The story of this series is paper thin. The primary two characters are Fuse and Tee. When Fuse finds his girlfriend cheated on him, he finds solace in Tee, a young boy who shows immense interest in him, but Fuse is confused. Doesn’t know what he wants. Then we have this other couple Book and Frame. Frame is outgoing guy who sleeps around while Book is this really shy guy. They have a chance sexual encounter and how this changes the equation between them forms the crux of their story. There is a whole load of other characters as well who add to the story. Frame’s sister who does cosmetics business, her lover, her admirer. Then there are other boys in the school, and each of them have their own story going on. We also have Rod, who has a huge crush on Fuse. Anyway, there is not much to the story necessarily, and the series just follows their day to day activities of love, heart-break, jealousy and friendship.
I am not sued to Thai series, so I maybe reacting a bit weird; but I found the acting, especially people’s reactions to any situation very dramatic and over the top. In fact the boys look a bit awkward. Sometimes, the reactions made me laugh out loud. I blame all this to the directors but then maybe this is how thai series are. I will have to watch more. Also the series is way too long. There are many side stories and even the main stories drag out. Each of the episode should have been of about 20 minutes each and crisp. I think that would have added a lot to the merits of this series. Book and Frame have good chemistry which was completely lacking between Fuse and Tee. On a positive note, the boys were all very cute. It was surprising to see how comfortable everyone in school is with anyone’s sexuality. It was never shown as a big deal being gay. Is that Thai culture really that advanced? I doubt so. Interestingly, none of the young boys’ parents were shown and it felt, they all belong to affluent families with constant junk food eating, buying cosmetics and hanging out with friends. Nothing wrong with that but just an observation.
The story and the plot is promising but I am highly disappointed with a teenage like execution but then I guess its the teenagers who were the target audience for this series. (5/10)