I promised you the moon - How Queer Thai Drama, "I Promised You The Moon," Taught Me to Love Myself
It still isn't because it's not like he did it deliberately behind Oh-aew's back.
But still, would you call that cheating? I might change the ratings at the end, but so far I am given a high score even though I know they will make me suffer :' Visually appealing, the emotional scenes are nicely done too, not to slow or fast paced, it doesn't dwell on too silent moments and it also doesn't have those overbearing music scenes.
I am sure they never compromise when it comes to producing.
He should have understood that being seen kissing with another person by your boyfriend is not a small matter.
Note: It's a obvious that ITSAY is way better than IPYTM but will you actually discredit the work? ACTING: Do I really need to explain a lot about this? He should have tried even harder to resist his emotions but that emotional fool! However, the two broke apart after a disagreement.
If you haven't watched you can skip the 2nd part for now.
'I Promised You the Moon': The ITSAY Sequel Every BL Fan is Waiting For!
Changes are always the hardest to accept, mainly when the fears speak louder than reason.
Where they shed uncertain and sorrowful tears, and where they discovered themselves and their over growing feelings towards one another, their sexual awakening was written in those grains of sand and witnessed by the crashing waves, and their very first time was shared and covered by the blanket of the twilight sea as the beaming moon testified up in the night sky above them.
Teh and Oh-aew were best friends until a boyhood line of reasoning turned them into rivals. Years later as they’re preparing for university admissions, both pursuing interests in the field of Communication Arts, the two meet in a Chinese language class. Their reunion awakens complicated and unstable feelings.
I Promise You the Moon Perfect Paperback – September 20, 2011 by Rhonda Russell (Author) See all formats and editions Perfect Paperback $12.99 2 Used from $12.98 1 New from $12.99 3 Collectible from $22.95 Read more Print length 168 pages Language English Publisher Tate Publishing Publication date September 20, 2011 Dimensions
I Told Sunset About You and its second season, I Promised You The Moon, which concluded in June, have inspired me to find out who I want to become. Growing up queer as an indigenous Māori at an all boys’ school in New Zealand, romance wasn’t for me.
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