“Influencers” is Eileen Chang’s classic literature “Red Rose and White Rose” incorporating the hot topic of internet celebrities, revealing the true face of internet influencers, a synonym for profit and reputation. From the perspective of a college graduate who has just entered the live broadcast industry, it vividly shows the young people who are full of dreams but confused and uneasy, and reveals how to reconcile marriage and love, and how to choose between ideals and reality.
This is a profound revelation of the bright side of the industry, and a true writing of the dark side of human nature. In this fast-paced era full of the internet and technology, a beautiful life needs to be spread through the internet, and internet celebrities have become indispensable professional messengers. But the virtual network, like this floating world, is full of falsehoods and rampant vested interests. The drama “Influencers” is like a warm light, bringing strength in the cold network and real world filled with falsehoods and realities, leading people to find their original pursuit in various worldly fetters such as marriage and ideals, and stick to their original intentions, fearlessly going on.