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36 minutes ago, joccu said:

watched the first Tunnel episode yesterday. It is still so good. :love:

 

 

The only bad thing about re-watching the psychological thrillers is, you know who the ultimate baddie is. But then again, I don't mind it, the drama as a whole was enjoyable. 

 

Hey there @Min2206  :Pandabulous:

 

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1 hour ago, partyon said:

 

 Oooh, I've seen pictures of Kerala. Nature look stunning there. :heart4: The closest I've been to is Sri Lanka. Is the climate similar in Kerala?

 


It’s been only almost 3 years, me being settled in Kerala but I gotta admit that the nature’s scenery is breathtaking ! (yet to explore more)

 

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Rainy season is the best to experience scenery !
(except for the past 3 years ...hit by flood in some parts of Kerala ) 

 

Backwaters, waterfalls, mountain greenery and rain is what I love the most in Kerala
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Yes, Climate pattern is similar to Sri Lanka 

But I hate summer over here, being a developing state electricity, roads etc sucks here !

 

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@4evrkdrama Wow, so beautiful! :love: Looks like you have tea plantations there as well?

I thoroughly enjoyed the tea plantations in Sri Lanka. I still have some tea left I brought with me from there (I bought a lot!). I think I shall have some today.  :kiss_wink:

 

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7 minutes ago, 4evrkdrama said:

It’s been only almost 3 years, me being settled in Kerala but I gotta admit that the nature’s scenery is breathtaking ! (yet to explore more)

 

 

That is one of the places in India I wish to visit the most 

 

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14 minutes ago, 4evrkdrama said:

 

Rainy season is the best to experience scenery !
(except for the past 3 years ...hit by flood in some parts of Kerala ) 

 

Backwaters, waterfalls, mountain greenery and rain is what I love the most in Kerala

Yes, Climate pattern is similar to Sri Lanka 

But I hate summer over here, being a developing state electricity, roads etc sucks here !

 

Beautiful scenery @4evrkdrama thanks for sharing

 

49 minutes ago, Thong Thin said:

WoW !... your clan of familes must be very large in order to baked 50-60 tins of cookies yearly.

 

Not just for relations, neighbours, colleagues, friends and guests



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2 minutes ago, joccu said:

@Sleepy Owl that is true. there are only few psychological thrillers that I have watched again.

 

Yeah, I don't remember if I ever re-watched a psychological thriller before, I think I did at least one re-watch, but don't remember which one. I tried to do it with some, but since I knew about it, I didn't enjoy them much. Hopefully it will not be the case here, plus since we will be posting on the episodes, I will participate since we have got some first time watchers. So it will be interesting to read their theories. 

 

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@partyon yes yes 

Munnar ,Vayand, Idukki etc in Kerala is famous for tea plantation and attracts tourists !

 

By the way Am gonna start watching tunnel tonight ! 
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Have you watched W - two worlds ? What about @Min2206 @Sleepy Owl @Thong Thin @joccu @Nodame 

if yes, did u like it ?

I re-watched it 2 months ago & since I didn’t remember plot flow of movements(thanks to my super memory)  it was still a thriller for me ! 

 

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4 minutes ago, 4evrkdrama said:

Have you watched W - two worlds ?

if yes, did u like it ?

 

I tried watching it twice and dropped both times before the halfway mark :joy:

 

I will give it a try a third time(not very soon though), since I am still finding the plot interesting. But didn't like that initial developments happening. 

 

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1 minute ago, joccu said:

@4evrkdrama I tried to watch it but dropped it like after 4 episodes.

 

I am not alone then, I also dropped around the same mark. First I dropped around the 3rd episode, next I think all I could go was till the 5 or 6th episode. 

 

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7 minutes ago, 4evrkdrama said:

 

Have you watched W - two worlds ? What about @Min2206 @Sleepy Owl @Thong Thin @joccu @Nodame 

if yes, did u like it ?

I re-watched it 2 months ago & since I didn’t remember plot flow of movements(thanks to my super memory)  it was still a thriller for me ! 

