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Fluke Natouch Siripongthon ณธัชศิริพงษ์ธร [Profiler]

Fluke Natouch Siripongthon ณธัชศิริพงษ์ธร, was born on June 1, 1996, and is a Thai actor who became well known for his diverse roles in popular movies like My Bromance, Red Wine in the Dark Night and the reincarnation drama Until We Meet Again. Known initially as Pongsatorn Sripinta, in 2019, Fluke changed his professional name to Natouch Siripongthon.

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Top 30 Hottest Thai BL Actors (2020 edition) – Part 3/3 [from 10 to 1]

Welcome to the Psycho Milk Top 30 Hottest Thai BL actors list! This is the second edition of the hitlist. The first edition was published in May 2019, and to provide perspective, the ranks will be dual (Current and previous ranks will be indicated after the name of the actors). Psycho Milk hitlist is preferably fast forward rather than historical. We rank actors based not only on past performances but on what projects are lined up in the coming seasons. The criteria for the selection are here.

Top 30-21 | Top 20-11

Here are the actors who made the 1-10 list! [Right after the jump!]

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Features

What Makes a Good BL Drama or Film (Under a Thai/Asian Setting)? Part 2/2 [Opinion]

First published 17 May 2019, updated 19 March 2020

In Part 1, we mentioned a list of outstanding BL films/series from across Asia – Thai, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese productions, including The Love of Siam, Night Flight, Lan Yu, Present Perfect, A Touch of Fever, Like Grains of Sand, SOTUS, HIStory, Love by Chance and many others.

As to why a movie or series is of quality? One of the primary reasons is always to do with the story itself – and the fact that it should be engaging. What about the other factors that make them great?

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Until We Meet Again [UWMA] The Series- ด้ายแดง (2019)

Based on the BL novel entitled The Red Thread by LazySheep, Until We Meet Again [UWMA] The Series is about the romantic relationship between Dean and Parm. There is also the topic of reincarnation.

Update: Reports confirm that the series will run until March 2020 with 7-8 more episodes. There will be a total of 17-18 episodes, including live streaming for the final installment. Note also that no official announcement has been posted yet.

Episode Reviews are here: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Episode 15 | Episode 16 | Episode Finale (17)

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Until We Meet Again – Episode 13 [Review]

Drama review by Steve (Twitter – The_FNGee)

What do you do after an arduous exercise of drama and feelings in this emotional roller-coaster of a series, with the main protagonists now well-aware of the situation they’re in with reincarnation, and memories that either interfere with or supplement your own? You present an episode like this one, with mostly good-feels, funnies, loving and touching, and maybe a surprise or two.

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Until We Meet Again – Episode 5 [Review]

I watched UWMA Episode 5, three times to improve my understanding of the nuances and the limitations of the subtitling.

To create great Texas BBQ, you have to smoke the meats oh-so-slowly – literally hours, before you get a fantastic result. Episode 5 was indeed more leisurely, evolving exposition, but oh-so-slowly done well. We should fully accept the slow-pace now – it’s for our edification.

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Until We Meet Again – Episode 4 [Review]

This is perhaps the weakest episode of Until We Meet Again where a number of issues could have been pursued, yet the director chooses to repeat what has been revealed already.

There is already a connection between the tragic characters of the past with the current main couple. To repeat dramatic scenes make it so obvious for the series’ own sake.

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