I’m not going to call this episode an emotional powerhouse. Not that it isn’t, but that the emotions don’t trend to the side of devastating. Tears of happiness? Pretty close …
WhyRU, the Series came out strong not only for its visuals but also for its soundtrack. It is one of the most heavily promoted series from Thailand. With all the buzz created, people expect a high-quality “product” after being bombarded with amazing promotions. Did Episode 1 deliver on the promise?
Another emotional powerhouse, this episode belongs to the leads. Nine, Earth, Ohm and Fluke show us an intimate view of relationships: one starting to deteriorate, and another building at the same time.The first scene Korn is late again, feeling what appears to be stress developing in his relationship to Intouch.
When filmmakers create documentaries, they need to make sure that the visuals are engaging. Otherwise, viewers will get bored and more than half will likely move on and watch something else.
After last week’s emotional powerhouse, this episode has a lot of feel-goods. Some tearful moments for sure, but easy to enjoy.
What makes an engrossing, realistic, and quality drama? It has to have a heart and a spirit. In the case of Tharn Type, Mew Suppasit as Tharn embodies its beating heart and Gulf Kanawut as Type is its fighting spirit.
It took me a while to settle down and try to become more analytical about this episode. Act 3 is especially tough to watch.
Director P’New posted on Twitter before the airing of Episode 8 that “we’re going to take a break”.
Kaownah delivers a chilling portrayal of a young man fixated with another person. In this case, he has Tharn as the object of his obsession.
I watched UWMA Episode 7, multiple times to improve my understanding of the nuances and the limitations of the subtitling, and just to take in all that’s going on.