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AmastrisDratwka

Southern California, United States of America

AmastrisDratwka

Southern California, United States of America
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Seven Something
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by AmastrisDratwka

Oct 27, 2015
Completed
Overall 8.0
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 5.0
When I watched this I had no idea Nichkhun was in it. Shocked but not so shocked about the Noona Syndrome that played out. This is starting to become a really, really common theme nowadays. I could write a novel as to why I think it's so and how it goes hand in hand with the growing popularity of watching Asian dramas in the West... but I won't bore you. This last storyline is probably the most poignant in the movie since it's got a bit of a twist on the theme. I didn't particularly like the 1st segment with the teenagers. Ironically, having 2 teenage boys of my own, it doesn't matter what country you are from, when it comes to social media, it does have a lot of impact and consequences my generation never dealt with before and we're parents and just as new at as they are.... so it's like the blind leading the blind. You cannot give away something you don't have so, the kids nowadays probably do tend to get lost when parents are just as moronic with the media as the kids are at it. It's a topic worth bringing up. The 2nd segment just has good actors that I like to watch. Standard lost romance stuff, but still nice story arc to it. OVERALL: It's not too emotionally investing and it has some food for thought. Definitely a nice relaxing entertaining diversion. Worth 2 hours on a rainy day with a cup of chamomile tea. lol....
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