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Lom Sorn Ruk
3 people found this review helpful
by cira
Jun 6, 2019
14 of 14 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 7.0
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 6.5
Rewatch Value 7.0
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I liked this drama although I must say the dual identical character plots are difficult to portray for many actors. It started out with a solid plot line and the two main characters Doc ( Non)and Pat were engaging enough to draw you into the story. I find that Nadach's best acting occurs when he plays a character with some humor and vivacity for life. Doc is just such a character. Nat does a really good job playing Pat. Her emotions are very real when she is expressing the pain at being played by the other three main characters. The twin Pran, who represents the business end of the medical research business of their father's, is really flat. I think Nadach had problems trying to bring this character to life. This combined with Pat (actress) playing a boring narrow minded Anna made their relationship two dimensional and very lack luster.

I believe the plot for this story could have improved on the secondary character issue if they had the conflict between Pat and the twins specifically Pron. He could start out being that spoiled boy who wants Anna to himself but have him change while Pat cared for him. Her consistent care would reflect the love she has for the Doc and in that change his perception of what real love is. Pron could start out kinda trying to get back at Non. Hoping to make his brother feel what it was like to have Anna love Doc over him. It would also add to the tension. Can you see Doc watching hands tied as Pat is caring lovingly for his twin while knowing she THINKS it is him. This would definitely have made the story richer, more dramatic not to mention switch the love triangle of the twins and Anna turn towards Pat. That could have made the moments with Anna seeing this and realizing the value of the maturing their relationship could grow into somthing a bit more believable.

Major sticking point for me. I am a behavioral studies graduate and my pet peeve is when the story line goes off point or the characters behavior does not match a realistic perspective. When Non is discovered by Pat, he says that he may loose Pat but at least the company will be saved. Ping! No way. Doc's character up until now was portrayed as not caring about the company but about patients. If he really loved Pat, he would NEVER say that!

Doc is quiet for much of the dialogue where Pat reveals that she knows he is playing Pran. Oh my heart fell at each word she spoke...the pain!! OUCH! You are going to tell me that Doc just stands there? Then Pat runs away to the mountain while Doc smiles and laughs at a presentation? He happily enjoys a meal with his brother and Father? Really?!! Not to mention that he stays away for 2 months after leaving our lead female torn to pieces? Big fail in the story for me. I think when she finds out she is pregnant, she should have left the mountain. If someone left me for two months I'd be long gone. Come on folks... She should have gone away and have him panic trying to find her. Pat should be in some small town doing accounting for some new handsome guy who own a tea/coffee shop and enjoying her pregnancy while Doc suffers. Make him feel at least the same level of pain he inflicted. He never really apologizes in my opinion. She told the truth even while she was helping the three co- conspirators while they remained silent. Pran and Anna NEVER apologize.

Least fav character: Anna. She never grows nor shows remorse.

In the end, are Anna and Pran together or just friends.? You never know because they are almost devoid of emotion.

Just my opinion...

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