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The show is surely beautiful and painstaking. I like the meaning of timeless love portrayed in Grey Rainbow. But it is quite confusing to find a cohesive explanation that applies to the whole show.

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1. On the timeline of story-telling...

I think Porsche is recounting the events that have already happened and the lecture that occurs at the start of Episode 1 happens after Nuer died. I believe he was asked to be a guest speaker to the class. He can't be a long-term lecturer there since he has promised Nuer at the end of the show that he will stay at the elephant camp.

2. On whether Nuer died because of an underlying illness...

I think he does not have one. Nuer wasn't seen going for medical check-ups, taking medicine on a regular basis, reminded by his parents or Porsche to take extra care for himself or showing symptoms of any discomfort prior to his death. However, since Nuer's dad has said before that Nuer's mum was not in pink health, this piece of information can be used to speculate that Nuer might have some form of illness, passed on by his mum.

3. On whether Porsche knew Nuer was going to die...

Porsche had a bad omen with those dreams. I think the crossroad in the courtyard must have prompted Porsche, when Porsche was at the elephant camp with the same crossroad, to think that someone is going to die.

However, there are suspicious words from Porsche at the start of Episode 1. When Porsche chased Nuer's motorbike and they had chat there, Nuer urged Porsche to live on his own instead of his family. Porsche retorted by asking Nuer how long he thinks he can still stay with his family. This prompted a weird look from Nuer. Indeed, this question seems to imply that Porsche knew that Nuer is going to die young. Maybe Porsche knew Nuer has a timebomb-illness (assuming that Nuer does have one) or that Porsche has already had some dreams.

The other thing is the habit of Porsche giving Nuer watches as gifts. In Episode 1, when they were in the dormitory, Nuer even said that he gave a watch so that Nuer has more time to spend. Again, is Nuer running out of time? If so, does Porsche know something that we don't?

It is quite a bold and scary thing to assume that Porsche knew Nuer was going to die from the start. For if this is the case, then Nuer is loving someone whom he knew is going to presumably pass away earlier than he would.

 

 

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25 minutes ago, alvinboi said:

The show is surely beautiful and painstaking. I like the meaning of timeless love portrayed in Grey Rainbow. But it is quite confusing to find a cohesive explanation that applies to the whole show.

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1. On the timeline of story-telling...

I think Porsche is recounting the events that have already happened and the lecture that occurs at the start of Episode 1 happens after Nuer died. I believe he was asked to be a guest speaker to the class. He can't be a long-term lecturer there since he has promised Nuer at the end of the show that he will stay at the elephant camp.

2. On whether Nuer died because of an underlying illness...

I think he does not have one. Nuer wasn't seen going for medical check-ups, taking medicine on a regular basis, reminded by his parents or Porsche to take extra care for himself or showing symptoms of any discomfort prior to his death. However, since Nuer's dad has said before that Nuer's mum was not in pink health, this piece of information can be used to speculate that Nuer might have some form of illness, passed on by his mum.

3. On whether Porsche knew Nuer was going to die...

Porsche had a bad omen with those dreams. I think the crossroad in the courtyard must have prompted Porsche, when Porsche was at the elephant camp with the same crossroad, to think that someone is going to die.

However, there are suspicious words from Porsche at the start of Episode 1. When Porsche chased Nuer's motorbike and they had chat there, Nuer urged Porsche to live on his own instead of his family. Porsche retorted by asking Nuer how long he thinks he can still stay with his family. This prompted a weird look from Nuer. Indeed, this question seems to imply that Porsche knew that Nuer is going to die young. Maybe Porsche knew Nuer has a timebomb-illness (assuming that Nuer does have one) or that Porsche has already had some dreams.

The other thing is the habit of Porsche giving Nuer watches as gifts. In Episode 1, when they were in the dormitory, Nuer even said that he gave a watch so that Nuer has more time to spend. Again, is Nuer running out of time? If so, does Porsche know something that we don't?

It is quite a bold and scary thing to assume that Porsche knew Nuer was going to die from the start. For if this is the case, then Nuer is loving someone whom he knew is going to presumably pass away earlier than he would.

