Burapa and Tawan are brothers and the sons of a well-known cop. They are very close as brothers. Burapa is into boxing, while Tawan wants to follow in their father’s footsteps to become a cop. One day, they hear a gun shot and go to see what is going on. This way, they witness a murder and when the time comes to point the finger at the killer, Tawan is not hesitant to do the right thing. Burapa knows that the bad guys will not leave their family alone and he begs Tawan not to be a witness. This is how the conflict begins. Add Synopsis In Spanish
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I haven't watched many Thai dramas and I started to watch this out of curiousity but I was hooked after the first episode.
Firstly, I have to admit that some scenes are prettty unrealistic and some actors could improve on their acting.
However, there many other reasons that makes this drama so watchable. The story may not be very original, but it was told beautifully. I thougt it was well written and the directing was surprisingly good. The pacing was very well done and I really like the actors who played the two brothers.
I thoroughly enjoyed watching this drama and I would recommend it to anyone who likes fast paced action driven dramas.
I never know what to score Music--I always score low.
I don't know who thought of the premise of the story but it is brilliance. Pure brilliance. I wish I thought of this storyline. We've always heard of two brothers ending up on the wrong side of the tracks. One normally ends up on the right side of the law and the other ends up on the wrong side. Many times it's b/c they don't know each other and it's some twist of fate <---most unrealistic scenario. Other times, one parent takes a kid and remarries and another parent takes a child and their a mobster <-- another unrealistic. Another is that a father who's a mobster marries two women and has two different sons who end up on different sides of the law; in the same vein the father stays with one wife and the other struggles and raises a son who joins a mob gang <--- unrealistic.
This takes a more realistic turn which makes logical righteousness surpass blood. Periodically as I sat there watching the angst between the brothers I had to ask myself would I do to my sister what one of the characters do to his brother or what I also felt he did to his family. I struggled with his decision. I understood it. I did agree with it. But what was the result, what was it for, what did it really do? Ultimately, what did it really do?
But you also how at times you have to table righteousness for love and blood. You have to table it for family and life because that means more than law, pain...that means nothing because what does that prove? Ultimately, you had more success when you tabled the law than you did when didn't.
What would you choose blood or law? Brothers is about family and a bromance that is epic and meaningful and a love that beats all. The music is on point. The only issue I had was Pong's love man. I still say him and his Nong should hook up---I'm still side-eyeing the shit out of Dok Soke.