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Mai Davika Hoorne,
This Thai horror romance weighs the romance part bigger than the horror part, which I found to be a shame, and it is what ultimately led it to be a mediocre movie in my eyes. That being said, don't get me wrong, because there are nice aspects to the romance story. But it just didn't sit well with me as I was expecting a bit more and something different from the movie.
The story is about Bee (played by Apinya Sakuljaroensuk), a new doctor at a hospital where she meets Thana (played by Jesdaporn Pholdee), a doctor who is grieving the loss of his beloved Nok (played by Natthaweeranuch Thongmee). Although morbid rumors permeate Thana, Bee becomes drawn to his like a moth to a flame.
I will say that the story was adequate, albeit a bit generic and predictable. But it had a good continuity and director Monthon Arayangkoon did a good job in piecing together a beautiful enough love story that transcends death. But the horror aspect just wasn't scary in any way, and the movie suffered from this. The director should have gone with either romance or horror, not mixing the two because it didn't work.
The acting in the movie was good and it accompanied the romance story well enough. I wasn't familiar with the three lead actors and actresses, so it was nice to see new faces in the movie.
There are better Thai movies available, especially in the horror genre. But if you want a different love story and have about two hours to spare, give "I Miss U" (aka "Rak chan yaa kid teung chan") a chance, it might be something for you.
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