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Kill Me, Heal Me
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by darkn3ss

Mar 13, 2015
20 of 20 episodes seen
Overall 9.5
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10.0
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 8.0
So while I was siting here trying to figure out what I could add to the praise that this drama is receiving , I just thought hell just say what you think. I was mesmerized by this drama, because the acting has just so raw and flawless, the cast truly complemented each other, they covered for each other flaws and blended seamlessly. It was a pleasure to watch them act, so if you really have reservation about watching this drama, throw them away because even if the story doesn't resonate with you, the acting will pull you in. The Music was really soothing and beautiful, it got a 8.5 from me because well I was mostly only into two songs, the rest I just found them passable , but I think that they superposed them to the scene on screen pretty well. I have to admit that has everyone was saying that the show brought them to tears, I did not cry one bit that is why it's not getting that 10 that would have established it has a masterpiece for me. I laughed at the right places, and got sad but I did not get to the heart-wrenching desperation that some viewers felt, and I think that his one of the flaw if this drama, it easily brought to tear criers but it did not try to reach the extra mile for those who don't cry easily. I'm suspecting that the writers just lean too easily on the actors and director excepting them to do all the work to deliver her work. Anyway do not let these things keep you away from good entertainment thought. Because I feel that these drama kind of prove that there is still hope for K-dramas actors and that we have actors out there that can act. So I don't know if this will be helpful but I felt like I should say it . have fun watching.
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