Kevin and Nara have been friends since childhood and they promise to always be best friends. But when Nara falls in love with a mysterious boy, Kevin feels that there is no hope for him to be with her forever.
Kevin and Nara have been friends since childhood, although they love each other, they promise to always be Best Friends Forever. Kevin, who turns out to be more than a friend, never dared to confess his feelings to Nara. In fact, Kevin often accompanies Nara through difficult times when her romance fails. When Nara falls in love with the mysterious rock climbing boy Juned, Kevin feels that there is no hope for him to be with Nara forever. Humans can only plan, but God decides, can Kevin and Nara be put together? Or both of them choose their own path?Written by
This is the fourth original Netflix movie from Indonesia after The Night Comes for Us (2018), Guru-Guru Gokil (2020), and Bucin (2020). See more »
An option to spend the afternoon
"Like the Rain Falling" is an Indonesian dramatic post-teen film.
It is about a twenty-something boy who is in love with his best friend and suffers every time his heart is broken, while he looks for how to tell her how he feels about her, it also brings the story of a boy who falls in love with her.
It could easily seem generic to what we have always seen but the script turns into interesting moments.
Explore without preamble the fear we have of being hurt if we show our true feelings, the fragile self-esteem that we can have after love disappointments.
The script has clever sparkles.
Based on a book.
With very dramatic and well accomplished moments.
The leading roles are well done, the cast very little.
The narrative is in the first person.
An option to spend the afternoon.
Although the ending is predictable like all of the genre, the trip becomes interesting.
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