This is Part 2 of our interview with acclaimed Thai filmmaker Aam Anusorn. You can read Part One here.
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.
In Part 1, we talk about compelling issues about the series. In Part 2, its about sex scenes and playviews. In this part, its about the collective effort of the cast and crew to give us great entertainment.
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.
24 Dec 2019: The biggest buzz today and probably in the next few days is the crossover news of the WhyRU and TharnType cast.
Lhong (Koawnah Kittipat) unleashes a wide range of intrigues that shook Tharn and Type relationship to its core. The devil wears no Prada, but a student’s white shirt. But a student can also make plenty of mistakes.
TharnType Episode 9 is the culmination of events that gave way to our couple’s realization that their relationship hangs in the balance.
I dont blame viewers when they get carried away by emotions. Of course, once the drama is done, they need to get back to reality and be reminded that it’s only acting.
Type is in a jealous rage as everyone knows. We are more than halfway to the series and the drama continues!
Hiter Natthad Kunakornkiat first appeared in The Best Twins with his co stars in the current TharnType series, Mild and Kokliang. As Tum in TharnType, he is still a fresh face in the Thai BL universe.