• @june1 Whatever it is, it could be that she is having trouble following her faith. In the beginning, she appears to stand firm for her beliefs. Later she changed and is also dating Kevin who is not a Christian himself. All this means is that she is not practicing her beliefs as strongly as other devout Christians, which is why she appears controversial and confusing because her actions does not represent her values sometimes.
  • @june1 No, still don't make sense. The undead is not virus like vampire. It's god''s will. After the thunder.
  • @peachyogurt well, according to you, Grace's response makes sense then. But it's just a movie though. I mean, a movie is just a movie, right?? it's not real. Your ouija board example is for real. I mean, those kids really try to contact those demons/dead people. However, playing in the movie is kind of acting. You are pretending, not like doing it for real. I don't know, this stuff is confusing and I'm not a Christian myself. But for whatever reason, if that's Grace's belief, why would she play in Blue Veins then??? The excuse she gave as Blue Veins is a drama and it has limited horror scenes or something like that is still very lame to me. For more or less, the drama still has stuff that she shouldn't take part in, what's the difference then???
  • @june1 Christians believe in three spiritual beings: God, man, and Satan. Christians view ghosts as demons, who are Satan's followers. Those who are not Christians believe that ghosts are real and try to communicate to the ghosts, when in actuality they are demons. When you open yourself to these things you can get demon possessed or open yourself to the supernatural occult, which is Satan's world. That is why Christians do not mess with these stuff. Here is an example, where children try to call on the dead or play with the ouija board. They are not interacting with ghosts or dead humans, but demons. Humans do not live after they die, as in the form of "ghosts." http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3596516/Eighty-children-treated-hospital-outbreak-demonic-possession-Peruvian-school-pupils-say-visions-man-black-trying-kill-them.html
  • @aiya thanks for your explanation. If you're right, I guess Grace just gives a bad reason why she didn't film that movie but using a lame religious excuse. I was just surprised about the reply she gave when compared about filming a movie and a drama. I didn't know much about her religious issues. Now, according to what you said, Grace seemed like she needed to learn how to talk in front of the media cause the two responses she gave was just incorrect.
  • @june1 The Christian faith, be it in the form of Catholicism, Orthodox or Protestantism, do preach and believe in the supernaturals or para-normals. In fact, exorcism is still a sacred rite in the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches. On the other hand, your are right that Buddhism in its purest form does not believe or emphasize the supernaturals. The Buddhism practiced in the Far East as in China is actually a blended form with all sorts of native animism and mythologies mixing in. The classic example is the "Journey to the West" saga in which all sorts of mystical deities involves themselves with a monk's journey to enlightenment.
  • @bubbletea haha, I must agree with you about the acting in movies and dramas part. I think acting in movies is harder to impress people compared to dramas, simply because actors don't have much time to do that. Each screen time in movies is very valuable while in dramas, actors have more room to develop their characters. Many characters in dramas aren't so likable at first but become more and more likable at the end. As for Grace in Blue Veins, I didn't like her at first, but I thought she acted well when she turned evil toward the end. I know Sisley first in the movie, not through TVB dramas. I liked her in the movie, especially in the last scene when she was crying, it was so touching. So, even a movie is only 1 to 2 hrs, a talented actor can still leave his mark. Plus, in that movie, Sisley wasn't the main lead, Nick Cheung and the ghost were. What Grace said is kind of the opposite of what it should be.
  • @1nit I don't know much about her religious excuses but I do know that Catholic/Christian people don't believe in ghosts. In other words, they don't believe in afterlife. It's just like Buddists believe in reincarnation. So I guess since her religion doesn't teach her so, it might as well just not allow her to take part in it (such as filming, etc). Catholic/Christian religion has many strict rules/beliefs, some of them make sense, some don't. What Grace said is probably just one of its strange rules, who knows.
  • @casidy I wish for the same thing. But it seems like Grace will be in it since her character hasn't died yet, lol. They probably just put her in there so she can continue the confusing love triangle just for the heck of it.
  • I would love to have a sequel only because I like to see more Kevin-Kay on screen. They're such a cute couple in the drama. What annoys me is there is too much time for Grace and her role seems like the leading female even though it is not. The love between Kevin-Kay is not very convincing to me. The love triangle seems like it never really resolved even two main leads do end up together. I feel like Kevin loves both girls sometimes. Even at the very end, Grace is still dragged into Kevin-Kay's love moment. It would be better if they make less time for Grace and more time for Kay since Kay is the main lead after all.
  • @skyking it's pretty much it. And Kevin and Kay do end up together.
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