The idea of a one-night stand is that it’s the moment when you choose to do something that’s outside of your normal. That choice shouldn’t normally have any baring on the rest of your life because a random sexual encounter shouldn’t define you as a person; which is why I find it so ironic that for Kim (Ton Saran), it does. This is for me a great indicator of what “Unforgotten Night” offers on the whole. Beautiful to look at but lacking actual substance.
Boys’ Love, BL, male for male, the fandom has many names and colors for this genre and the actors who play out these fictions.
Created by Rookie Thailand, the sleeper hit “21 Day Theory” was startlingly refreshing and surprising.
I’m not going to say this anywhere in this review that “180 Degree Longitude Passes Through Us” is a tour de force cinematically charged experience.
When I watch BL content, I generally know what to expect.
The first three episodes of Sky in Your Heart play like a disjointed series of random moments as we watch Doctor Fah infatuated with the grumpy volunteer teacher Prince. Much like The Shipper, another GMMTV series, it gives us as much drama as comedy. Serious issues such as contracting malaria or food poisoning happen while we also follow an adult woman acting like a teenager as she runs away from an arranged marriage to a man she has never met.
Popular author K.D. Edwards made a debut with his modern fantasy novel “The Last Sun” in 2018.
Thailand’s latest mafia BL romance “Unforgotten Night” premiered both on Gagoolala and YouTube simultaneously on 22nd June, 2022.
Dear Straight People’s Boys’ Love series “Getaway” is a refreshing take on the “Coming out” phase for a 20 something beautifully average man. Told in 5 short but poignant episodes, we watch Sam (Sean Foo) as he solemnly reveals his sexuality in front of his homophobic father over dinner; with an urgency that couldn’t wait.
BL fans were treated to the first half of the duology “Star and Sky”, which premiered on 8th April, 2022.