 

this drama was beautifully killing me , lol . I think i need more time to move on from this epic drama .

well that's answer our question about Porche vision in previous episodes that maybe he knew if Neur is going to die . But who is Ice ? why she just appeared at the beginning and the end of this drama ?

 

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9 hours ago, alvinboi said:

The show is surely beautiful and painstaking. I like the meaning of timeless love portrayed in Grey Rainbow. But it is quite confusing to find a cohesive explanation that applies to the whole show.

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1. On the timeline of story-telling...

I think Porsche is recounting the events that have already happened and the lecture that occurs at the start of Episode 1 happens after Nuer died. I believe he was asked to be a guest speaker to the class. He can't be a long-term lecturer there since he has promised Nuer at the end of the show that he will stay at the elephant camp.

2. On whether Nuer died because of an underlying illness...

I think he does not have one. Nuer wasn't seen going for medical check-ups, taking medicine on a regular basis, reminded by his parents or Porsche to take extra care for himself or showing symptoms of any discomfort prior to his death. However, since Nuer's dad has said before that Nuer's mum was not in pink health, this piece of information can be used to speculate that Nuer might have some form of illness, passed on by his mum.

3. On whether Porsche knew Nuer was going to die...

Porsche had a bad omen with those dreams. I think the crossroad in the courtyard must have prompted Porsche, when Porsche was at the elephant camp with the same crossroad, to think that someone is going to die.

However, there are suspicious words from Porsche at the start of Episode 1. When Porsche chased Nuer's motorbike and they had chat there, Nuer urged Porsche to live on his own instead of his family. Porsche retorted by asking Nuer how long he thinks he can still stay with his family. This prompted a weird look from Nuer. Indeed, this question seems to imply that Porsche knew that Nuer is going to die young. Maybe Porsche knew Nuer has a timebomb-illness (assuming that Nuer does have one) or that Porsche has already had some dreams.

The other thing is the habit of Porsche giving Nuer watches as gifts. In Episode 1, when they were in the dormitory, Nuer even said that he gave a watch so that Nuer has more time to spend. Again, is Nuer running out of time? If so, does Porsche know something that we don't?

It is quite a bold and scary thing to assume that Porsche knew Nuer was going to die from the start. For if this is the case, then Nuer is loving someone whom he knew is going to presumably pass away earlier than he would.

 

 

omg :o I'm going to have to look at some of this again. :bawling:

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Okay guys, it's time to get things done the right way here. We, the Paper Plane Subs, would like to share the things we have found out during the time we did the subbing for this series. We don't say that our interpretation is accurate, but we do believe that it will give you some more idea of what had happened in the series. Below this is the spoiler. A very very long one. Please be prepared.

PS. Thanks @Limerence94 for collecting all these details from the line group chat and compiled it in to a long essay. Thank you very much.

 

Spoiler

 

*Theory on the Cause of Nuers Passing*

 

He had an acute myocardial infarction. Nuer shows the sign of being tired pretty easy and it might also be the reason why he lost to Porsche during the boxing scene (The subtle message of the scene is that Nuer finally surrendered himself and his love to Porsche). But the strong evidence is when his dad told Porsches dad that Nuer's mum is unhealthy. Because of her health's condition, she could only deliver Nuer and no more children.

 

*Later on in EP4*, during the hospital scene, the doctor told them that they need the blood donation for Jane. That conversation led us to believe that Nuer can't donate the blood because of the blood type, which is AB and that matched Porsche's. So we were reckless enough to overlook the fact that Nuer answered that not because of the blood type, *but because he just can't do the blood donation, like at all.* That's why he said he can't do that. And he would find someone at the camp to do so. Luckily that Porsche was there so Porsche can offer him and doctor a hand.

 

Thus, we theorise that Nuer might be suffering from an illness unknown to us. (But, we didn't see any sign of Nuer's illness acting up or Nuer going for medical checkup or treatment.)

