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  • Hey, how's it going?

  • Welcome to another episode of TwoSet Violin.

  • Today, we're going to be watching a Chinese drama

  • that has some of the most

  • intense battle scenes ever.

  • That's right.

  • You wouldn't think battle comes with violin,

  • except for that one movie

  • that we reviewed a long time ago.

  • But,

  • this one is on a next level.

  • Now, it's called Athena.

  • Now you might be wondering...

  • what does a Shanghai spy war movie

  • have to do with a violin channel?

  • Let's find out.

  • (He's a ladies' man. You have to be extra careful.)

  • (It might be a taste of your own medicine.)

  • Dude, that instrument is...

  • What the hell is that?!

  • Eddy: Dude...!

  • Oh yes. So let's explain.

  • Here's the bridge.

  • It's meant to sit

  • - near where the indentation of the f-holes are, right? - Yup.

  • And therefore you have space here

  • where you play on this side of the bridge.

  • And then you have space here

  • which is just to hold tension.

  • And if you play it,

  • it sounds like a dying screeching cat.

  • Yeah, you do not play that part.

  • Do you wanna hear what it sounds like?

  • Okay, I know you guys always comment the theme,

  • but this is...

  • - That was the most random cut. - Yeah.

  • Like the music around.

  • - Yeah. - It doesn't flow. It's supposed to be like...

  • But hey, I was impressed

  • that at least his bow was straight.

  • But again, it doesn't make a difference

  • when your bridge is-

  • I mean, the only difference the bow is straight

  • playing behind the bridge is this...

  • This is straight bow.

  • This is not a straight bow.

  • Actually, there's no difference.

  • OH!

  • Dude, don't do that to the bow!!

  • Oh my god!

  • - Did you see how they just stretched the hair? - She destroyed the hair straight through and...

  • pulled it against it?

  • Dude, this guy is just so dedicated about practicing.

  • It's like, even when a spy

  • is there to like, assassinate him.

  • He's like "I must get my 40 hours practice in."

  • - Bro! How- What is th- What is that bow made of!? - Dude, the- Look at the bow!

  • Freaking carbon fiber?

  • Metal? Steel?

  • No, a bow cannot carry human weight, full stop.

  • - He's like, back to practice. - Dude.

  • Yeah, he's like "You know what? That's enough!"

  • Dude, props to the actor who keeps a straight face.

  • - Yeah. - I would be losing my ******* ****.

  • That's too funny.

  • Even if the emperor of Manchukuo is here,

  • you cannot get away with it!

  • Hmm!

  • I should try and do that.

  • "Hmm!"

  • Hmm!

  • How is that girl taking him seriously?

  • Dude, she just got owned by a violin.

  • I know.

  • - I would- I would retire as a spy. - While he was practicing. Yeah....

  • Dude, ignore!

  • Powned...!

  • Don't distract Ling Ling when he's practicing.

  • Yeah, ha ha!

  • I'm not a cinematographer, but...

  • the shot was different angle.

  • Where?

  • Like the closer shot he's facing her.

  • But the other shot he's facing away, no?

  • Oh yeah!

  • He just faced away.

  • Is he facing the lake or is he facing the girl?

  • Yeah, so what does he- Make up your mind!

  • But I gotta say it though, the backdrop is pretty cool.

  • Like...

  • I'm actually interested in the backdrop.

  • It's pretty nice.

  • It's such a weird movie. I don't-

  • I don't know the context of this whole thing.

  • Yeah, wasn't it meant to be about spies and stuff?

  • Yeah, I'm so confused.

  • How butthurt is he over this girl?

  • - Whoever this girl is. - Yeah.

  • Alright, next time a girl rejects you...

  • Or a guy rejects you.

  • Yeah, just play the violin...

  • until they ask you what's wrong.

  • And then just throw your violin into the lake.

  • Yeah, you make your point.

  • - Make your point! - You really make your point.

  • "You don't know how much you hurt me."

  • Why does he always look at his violin that way?

  • No, I was gonna say.

  • Does he have like, problem? Like...

  • After the fight, he's like...

  • After everything, he's always just like...

  • This level of affection.

  • So don't get us wrong.

  • We're musicians.

  • - We love our violins. - Yeah.

  • - But like, this is next level. - But... okay, so...

  • Okay, name someone that does this,

  • and touches it like this.

  • How do you like that?

  • Dude,

  • the violin did nothing wrong!

  • Dude, all you needed to do

  • was move the bridge back,

  • and then it would've been fine.

  • - Don't need to throw it away. - Yeah, I know!

  • It's like...

  • "I've played for so long."

  • It still sounds like this.

  • If you guys know any...

  • crazy...

  • violin dramas with like

  • - freaking superpower fighting skills... - Yeah.

  • Please let us know.

  • Send it our way.

  • It's always fun to...

  • I think it's just fun to see how non-musician directors

  • think of portraying the instrument or violin.

  • Yeah.

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  • - And the new beanie is out. - Sorry.

  • Yeah.

  • And then we'll see you guys next time.

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