“The best acting is instinctive. It’s not intellectual, it’s not mechanical, it’s instinctive”- Craig MacDonald
Choosing the “Top Ten BL Couples” from the veritable number of Boys’ Love dramas that premiered in 2022 was indeed difficult. Our authors had to surf through numerous favorites to narrow their list of these choices. In today’s feature, we will be talking about popular BL couples based on their acting talents and compatibility with each other. Join us as our team members talk about their dearest couples!
The Thai drama 180 Degree Longitude Passes Through Us has ended, and it has taken my heart with it. When a series strikes a chord within me, I am very vocal about it, writing multiple pieces hoping others will take the time to discover the magic. 180 Degree Longitude is one of those series, but for the final review, I will simply focus on the people in it, the connection between them, and why these connections touched me.
From beginning to end, I fell in love with the Thai drama 180 Degree Longitude Passes Through Us and everything it represents, especially the focus on politics and the lines dividing generations. The acting, symbolism, and artistic nuances are nothing short of brilliant.
180 Degree Longitude Passes Through Us is one of those series that captivated me from the first episode. It’s smart, it’s sexy, and it’s absolutely wonderful!
Boys’ Love is a lucrative fantasy spun around, regaling tales of love, lust and sensuality.
“I think love is a lot like the other side of the creek. It looks pleasant during the day. But in the evening, we can never know what lurks there.”
~ Wang, 180 Degree Longitude Passes Through Us
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.