I watched a Thai movie entitled Yes or No, and I think I’d watch it since I watched Love of Siam before, which is sort of its counterpart with it being boyxboy and Yes or No being the opposite girlxgirl.
In my opinion, it isn’t really a must-watch, but maybe you could if you’re experiencing the same situation. Frankly speaking, I’m not straight, but let’s not get down to business right here.
So uhm, I think it lacks substance. Well, having watched a lot of Thai movies and encountering this, I think it does. It didn’t really reach up to their 120 minutes limit of movies, and I think it only had two major conflicts in it.
One was internal. Kim is the one who encounters it, and it is recognized when she couldn’t quite figure what she really is and kept asking Pie. Oh yeah, Pie-Kim is the couple here. The other was that Pie’s mom doesn’t approve of girls who dress like boys or “T’s”, in the movie’s context.
And the only conclusion it offered was that Pie, in the end, came back to Kim because she thinks that she can’t lose Kim.
Maybe I’m thinking it lacks substance because I’m mentally comparing its elements with Love of Siam and its abundance of family concepts. Yes or No, though, I think focused mainly on the love between the two girls, one of which hated “T’s” with the influence of her mother, and the other confused of what she really is and doesn’t really care. In the end, they sort of feel the connection and *BOOM*.
On a side note, Kim’s really pretty, but well…she’ll pass being handsome, in a way.
PS: And is it true, what I heard? That they’re a real life couple?
I was afraid. I was confused. I was afraid of everything. That my mom would be angry at me, that my friends would tease me, and I was afraid of others’ eyes. But I know that if I am still afraid, I"LL LOSE YOU. I don’t want to lose you.