lives, we are far from understanding the hidden worries and troubles behind them; wearing other people\'s shoes is fine, but remember to go your own way. So be the owner of your shoes, don\'t let your shoes be yours.
So after watching the movie, I asked everyone a question: If you could, who would you like to be?
I thought everyone would say who or who to be, but everyone agrees that it\'s better to be yourself than to be someone else. This is something I didn\'t expect. Everyone has their own ideas and is willing to be their own person. This is also the point that I will gain the most from this study.