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Silver_Sylphy

Trinidad & Tobago

Silver_Sylphy

Trinidad & Tobago
Part Time: The Series thai drama review
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Part Time: The Series
21 people found this review helpful
by Silver_Sylphy
Dec 31, 2016
26 of 26 episodes seen
Completed 1
Overall 10
Story 10.0
Acting/Cast 10.0
Music 10.0
Rewatch Value 10.0
If you want a little realness then this is definitely the series for you! From the opening scene you are drawn into the main protagonist's life and where he comes from. N' Ngern draws you in with the back story and total likability of his portrayal of Mong. The gritty realness of his moving from home and trying to make a new life is just simply portrayed perfectly. As the story progresses you can't help but love the cast. As relationships develop the realness is felt. The daily struggles, the forged friendships, the problems balancing school and outside life, especially sleep! This is truly University life! What's interesting is although Mong is the genesis he is not the only focus as the world expands. All the characters are given their fair share of development so you don't really feel boxed-in or linear. Kinda rare in dramas, especially with such a large cast. The music score is more an upbeat, dreamy, and story-book-telling like. Adds quite an atmosphere to the series! The directing is simply perfection! Camera angles, capturing faces, always on-point! You don't feel like a spectator. You don't feel like you're intruding. You don't feel like you're spying. You don't feel like an outsider! You get to know the characters, their ambitions, their wants, their needs, their emotions! It just feels like you are there going through life with them! All in all a wonderful drama that comes really close to mimicking true life as it could get! Thai television coming of age and really maturing in this genre!
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