 

In addition, we theorise that Porsche knows about Nuer's condition at the start. At least, there are strong proofs to believe that Porsche knows something that we don't. Porsche has a habit of gifting a watch to Nuer. We saw Porsche did that twice; he might have done it more often. In EP1, at the dormitory room, Porsche told Nuer that he chose a watch as the gift so that *"You can be a guy with more time to spend."* This perhaps is an indication of Porsche's reluctance to see that forthcoming day. It's a sign that he finally surrendered. (Another reason could be that Nuer's supposed illness requires him to take note of time constantly for his medical treatment.) Another evidence is also in EP1, after Porsche chased Nuer's motorbike, Nuer told Porsche to live on his own away from the family and Porsche retorted Nuer, "How long do you think you can still live with [family]?"

 

However, if this theory that Porsche knew about Nuer's condition at the start is true, it adds an even heavier load onto the much love that Porsche has for Nuer throughout the show.

 

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Next, here are some observations that we made.

 

Again, from the dialogues, you can see that the same lines (or questions) were repeated but the context in which they were used (or replies) changed. And, this change shows a progress in Nuer and Porsche's relationship. One example is the following 3 scenes- the first scene of the series at the railway station, the EP3 scene at the airport on the first day Porsche arrived and the final scene where they held hand after Nuer's passing. In the first and the second ones, Nuer retorted playfully about the distance and asked Porsche, *"Miss Me?"*, but Porsche gave different replies. Porsche didn't answer that question, since he still couldn’t reveal his secret love. However, the second time at the airport during EP3, Porsche answered *"Of course, I do."*, because to him, there's nothing to hide anymore. Same reason for the final scene.

 

Also, in that same conversation where Nuer picked Porsche up at the airport for the first time, Nuer asked Porsche *"why not just move in with me?"*, Porsche didn't answer that question. Later on, it became too late for Porsche to answer the question, but in order to complete his emptiness and continue walking on, he finally gave his answer to Nuer - who is now only alive in his memory. Porsche promised Nuer to stay there and raise their daughter, Tang-on.

 

In the final handholding scene, Nuer asked Porsche again if he were to find a richer, nicer and etc. guy, *can he promise him that he will never change his heart and love the another guy.* Porsche didn't give a proper answer the first time round at the flower field, making a joke on how Nuer broke a promise first. But now that he can't do it in front of Nuer anymore, he has to use this opportunity to also give Nuer the answer to this question. Again, it's too late, but at least it can help him complete. So he gave Nuer a confirmative statement to promise him that he will be the only man whom he loves for eternity.

 

Porsche did not answer Nuer's questions on at least 3 occasions (above) is perhaps because of his habit of thinking a lot to himself. At the finale, Porsche indirectly admitted that by telling Ice that he doesn't have the time to think too much to himself anymore.  And surely at the end, Porsche regretted not saying things to Nuer when he had the chance to.

 

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Next, Ice. Ice = Thought of Porsche. Her answer of the future is the same with Porches’. As for Ice, some people say that she's an imagination or an alter ego... But Ice is more like an inner self- a thought or consciousness. Actually Ice said it herself that she is Porsche's thought.

 

Now think about how tough it was for Porsche during the university era while he had a one-sided love to Nuer and he had to summon his own thought up. And how could he live with that for 4 years without bursting out? Ice was the only one who was supposedly by his side. Now think about how Nuer is important to Porsche. During the last scene, Porsche kicked Ice out of his mind and replaced her with Nuer instead. In order to demean your thought for someone, you need a lot of strength and love to do so. Thats how much Nuer meant to Porsche even in the day that he no longer exists in flesh. He said that he doesn't need ice anymore because he now has Nuer to talk to. (Right after the kissing scene, Ice didnt appear again.)

 

As the final quote of the series says *"0.00 - Our love...will live on forever."* And if you take a look closely at the last scene -  the swing, where Nuer and Porsche have a cute conversation together, Nuer, in the form of Porsche's thought, said that *"Everything changes, Porsche. Except my love to you that will always remain the same."* Yes, because *Nuer is no more alive.* So, *to Porsche, the last and the final thing he could get to live with in his memory is the love of Nuer.*, which will never ever change again at all, no matter what, since Nuer is no longer there already.

 

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*Let's move to Jane*, her fate is very clear at the last scene. When Nuer's Mum and Dad have a conversation together while they are welcoming the guests.

