The story of a boy born in a big house amid his father's hatred. Before facing the sorrow and the story of endless lust when growing up as a young man. before the story gets worse than anyone expected Just looking through it, you can tell that Chandara's content is no different from the drama after the news in any way. And what's even worse is that its post-apocalyptic character is born from the core of the story. No matter how much people try to make the characters human, they can't get away from the core of the story that the movie dictates to where the story is going. Even the sodomy scenes that are often used in the world of cinema to reflect the state of mind and the story of the character's relationships are merely splendidly beautiful scenes. Because those things don't just add to the depth of the character in any way.
Even the character of Chan Dara, the main character of the story, should have the most depth and dimension of the character. Can unravel the story of the character's life and actions in a single sentence in the movie trailer: "because so So I need a woman's love.” And in the end, we got another factor that abounds.
In this current issue, Chan Dara has been split into two chapters. The plot of the preliminary chapter will tell the story from the birth of Chan. until the breaking point of the story The time spent in the movie is to tell the story like the characters in detail and to see the beauty that the movie conveys in such detail. Therefore, Chan Dara is a film that we can watch over and over and over and over until we can't help but think that if we tie it into four or five parts and put it on TV, we'll get a magnificent TV drama and High quality, coupled with one rated scene that can't be broadcast. Even along the way, the story takes on a variety of emotions, including joy, sadness, or heartache. But with the emotional content like watching a heroine type who has to wait until the last point until the villain hits back , it's like a single feeling that erupts and fades quickly. until I can't help feeling that there's nothing left for us to remember
Aside from that, what I couldn't help but appreciate was that the actors, overall, were able to perform their duties at satisfactory to very good levels. And this is another factor that can hold the audience with the movie for a long time to another level. Almost forgot one thing, Chan Dara himself was behind the turbulent political scene. The analogy of the story in Ban Wissanan as a political scene in the beginning is so interesting that it can be overlapped with the background of the story. But it wasn't much. even stating something plain and obvious We couldn't help but wonder if this interesting thing happened because it was related to the content or was it just the message the director wanted to insert.
If by the time of the last chapter, many things would be clearer than this for sure.