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Outrora aluno da Academia de Belas Artes, o jovem artista Shen Yi tinha todas as habilidades necessárias para se tornar um grande pintor. Mas quando uma perpetração improvisada enquanto ele desenhava nas ruas coloca Shen Yi no meio de um caso policial que deu errado, toda a sua vida vira de cabeça para baixo. Passando os próximos cinco anos cheio de culpa pelo papel que inconscientemente desempenhou na morte de um policial, Shen Yi espera encontrar uma maneira de fazer reparações. Como o destino quis, essa chance finalmente aparece quando o Diretor da Secretaria de Segurança Pública se aproxima dele com uma oferta de emprego que lhe permitirá fazer exatamente isso. Aceitando um emprego como o novo retratista da equipe da Interpol, Shen Yi está pronto para fazer sua parte para acertar as coisas, mas nem todo mundo está contente de recebê-lo na equipe. Como amigo de longa data do policial morto no incidente envolvendo Shen Yi, o capitão da Interpol Du Cheng é tudo menos acolhedor quando Shen Yi se junta à equipe. Colocando uma pesada culpa no artista pela morte de seu amigo, Du Cheng se recusa a aceitar Shen Yi e, como tal, faz tudo o que pode para tornar sua vida miserável. Mesmo assim, Shen Yi se recusa a deixar a irritabilidade de Du Cheng atrapalhar seu trabalho. Provando sua habilidade a todo momento, Shen Yi gradualmente começa a convencer Du Cheng de que ele é, de fato, um membro vital da equipe. Trabalhando juntos para resolver uma série de casos insolúveis, Du Cheng e Shen Yi acabam se tornando uma força formidável. Mas será que a habilidade combinada dessa dupla formidável será suficiente para resolver o mistério que ainda envolve a morte do amigo mais antigo de Du Cheng? (Fonte: Viki) Editar Tradução

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  • País: China
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 20
  • Exibido: Mar 6, 2022 - Mar 16, 2022
  • Exibido em: Segunda, Terça, Quarta
  • Original Network: iQiyi Tencent Video
  • Duração: 45 min.
  • Pontuação: 8.7 (scored by 4,910 usuários)
  • Classificado: #213
  • Popularidade: #1350
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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猎罪图鉴 para o meu gosto foi incrível do começo ao fim, realmente amei cada momento nesse drama. Foi ótimo acompanhar esses personagens e ver eles conseguindo descobrir quem estava por trás dos crimes anos atrás e ver eles dando um fim nisso.

A frase do Shen Yi para o desgraçado lá foi impactante até demais, palavras certas ditas em momentos certos é uma arma poderosa. Du Cheng finalmente se libertando do passado e podendo agora descansar... Finalizaram de forma geral a história e ainda deixaram algo para uma provável segunda temporada.
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A picture paints a thousand words

As usual every year we will get at least one underrated C-drama gem in dramaland. Under the Skin is this year’s gem for me. Along with Reset, this drama becomes 2022’s first quarter surprise package. Another astonishing aspect is that although this iQiyi production is a detective investigation thriller and whodunit mystery, it doesn’t carry the Mist Theatre’s Light On series tag. Which is just as well considering the disappointment with the recent (2021) additions to the series.

For the first time ever in a Chinese crime drama, as far as I’m aware, the concept of forensic art is featured extensively as the main premise of the story. The narrative revolves around the talented and highly perceptive mock portrait artist, Shen Yi, and his partnership with police detective Captain Du Cheng of the Beijiang Branch’s Criminal Investigation Detachment. Each of them share an interwoven backstory that provides the backdrop of the overarching main mystery and the development of their dynamic and respective character growth. The drama is presented in an episodic procedural format where the leads utilise their unique skill sets in solving extremely unusual cases, usually involving murders.

Under the Skin is based on the original screenplay co-written by Jia Dongyan, winner of the 27th Shanghai TV Festival Magnolia Award for Best Screenplay, and Wu Yao, Gold Award recipient for the Feature Film category at the 2012 New York International Film Festival. Jia Dongyan also serves as art director for the production, which is directed by the prolific Xing Jianjun. Principal photography took place in Xiamen which began in March 2021. The production team reportedly conducted considerable research into crime scenes depicted in famous art pieces as well as the application of forensic art methodology in criminal investigations.