 

Talking about that, Jane and Watt relationship is the reference to Madame Butterfly, the play both of them did together during the university. While some people are too furious with the fact that Nuer and Porsche can't live together "in person" for the rest of their lives, they overlook the fact that Nuer and Porsche, which represents the Homosexual Couple, has a successful family, a complete one as Porsche always wants from the very first episode, one that consists of love, marriage license (though a fake one), a baby and perhaps an acceptance of the society. But Jane and Watt, which represents the Heterosexual Couple, doesn't end up that way. They ended up as a, if we may say, failed couple. So instead of judging that the series is walking in the same old direction, which ended up with the death of gay couple, this one is certainly not. No one can live forever. But the most beautiful thing ever is how love can live on forever. And Nuer and Porsche has that forever love.

 

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From the multiple quote scenes, we believe that the story is told by Porsche in a diary form. The time in the quote is the duration of time that Nuer and Porsche spent during that scene. So, the scene where Porsche stop the time is an imagination by Porsche on what he would have done if he could re-write this scene in his diary of memories.

When it comes to the last quote, it's 0.00, which is an infinite number, which means *'Our love...will live on forever.'*

 

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Anyway, in EP1, when Porches is speaking on the podium, is that in the future? After a guy suddenly comes up with question, "Are you gay?", the frame changes. The timeline is either going back or forward. Kind of confuse about timeline here.

 

*Answers from Paper Plane Subs:*

Subbers Alex and Jee: We think that its part of his assignment and its happened in the past. Porsche gave promise to Nuer that he would stay with him at the Elephant Camp. Anyway, the university is also in Chiang Mai so theres a still a huge chance that he has taken lecturer as a part time job for a specific topic.

Editor: I think that Porsche is in the future after Nuer died, when he gave that lecture as a guest lecturer invited by his professor (who is also there) perhaps.

 

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*Two questions for the first frame: *

1. Is it really Nuer who sent Tang-on to school?

2. What video Porsche was showing?

 

*Answer from Ben: *

Maybe Nuer didnt die on that wedding day. He died sometimes after the wedding. Dont know when. And he still has time to stay with Porsche and tang-on. So that's why they showed us those scenes with grown up tang on and Nuer.

 

*Another explanation of this scene by Adam:*

 

Maybe it's to mean that it is Nuer's duty to send Tang on to school because Porsche is too nervous to ride bike.

But finally he has to do it because Nuer is no longer around.

 

*Answer from Alex: *

Its an abstract scene showing that it would supposed to be Nuer who sent Tang-on to school if only he was still alive. Anyway, the motorbike is pretty much a symbolic here. Porsche used to deny to be the one who rides the motorbike but Nuer kept on pushing him to practice the ride. But in the final scene, we see Porsche rides the motorbike on this own to take Tang-on to school. This means that he has finally overcome his fear and is pretty capable of doing things that he used to rely on Nuer better on his own.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Aekiokung said:

Okay guys, it's time to get things done the right way here. We, the Paper Plane Subs, would like to share the things we have found out during the time we did the subbing for this series. We don't say that our interpretation is accurate, but we do believe that it will give you some more idea of what had happened in the series. Below this is the spoiler. A very very long one. Please be prepared.

PS. Thanks @Limerence94 for collecting all these details from the line group chat and compiled it in to a long essay. Thank you very much.

 

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*Theory on the Cause of Nuers Passing*

 

 

 

He had an acute myocardial infarction. Nuer shows the sign of being tired pretty easy and it might also be the reason why he lost to Porsche during the boxing scene (The subtle message of the scene is that Nuer finally surrendered himself and his love to Porsche). But the strong evidence is when his dad told Porsches dad that Nuer's mum is unhealthy. Because of her health's condition, she could only deliver Nuer and no more children.

 

 

 

*Later on in EP4*, during the hospital scene, the doctor told them that they need the blood donation for Jane. That conversation led us to believe that Nuer can't donate the blood because of the blood type, which is AB and that matched Porsche's. So we were reckless enough to overlook the fact that Nuer answered that not because of the blood type, *but because he just can't do the blood donation, like at all.* That's why he said he can't do that. And he would find someone at the camp to do so. Luckily that Porsche was there so Porsche can offer him and doctor a hand.