 

Yes, I have watched W - I like it, like the chemistry between the 2 leads, but I have to watch twice to understand it
It was a bit easier to follow, compared to TKEM 

Now am watching another time travel - Tunnel (re-watch) :D


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watching random stuff on YT and find a netflix trailer that actually looks interesting to me. wonder if it will be released in my region. if nothing else, can be virtual tourist through the movie and check out azerbaijan. hahahahha...

 

 

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6 minutes ago, 4evrkdrama said:

which are the other places you wish to ? Goa is in list ?

 

where are you from ?

@Min2206 @Sleepy Owl @joccu @Thong Thin

 

Well, firstly I am from India. 

 

As for Goa, it is in my list, but I am not really that excited to go there, compared to Kerala or Eastern States of India. Wouldn't mind going to Goa though, but as I said, if I have the option, I will choose Kerala over it, since it has got more things to offer. 

 

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25 minutes ago, Lmangla said:

watching random stuff on YT and find a netflix trailer that actually looks interesting to me. wonder if it will be released in my region. if nothing else, can be virtual tourist through the movie and check out azerbaijan. hahahahha...

 

 

What amazes me a lot is that "Tragic love" genre has been there for centuries and still it can attract people to it, if it is well written. We've had the likes of "Layla Majnun" which originated from Arabia around 8-9th century I guess, or maybe +-1, "Shirin and Farhad" (also known as Khusrow and Shirin" from Persia a couple of centuries later, and then we've got Romeo and Juliet which I think came in later 16th century (If I am not wrong). 

 

These are the only ones I know, but I am sure, there are many more works like this in other languages and countries. But as I said, this has been a thing for more than almost 1000 years now and I believe it will continue being a thing in future too :rubchin:

 

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25 minutes ago, Sleepy Owl said:

 

Well, firstly I am from India. 

 

As for Goa, it is in my list, but I am not really that excited to go there, compared to Kerala or Eastern States of India. Wouldn't mind going to Goa though, but as I said, if I have the option, I will choose Kerala over it, since it has got more things to offer. 

 

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I've been in Kerala and Karnataka some years ago. Too much food! :lol:

 

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7 minutes ago, Sleepy Owl said:

What amazes me a lot is that "Tragic love" genre has been there for centuries and still it can attract people to it, if it is well written.

historically, in most literature, people who fall in love all die and have tragic endings. that was more common than happy endings. so yea, for long time, love was a kind of luxury. from a literary view, I feel like most rom-coms these days are really boring because they have no bite to them. there is no real emotion or conflict or dpeth and so it feels flat and mostly flakey. something that would be quickly forgotten after a season. if I have to think of a romance movie/drama I really liked, I feel like I have to think back quite a while ago. :sweatingbullets:

 

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11 minutes ago, Lmangla said:

historically, in most literature, people who fall in love all die and have tragic endings. that was more common than happy endings. so yea, for long time, love was a kind of luxury. from a literary view, I feel like most rom-coms these days are really boring because they have no bite to them. there is no real emotion or conflict or dpeth and so it feels flat and mostly flakey. something that would be quickly forgotten after a season. if I have to think of a romance movie/drama I really liked, I feel like I have to think back quite a while ago. :sweatingbullets:

 

 

You are actually right here, Chingu. Thing is, writing a tragic love story requires more work than writing a rom-com, even if it is an average Tragic Love Story, mainly because the main point is for the viewers to feel the emotions portrayed.

 

Now of course doing it through screens is much easier now, and main reason for the likes of Romeo and Juliet, Layla Majnun being so famous is that they did the same through the words in a book. Yes, Romeo and Juliet was more of a play and was supposed to be played on stage, but Layla Majnun was a story passed on and the author of Shirin Farhad wrote it in a form of poem. So it takes a lot to make people feel that way just through words and books than the screen. So the reason we still hear their names and see series/movies been made on their basic plot shows how brilliant those works were. 

 

But on the other than, I for one, very rarely go for tragic love. Not that I don't like it, I have watched a lot of movies based on this genre, but then again, I don't always go for it. I usually watch rom-coms for the comic relief, and this is the reason I watch less rom-coms in a year than other genre. 

 

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