I never thought that one day I would watch a Thai drama from beginning to end, and I couldn’t care less about British and American dramas and Japanese and Korean dramas. Where would I want to see Thai dramas? I haven’t even seen two movies. The brush to "A Perfect Couple" was a pure surprise.
This drama seems to be an old-fashioned time-travel story, but the setting is clever, the main line and the secondary line are clear, the love story and the historical story are alternately shown, and the heroine of archaeology has traveled to ancient times, from a careless fat girl to a slim and beautiful woman Karagade, but she is a disgusting evil woman. There is also a fiance who doesn’t even want to look at her and has always misunderstood her murder, that is, the male master Kun P. The story revolves around the two. Due to the ingenious setting and the integration of historical stories and archaeological knowledge, it is said that the degree of historical restoration is very high, coupled with the high value of the male and female protagonists, the main actors’ acting skills are online and the costumes are exquisite, which is worth seeing.
When I clicked "A Perfect Couple", I was attracted by the introduction and stills at first, but I didn’t expect to stop after clicking. I spent the whole weekend sitting on the sofa holding my mobile phone, laughing at my aunt all the time, and occasionally getting up to supervise my little nephew to do his homework and yelling, "Why haven’t you started writing yet?" ! Why is it only two words for a long time? ！” . Probably my aunt laughed for so long that she didn’t have the confidence to roar.
Some people say that this is a poison drama. Where is the poison? Probably the most poisonous is the interesting and sweet interaction between the man and the woman. The director used a lot of close-ups to show it. The eyes of the man and the woman are extremely in place. Especially, every eye of the man is expressing his feelings. Coupled with the sweet-talking stunt, with the 360-degree classical face value of both sides, it really took a screen, and probably that’s how my aunt laughed. Forgive me for my lack of language, and this is not the point I want to write.
Some people say that you don’t need IQ to watch Thai dramas, and so does this one. I wonder, are we spoiled by British and American dramas? Do we have to bring IQ when watching dramas? TV plays can also be entertaining and educational. For example, in this film "A Match Made in Heaven", the setting of crossing triggered the collision of different languages, thoughts and behaviors in different times, which provided a good entertainment function. In terms of education, apart from the interspersed historical knowledge, there are also many places worth learning from the characters’ personalities and behaviors in the play. This is also the main reason why I am interested in writing this drama review (this is also the first drama review).
Let’s talk about the family of Kun P, a typical ancient aristocratic family. The male father is an educator and the emperor’s teacher, and he is very elegant. Although according to ancient ethics, he can say nothing, and his wife and children are not allowed to resist. But more often, he is using the tone of discussion, and most of the time he is guiding. For example, when he sees Kun P staring at the hostess anxiously, he will ask, "Why are you worried?" When you find that the man’s personality and attitude have changed, you will ask, "Son, do you feel that you have changed recently? ….. Why? " When the man proposed to marry the woman, he was so happy, but he repeatedly asked his son, "Have you thought it over? Have you thought about it all night? " Similarly, for his wife, although he didn’t agree with her attitude towards Karagade, he never forced her, but looked for opportunities to persuade him again and again, "As a mother, don’t you want to know what your son thinks?" Should you ask your son? "
Let’s talk about the mother of the man, the image of a typical extended family mother, caring for children and disciplining people. Karagade, the hostess, has been worried about her improper words and deeds before (it’s hard for anyone to accept), but when she found out that her son really liked the hostess, she changed her attitude and tried her best to teach her future daughter-in-law. Later, when her son was left out by the hostess, she immediately said: Don’t worry, son, mom will definitely let her marry you. Later, in order to reassure the hostess, she turned to educate her son: What you said before must have hurt his heart. Please explain it to her. Although the female host was severely disciplined several times, as the male host said, he was afraid that the ignorant female host would cause more serious things in the future.
Male host Kun P, the character is upright and introverted man show, commonly known as Jiaojiao. What impressed him deeply was his communication with the hostess several times.
For the first time, Kun P’s mother suspected that the female host was possessed by a ghost, so she asked him to find out. As a result, the man walked up to the woman, so he came straight to the point and told the truth. "I don’t know why you possessed Karagade, but I advise you to hurry. If you don’t hurry up, you will be scared out of your wits and can’t be born again. I pity you …. What a boy from honest and frank, who provoked his mother to roll her eyes. She is a female ghost. Shouldn’t she secretly investigate first?