 

 

 

Thus, we theorise that Nuer might be suffering from an illness unknown to us. (But, we didn't see any sign of Nuer's illness acting up or Nuer going for medical checkup or treatment.)

 

 

 

In addition, we theorise that Porsche knows about Nuer's condition at the start. At least, there are strong proofs to believe that Porsche knows something that we don't. Porsche has a habit of gifting a watch to Nuer. We saw Porsche did that twice; he might have done it more often. In EP1, at the dormitory room, Porsche told Nuer that he chose a watch as the gift so that *"You can be a guy with more time to spend."* This perhaps is an indication of Porsche's reluctance to see that forthcoming day. It's a sign that he finally surrendered. (Another reason could be that Nuer's supposed illness requires him to take note of time constantly for his medical treatment.) Another evidence is also in EP1, after Porsche chased Nuer's motorbike, Nuer told Porsche to live on his own away from the family and Porsche retorted Nuer, "How long do you think you can still live with [family]?"

 

 

 

However, if this theory that Porsche knew about Nuer's condition at the start is true, it adds an even heavier load onto the much love that Porsche has for Nuer throughout the show.

 

 

 

●●●●●●●

 

 

 

Next, here are some observations that we made.

 

 

 

Again, from the dialogues, you can see that the same lines (or questions) were repeated but the context in which they were used (or replies) changed. And, this change shows a progress in Nuer and Porsche's relationship. One example is the following 3 scenes- the first scene of the series at the railway station, the EP3 scene at the airport on the first day Porsche arrived and the final scene where they held hand after Nuer's passing. In the first and the second ones, Nuer retorted playfully about the distance and asked Porsche, *"Miss Me?"*, but Porsche gave different replies. Porsche didn't answer that question, since he still couldn’t reveal his secret love. However, the second time at the airport during EP3, Porsche answered *"Of course, I do."*, because to him, there's nothing to hide anymore. Same reason for the final scene.

 

 

 

Also, in that same conversation where Nuer picked Porsche up at the airport for the first time, Nuer asked Porsche *"why not just move in with me?"*, Porsche didn't answer that question. Later on, it became too late for Porsche to answer the question, but in order to complete his emptiness and continue walking on, he finally gave his answer to Nuer - who is now only alive in his memory. Porsche promised Nuer to stay there and raise their daughter, Tang-on.

 

 

 

In the final handholding scene, Nuer asked Porsche again if he were to find a richer, nicer and etc. guy, *can he promise him that he will never change his heart and love the another guy.* Porsche didn't give a proper answer the first time round at the flower field, making a joke on how Nuer broke a promise first. But now that he can't do it in front of Nuer anymore, he has to use this opportunity to also give Nuer the answer to this question. Again, it's too late, but at least it can help him complete. So he gave Nuer a confirmative statement to promise him that he will be the only man whom he loves for eternity.

 

 

 

Porsche did not answer Nuer's questions on at least 3 occasions (above) is perhaps because of his habit of thinking a lot to himself. At the finale, Porsche indirectly admitted that by telling Ice that he doesn't have the time to think too much to himself anymore.  And surely at the end, Porsche regretted not saying things to Nuer when he had the chance to.

 

 

 

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Next, Ice. Ice = Thought of Porsche. Her answer of the future is the same with Porches’. As for Ice, some people say that she's an imagination or an alter ego... But Ice is more like an inner self- a thought or consciousness. Actually Ice said it herself that she is Porsche's thought.

 

 

 

Now think about how tough it was for Porsche during the university era while he had a one-sided love to Nuer and he had to summon his own thought up. And how could he live with that for 4 years without bursting out? Ice was the only one who was supposedly by his side. Now think about how Nuer is important to Porsche. During the last scene, Porsche kicked Ice out of his mind and replaced her with Nuer instead. In order to demean your thought for someone, you need a lot of strength and love to do so. Thats how much Nuer meant to Porsche even in the day that he no longer exists in flesh. He said that he doesn't need ice anymore because he now has Nuer to talk to. (Right after the kissing scene, Ice didnt appear again.)

