I have to say first this was the most beautiful drama I have seen in a very long time. The cinematography was breathtaking. The filming was exquisitely done. The overall series was stunning and meaningful. The actors played their parts with such commitment. I cannot say enough about this series. The cast and crew. Bravo!!
On Cloud Nine is a six episode mini-series that looks amazing, and I must say the cinemaphotography is breathtaking.
While most BL tropes might sound overused or cliche, it’s obvious that they form the very foundation for a storyline.
I know there is a prequel that precedes this show and I am in the middle of watching that one, but since I have already watched the first three episodes of Season Two, let’s start with summarizing it first. Will this season go smoothly? Will their love survive? Will we get the answers we need?
This is a slow-burn drama as there are many situations that factor into this show- we have the “alleged girlfriend trope” of Dr. Pun; Milk’s ex returns confirming their break-up and other interesting things that make this drama a rollercoaster ride. Also, the background of Dr. Pun and the connection to Dr. Yang make an interesting contrast.
Adapted from the manhua “Hey, Your Ears Popped Out!” (喂，看見耳朵啦) by Tracy Hu (特雷西胡), Meow Ears Up is a very riveting and intriguing series.
This drama surprised me because, with all the current restrictions on Chinese BL shows, I was wondering if we will even get a real storyline or a facsimile of one. In Your Heart is based on “Childhood friends to Something more” trope and honestly I’m not sure how I feel about it yet. We are only two episodes in and the chemistry is quite subtle.
The Love of Winter is a very endearing short filmed in two parts.
Sometimes you come across a drama that makes you feel good and, at the same time, makes you question the concept as well.
This is a comforting drama that initially focuses on heartbreak and reconvenes on how one can recover from the ensuing pain with a little time as well as lots of love.