i so agree w/ you NiTha...i am so missing this lakorn...hmm...i know everyone is so into Sawan Bieng now too, but like you said...i guess that one will do for now...i am hestiantly looking into that one...and as for tye's new one w/ yard...i think i may pass on that one too...it's just not the same w/o noon.I miss this lakorn already. It was really good and hilarious. I laughed so hard during Tye's dream that it was 50 years later! Thinking about makes me laugh now. It was the only lakorn i watched from beginning to end. I guess Sawan Bieng will do for now. I want to see Tye in another lakorn but not the one with him in Yard tho.
mintwix, you put it best...you summed up how i feel about this lakorn too. gosh...the only thing i would have wanted more was screen time for the couple to be together...but the postcards made up for that...and i really did like how they showcased tye's character's feelings for noon in the end...hmm...and you know what i'm in that minority w/ you...i like this lakorn more than JLR!Gosh I swear, this has become my all time favorite lakorn. I love everything about it. I'm satisfied with the ending, although I can say they should've added MORE sweets scenes and I was actually rooting for the kiss! But Poo made up for it by hugging Gnamtha tightly in the end.
RAWR I still can't get over it. Poo's postcard messages were so sweet. The amazing thing is, even though Tye's and Noon's onscreen time didn't amount to much at the end, it was still possible to be in touch with the atmosphere of the lakorn and the moods of the character. Like all of the experiences that Poo and Gnamtha had together, was enough to help the audience understand what it would amount to. Like Gnamtha's airplane poem.. poo later recites it and it just makes perfect sense since it describes how he feels when she left for America. And that flying paper thingy.. pretty corny but loovveeed it! And I like how in this serie, they actually used a diversity of songs to fit the scenes..not just the same ole theme songs... I'm probably in the minority here, but I love this serie more than JLR. It was a good idea how they emphasized Poo's love for Gnamtha. Usually, a typical romantic comedy would just showcase the couple automatically having a happy ending...But the fact that Poo was willing to wait so long for Gnamtha really gave strength to their love and bond. ~sigh~ Love it :blush: I'll be tuning on to it everytime I feel down. Gosh, and Noon is such an amazing crier. oooh I do pray Tye and Noon have more collaborations!
mintwix, you put it best...you summed up how i feel about this lakorn too. gosh...the only thing i would have wanted more was screen time for the couple to be together...but the postcards made up for that...and i really did like how they showcased tye's character's feelings for noon in the end...hmm...and you know what i'm in that minority w/ you...i like this lakorn more than JLR!
hi yaso. From what you described, I think you understand the conversation and maybe just need a little bit of confirmation. :blush: And yep you have a lot of questions. I think Kara told Poo in a very casual way, so casual that it gives Poo the impression that Gnamtha just wanted to go to America for no other reason except simply that she wanted to (this should also answer your question...that.. at the time Poo didn't know of Earth's heart problem...except I think we can assume that Poo finds out only after Gnam decided not to leave for America that one time and stay w/ him for a while). As for why Tye and Noon bot gets mad, I think the scene expects us to understand the emotional reasons of the characters. Tye first asks Noon if she's leaving for America and she doesn't give him a reason but in turn asked him where he found out. It's unspoken, but they have become a special someone to one another. He gets mad b/c he noy jai (dunno english word for it). He was prob assuming her to be more willing to explain automatically. When she asked him, "Can't you be more reasonable?" It prob made him more mad too, b/c sometimes there is no reason for love (+jealousy ). Obviously, he was like: "Reason! Do I need a reason?!" Likewise, Noon gets mad at Tye b/c naturally, you would expect your significant other to be more trusting of you. Normally, ppl would want the person they most care about to trust them right. It's all really unspoken. They're basically noy jai at each other. It's all about love and trust. Iono. That's just my take on it. Maybe others assumed differently. Don't know if I answered all of your questions.thanks mintwix...it's so hard finding pics of noon...but with two more great lakorns to add to her filmography...hopefully she gets more recognition. ok...so i was rewatching episodes...and i although i only understand a bit of thai...i can make out most of the conversations...and of course i always come here and check w/ my fellow sarnies...but there is one conversation that i just cannot make out and it is so frustrating me...and that's the big one when they argue about noon leaving for america w/ earth. can someone tell me why tye's character is so mad...i mean i know that karla told him that noon would leave w/ earth. how does karla say it? i mean you could so tell tye was so mad already before talking to noon. and then he yells at her first before an explanation (sticking to the lakorn formula) and i guess that upsets noon too so she fires back and tells tye she is going to america w/ earth b/c she loves him...so i guess i just didn't get everything in between...can some enlighten me...what does tye say to noon that gets her made...and what does noon say to tye before declaring that she'll go w/ earth...oh and one last question...does tye ever learn about earth's heart problem...and that that's the reason noon was willing to leave? i know i ask so much...but i really like this lakorn and i so want to know what happened...if i didn't i'd just gloss over it...but i really do like...ok...i've gone on long enough...thanks for whatever info in advance.