What I Loved

There are numerous aspects of the production which I absolutely love and in comparison with many Chinese crime dramas in recent years, for me this drama ranks amongst the best in the genre. It’s innovative, refreshing, and does the basics of storytelling very well with a fantastic cast and crew. It may not appear as gritty or visceral and perhaps lack a little bit of realism at times but despite what I feel are subtle flaws, the things that exceed my expectations leave an indelible impression indeed. To briefly summarise the positive points:

1. The forensic art premise that focuses on how art is used to aid police investigations in its various forms. Whether as a composite sketch, predictive facial renderings or age-progression/ regression predictions and many others, I find the entire concept and display extremely enthralling. I’m a huge fan of crime thrillers, noir and procedurals but I’ve never encountered such an in-depth study into this subject matter before. The added bonus is seeing all the beautiful art pieces and creative artwork on display.

2. The characterization of Shen Yi, an artist of immense talent who possesses a perceptive mind and sharp deductive reasoning. I find his inherently calm demeanour and generally empathetic nature deeply endearing. This character captivates not only with his enigmatic backstory but also his multifaceted and rather charming personality. He is by no means faultless or exemplary for he constantly has to face the presence of his inner demons throughout, as well as the initial prejudice by his colleagues but he gradually overcomes all these challenges with poise and sensibility.

3. The second male lead, Du Cheng, who at times feels more like Shen Yi’s sidekick. His character progression and the subsequent evolution of his working relationship as well as personal friendship with Shen Yi is heartening to see. The “buddy cop” depiction here which incorporates elements of enemies-to-friends and bromance is one of the most rewarding strong suits of this drama.

4. The well-structured and coherent storytelling approach along with uniquely written individual cases as well as the overarching mystery. Most, if not all, of the cases depicted are highly unusual as far as either the method of execution or the motive behind the premeditated crimes. Where the investigations are concerned, I love that this drama is straightforward and no nonsense where viewers are immediately immersed into the cases and without the interference of fillers, unnecessary side stories or off putting comic relief. Even when the focus shifts to the characters’ interactions and development, it never feels redundant or superfluous to the overall tone which remains consistent throughout the show.

5. The depth of the narrative. Despite being an episodic procedural, it feels more like an anthology of short stories because each case spans more than an episode. Rather than simply focusing on solving the crime per se, it explores the background and related characters involved within each case to the fullest, complete with all the emotions of the human drama. Most of the culprits are not merely bad or evil perpetrators but are written as profoundly layered individuals who are bound by a tragic twist of fate that has led to their existing circumstances. The drama very delicately imbues subtexts on current societal concerns and even cautionary tales that enhance the storytelling. I find it surprising that the presence of certain themes actually passed censorship; for instance the subtle hints of GL, showcasing domestic violence as well as psychological abuse and gaslighting.

6. I have to pay tribute to the production team because the technical execution is quite superb. The editing renders remarkable scene transitions, clear sound mixing and audio quality even if overdubbing is utilised, and the authentic production design. The music is truly on another level with an impressive versatility to capture the different moods, in addition to the sinister “Hitchcockian” vibes of the more chilling scenes. Coupled with the impressive cinematography and beautiful colour grading, each case has a distinctive feel to the atmospherics - carefree youth, sweet romance, melancholic sadness and regret, as well as intense edge-of-the-seat suspense. Kudos as well to the styling department for the way Shen Yi is presented. I really like his fashion and overall appearance which makes him stand out from the rest of his colleagues.

7. The perfect casting choices. It’s my first time seeing Tan Jian Ci in a lead role and what an inspired selection it has been. He is perfect as Shen Yi where his portrayal exudes much intrigue, charm and likeability that draws you in deeper as the story unfolds. He possesses a strong sense of presence that encompasses a wide variety of emotions indeed. I think I finally understand why he is chosen as the lead for Winner is King so I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for him there. His co-lead, Jin Shi Jia, delivers a decent depiction of Du Cheng who balances grit with adorable goofiness at times. Both leads work very well together and are absolutely fun to watch.

Final Thoughts

Under the Skin is such a pleasant surprise and has to be considered an absolute gem for the first quarter of 2022, if not the whole year. Despite the somewhat far-fetched final arc and Shen Yi appearing exceedingly "superpowered" at times, they did not detract from the ingenuity of the writing and my overall enjoyment. I’m also tremendously pleased with the ending that provides a fitting and most satisfying closure to what truly has been a wonderful viewing experience. This comes very highly recommended indeed.

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  • Drama: Sob a Pele
  • País: China
  • Episódios: 20
  • Exibido: Mar 6, 2022 - Mar 16, 2022
  • Exibido On: Segunda, Terça, Quarta
  • Original Network: iQiyi, Tencent Video
  • Duração: 45 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 13+ - 13 anos ou mais


  • Pontuação: 8.7 (avaliado por 4,910 usuários)
  • Classificado: #213
  • Popularidade: #1350
  • Fãs: 12,329

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