Edge to Happiness - Netflix

He Mu is the youngest son of a rich family. As a free-spirit, he runs away from his family to avoid being tied down by an arranged marriage. Highly adaptable, he works his way up at a different company and meets a hard-working girl in the process.

Edge to Happiness - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Chinese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-06-23

Edge to Happiness - Fun - Netflix

Fun is the enjoyment of pleasure, particularly in leisure activities. Fun is an experience often unexpected, informal or purposeless. It is an enjoyable distraction, diverting the mind and body from any serious task or contributing an extra dimension to it. Although particularly associated with recreation and play, fun may be encountered during work, social functions, and even seemingly mundane activities of daily living. It may often have little to no logical basis, and opinions on whether an activity is fun may differ. A distinction between enjoyment and fun is difficult but possible to articulate, fun being a more spontaneous, playful, or active event. There are psychological and physiological implications to the experience of fun.

Edge to Happiness - In popular culture - Netflix

In the modern world, fun is sold as a consumer product in the form of games, novelties, television, toys and other amusements. Marxist sociologists such as the Frankfurt School criticise mass-manufactured fun as too calculated and empty to be fully satisfying. Bill Griffith satirises this dysphoria when his cartoon character Zippy the Pinhead asks mechanically, “Are we having fun yet?” In the Beatles song “She's Leaving Home” fun is called “the one thing that money can't buy.”

Edge to Happiness - References - Netflix