I never watch her so I dunno...but for me if the storyline is good ....I can be forgiving with acting...I tried them...but...none of her lakorn has appealed to be.
It's one of those lakorns where you choose your side(n'ek). Lol. If that makes any sense. From episode 1-3, so far I just view Vill's character as a "person" on a rampage to destroy everyone who did harm to her in the past life because she couldn't get the guy that she loved. Call it petty or not, I don't know.Is Vill the lead or the other girl?. Like is male lead going to end up with Vill's character or the other girl that plays Mai?.
It's one of those lakorns where you choose your side(n'ek). Lol. If that makes any sense. From episode 1-3, so far I just view Vill's character as a "person" on a rampage to destroy everyone who did harm to her in the past life because she couldn't get the guy that she loved. Call it petty or not, I don't know.
Vill voice and line delivery are still cringey I feel. I have more hope for the lakorn with Film. This one is typical reincarnation uselessnessMaybe I'm just being a pessimist here, but I feel like this lakorn had so much potential, but it is kind of a fail to me because almost everything here is so cliche that you can skip a few episodes and yet still understand what is happening. We have a n'ek blinded by love and then seeks to have her revenge because she was killed horribly and because her lover was a inconsiderate individual (examples of other lakorns that have similar/congruent plot structures: Sarp Phusa, Bpee Kaew Na Hong, Pitsawad, Doy Raeng Atitarn, etc.) And then there is a p'ek who believes that he have never wronged in his past life, in which he tries to prove to the dead girl that he would have never harmed her in the past life. And then at the end we have a cycle of two people trying to prove their contentions about themeselves or one another that they were faithful to one another. I guess the only difference in this lakorn is that the n'ek is a snake. Which, I think is the only redeeming factor for this plot. Nonetheless, if you remove that aspect of the story, I would say that this story is like a duplicate of other lakorns listed above. Honestly, although the ratings says otherwise, I believe that if the story were to focus the plot only on the past life, and actually hone in on the love between Prince Chaiyawong and Anyawadee from start to finish, it would have been a better approach to this kind of storytelling. To actually develop the love between a human and a snake, and then for the human to eventually become disgusted with the snake, and begin showing his flaws as a human being throughout the story would have been better. Instead, the screenwriter decided to incorporate a past-life and present-life storyline that placed little emphasis on the love between Chaiyawong and Anyawadee, in which I personally did not connect with due to the lack of screen time between the two leads in the past life. And to be fair, I do acknowledge my bias that I prefer lakorns set in period times, so I believe that that does play a role into my dissatisfaction with this lakorn. Overall, I am glad Vill's lakorns are finally being aired. However, I just hope that her next projects would be better. I apologize for those who actually enjoy this lakorn, but this is just my take on this drama.