“Dong Poo Dee” is the story about Kom a young girl who grew up with her mother Kae, who has amnesia. The two are supported by Kru Sompon who is the owner of a school. Kae faints on the day that Kru Sompon throws a party for his older brother. She meets Pit Roongprai and remembers everything. Kae entrusts Kom in his hands before she dies. Once they are done with her funeral Pit takes Kom to Bangkok and entrusts her with a friend named Rangsan Rattanadechakorn to take care of and give her an education equal to his daughters Ratirot and Podjanee, but in truth Rangsan and Bunga his wife doesn’t like Kom and treats her as a servant.
Once Pit goes out of the country, he sends a younger relative named Chartsiam Surabordin who is studying in England to take care of Kom if anything were to ever happen to him. Chartsiam gives a doll to Kom and this leaves a great impression on her.
Pit dies and leaves a will for Kom, once Chartsiam returns he takes care of Kom from afar, but refuses to tell her about Pit. As for Bunga she sees him come often and tries to get close to him, but the young man doesn’t care for her because he has a lover already. Eventually, love blossoms between Chartsiam and Kom. But the love that appears to be forbidden for the two, how will it end up?
(Source: AsianFuse Wiki)
Cast & Credits
- Smart Krissada PornwerojChartsiam SurabordinMain Role
- Natapohn TameeruksKom RoongpraiMain Role
- Chatchai PlengpanichRangsan RattanadechakornMain Role
- Donut Manatsanun PanlertwongskulBunga RattanadechakornMain Role
- Chalida ThaochaleePailin RattanadechakornSupport Role
- Jaruwan PanyopasKhun Ying RattanadechakornSupport Role
The cast is very good, I particularly loved the mix of adults and children, the mix of children cast among adults is a differential, the little ones acted super well alongside the adults and this made the drama get a special touch , The immersive interleaving in the story makes "Dong Poo Dee" a familiar drama, cinematography is perfect, scenes extremely rich in detail, taking and resuming scenes in the perfect timing, camera positioning gives illusion and allusion to all the facts of A superior perspective.
"Dong Poo Dee" takes in its many aspects the Mexican dramaturgy, at certain moments it seems a Mexican novel. There are many elements that resemble mainly the cinematography and the positioning of the cameras. "Dong Poo Dee" is well worth it, you can not get enough of watching it though it's a drama soon. Because it's fun, dramatic and somehow calming because the setting of the story is conducive to this.