As Per travels to Focus and Ball's wedding in the countryside, Per remembers their time in high school. Per was a new transfer student who was immediately attracted to Ball. Although Ball seemed to have a liking for Per, Focus and Ball had already established a solid friendship and Focus was in love with Ball. Will the wedding go through or will Ball choose Per in the end? Edit Translation
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Per is new to the school, and he loves Ball at first sight. Trouble is that Focus also secretly loves Ball and they have been friends for a long time. Per pops onto the scene and is apparently attempting to steal Ball from Focus. Per demands and gives lots of attention of Ball, and Per also kind of guilts Ball into spending a lot of time with him. Ball claims it is all innocent, that he is just being friendly with the newcomer when Focus becomes jealous.
Flash forward, and Ball and Focus are getting married. All their school buddies are getting together for the wedding. Of course Per has been invited, and he shows up after being "missing" (supposedly overseas for school) for many years. Tensions ensue, and...
What we don't know is what comes next. This series is incomplete, and it appears they only released 3 of the unknown number of episodes. It sort of cuts off in the middle of both storylines.
This is beautifully filmed, and the music and scenery are terrific. The story is great, what there is of it. I would love to see how this ends. It has lots of potential, and I don't know why they didn't release the remaining part of this series. There are nearly 100,000 views for each episode on Youtube so it seems people are interested in this series, despite not being intact.
If you can stand that this isn't complete, it is worth watching. I gave everything high marks, but low overall only because of only having 3 episodes. I would love to come back and revise this if or when I get to see the remainder.
My main problem with this was something else: the 2-timeline setting. I am never a fan of unfinished business that drags back from the schooldays to the extent of someone's wedding years after (btw, I didn't know they allow same sex marriage in Thailand.. perhaps it's just an unformal wedding.. never mind).
I didn't like the change in the cast. The "schoolboys" cast (the cast you can see on the poster) is great. They should have them grow a beard or smth, better than change to completely different people that give you completely different feel. I couldn't almost recognize who is who, except the one wearing huge glasses as a clue.
I'll definitely check out the movie as I anticipate that to be way better as it has 100 min runtime, and not 3x15. Still, given the infamous "Based on true story" tag, I know that even the movie version of this can turn out to be another emotionally unfinished thing with empty ending..