The second time, the family went to the temple together, and Karagade tied a strange braid. The man and mother were angry and asked her to go back and comb it again. There are two completely different ways of communication. Mother started from the opposite point of view: "I won’t allow you to tie it like this. It’s too humiliating for you to tie it like this, and it’s also a disgrace to our family. Our big family can’t afford to lose it." If you do, go by yourself! " The man is from the woman’s own point of view: "There is nothing wrong with you, but when you enter the temple like this, you need to accept everyone’s different eyes, which is not good for you at all. I don’t want you to do this." After this, the eyes of the woman changed immediately. I guess it was from this time that the woman began to have a good impression on the man. （P3)
The third time, after arriving at the temple, because everyone suspected that the woman had deliberately murdered the second woman, she had a bad attitude towards her, which made her miss her family and cry sadly in the corridor. When the man saw it, he went to comfort him and sincerely advised the woman to look forward. You are so sad and sad, which will only make the deceased family unable to rest in peace. It seems normal, but you should know that at this time, the male host still hates the predecessor of the female host, and on the other hand, he still thinks that the female host is possessed by ghosts. We are naturally easy to care sincerely for the people we like, but few people we don’t like can do it. Just as Karagade once lamented to her servant that her uncle (male father) was very kind to her, even when she behaved badly before, because her uncle was a real "kind and tolerant" person. I think the man inherited this moral character very well.
The fourth time, it was the woman who was punished by the man and mother with rattan for causing trouble. After the punishment, the man personally grinds ginger for healing, brings a gift secretly bought for the woman, and sends it to her. At this time, the man first comforted the woman, and then said a paragraph to the effect that please forgive your mother. She was actually very sad when she hit you. She was afraid that if she didn’t teach you this time, you would get into something more serious next time, hurting yourself or even losing your life. Finally, I advised Karagade to apologize to her mother when she recovered. Because during the punishment, a bunch of people pleaded, including the man, which made it impossible for the man and mother to do it. During the whole process, both mother and fiancee took care of it and gave them a chance to reconcile.
There are several times later when the female host came from modern times with different ideas, and verbally collided with the male host to varying degrees, even in front of the servants in the market. However, even if the male host was very angry, he didn’t put on the ancient set to punish the female host (at that time, the husband could beat his wife with rattan), and more of them were communication and explanation. Even if the heart is full of jealousy and anger, it is just a matter of reason and intimidation.
Besides, Karagade, our hostess, is careless. Most of the time, she is a bit of a woman, but not entirely for the man. The first time the man took her out, she begged the man to take her to the market by the way. After several times, the man strongly refused. Then, the woman got started, yes, I got started. I mean, I grabbed the man’s arm and shook it, begging and coquetry. At first, I thought it was a bit …, but I thought it was normal when I remembered the atmosphere of the modern family. In modern times, the hostess grew up in a loving family. Her grandmother is kind, her mother is strict but there is no lack of love, and the servant is her good partner. She is a happy fruit at home, and she can lie in her grandmother’s arms and ask for it at any time. Children who grow up in such a family are naturally confident and not afraid of not getting it. In addition to coquetry, she will also please the male host at an appropriate time and let the male host calm down; Mainly to the man and let her take herself out to play. And the reason why she can do this directly to the man is probably because the man makes her feel safe and trustworthy.
Let’s talk about two men and two women. Compared with the "two men" who toss out flowers in most soap operas, they are too quiet and don’t pursue a sense of existence at all. Reung, a man’s best friend, advised the man to care about his fiancee and not let others talk about her at will when people suspected that the woman had deliberately murdered the woman, although he had never met the woman at that time. I’m afraid this is why I mentioned the scene above, and the man advised the woman not to tie her hair like that. Later, I met the female host, and they got along many times. Reung likes the female host Karagade, and he has an innate advantage-he looks the same as her boyfriend before crossing. But he didn’t do anything out of line because of this. Instead, he buried his love in his heart. Even if the woman begged him to take him to the temple, he would say, ask Kun P to see if he agrees. As he later said to the hostess: I like you, but I know your fiance Kun P likes you more, so I can’t bear to do anything. The second woman and the second woman are childhood friends with the man, and they are suitable for each other. When she confirmed that the man likes the woman and is only a friend to her, she was more and more sad silently without jealousy and destruction. If one word is used to describe the character of men and women, it is not an exaggeration to use the word "gentleman". (P4)
In short, the three views of the main characters in the whole play are very positive, there is no boring tearing B, and no one is really annoying. Even the villains show the two sides of the characters more or less. From this point of view, the script is very successful. In addition to always using the stalk of "standing unsteadily and falling", let the male and female main limbs contact. However, we can’t blame them. In ancient times, men and women didn’t kiss and fall, so they didn’t have a chance to hug.
As for some students complaining about the slow pace, I don’t think so. On the contrary, I think that the director has handled it with a degree of relaxation. When the man and the woman interact with each other, the camera can’t wait for the time to stop. Isn’t that what it feels like to be in love? For some unimportant scenes, such as the concubine of the man’s father, the camera passes by, showing that there is a woman sitting opposite the man’s mother, who seems to be in a higher position than the servant, paving the way for the following plot. The man said to the woman loyally, "Never marry a small one."
Finally, whether it is entertaining, educational or ornamental, A Match Made in Heaven is a rare masterpiece.