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!!
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.
‘What if’ is an age-old question, a simple two words often full of regret. As we age, we look back on life and wonder about what we’ve done and what we could have done differently.
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.
From the moment the first episode of the Thai BL Love in the Air opened, the lyrics from the 1983 song “It’s Raining Men” by The Weather Girls started playing in my head. Mainly because of the characters’ names and the fateful connection they seem to have with rain.
Trigger Warning: Mentions of death
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.
“Isn’t that how falling in love so often works? Some stranger appears out of nowhere and becomes a fixed star in your universe.”
― Kate Bolick, Spinster: Making a Life of One’s Own
Love is a very multi-faceted thing. Sometimes it develops quietly, sneaking into our lives so subtlety we don’t realize how deep it is until something challenges it.