 

 

 

As the final quote of the series says *"0.00 - Our love...will live on forever."* And if you take a look closely at the last scene -  the swing, where Nuer and Porsche have a cute conversation together, Nuer, in the form of Porsche's thought, said that *"Everything changes, Porsche. Except my love to you that will always remain the same."* Yes, because *Nuer is no more alive.* So, *to Porsche, the last and the final thing he could get to live with in his memory is the love of Nuer.*, which will never ever change again at all, no matter what, since Nuer is no longer there already.

 

 

 

●●●●●●●

 

 

 

*Let's move to Jane*, her fate is very clear at the last scene. When Nuer's Mum and Dad have a conversation together while they are welcoming the guests.

 

 

 

Talking about that, Jane and Watt relationship is the reference to Madame Butterfly, the play both of them did together during the university. While some people are too furious with the fact that Nuer and Porsche can't live together "in person" for the rest of their lives, they overlook the fact that Nuer and Porsche, which represents the Homosexual Couple, has a successful family, a complete one as Porsche always wants from the very first episode, one that consists of love, marriage license (though a fake one), a baby and perhaps an acceptance of the society. But Jane and Watt, which represents the Heterosexual Couple, doesn't end up that way. They ended up as a, if we may say, failed couple. So instead of judging that the series is walking in the same old direction, which ended up with the death of gay couple, this one is certainly not. No one can live forever. But the most beautiful thing ever is how love can live on forever. And Nuer and Porsche has that forever love.

 

 

 

●●●●●●●

 

 

 

From the multiple quote scenes, we believe that the story is told by Porsche in a diary form. The time in the quote is the duration of time that Nuer and Porsche spent during that scene. So, the scene where Porsche stop the time is an imagination by Porsche on what he would have done if he could re-write this scene in his diary of memories.

 

When it comes to the last quote, it's 0.00, which is an infinite number, which means *'Our love...will live on forever.'*

 

 

 

●●●●●●●

 

 

 

Anyway, in EP1, when Porches is speaking on the podium, is that in the future? After a guy suddenly comes up with question, "Are you gay?", the frame changes. The timeline is either going back or forward. Kind of confuse about timeline here.

 

 

 

*Answers from Paper Plane Subs:*

 

Subbers Alex and Jee: We think that its part of his assignment and its happened in the past. Porsche gave promise to Nuer that he would stay with him at the Elephant Camp. Anyway, the university is also in Chiang Mai so theres a still a huge chance that he has taken lecturer as a part time job for a specific topic.

 

Editor: I think that Porsche is in the future after Nuer died, when he gave that lecture as a guest lecturer invited by his professor (who is also there) perhaps.

 

 

 

●●●●●●●

 

 

 

*Two questions for the first frame: *

 

1. Is it really Nuer who sent Tang-on to school?

 

2. What video Porsche was showing?

 

 

 

*Answer from Ben: *

 

Maybe Nuer didnt die on that wedding day. He died sometimes after the wedding. Dont know when. And he still has time to stay with Porsche and tang-on. So that's why they showed us those scenes with grown up tang on and Nuer.

 

 

 

*Another explanation of this scene by Adam:*

 

 

 

Maybe it's to mean that it is Nuer's duty to send Tang on to school because Porsche is too nervous to ride bike.

 

But finally he has to do it because Nuer is no longer around.

 

 

 

*Answer from Alex: *

Its an abstract scene showing that it would supposed to be Nuer who sent Tang-on to school if only he was still alive. Anyway, the motorbike is pretty much a symbolic here. Porsche used to deny to be the one who rides the motorbike but Nuer kept on pushing him to practice the ride. But in the final scene, we see Porsche rides the motorbike on this own to take Tang-on to school. This means that he has finally overcome his fear and is pretty capable of doing things that he used to rely on Nuer better on his own.

 

 

 

Albeit I still have to watch the 4th episode subbed, I would like to thank you again, collectively, for the very commendable translation. Furthermore, I am really glad for the explanatory notes that enable me now to grasp the depth of the movie! Impatient as I am, I watched raw excerpts from the last chapter. I was really saddened by Nuer's death in the storyline. As a matter of fact, in a conventional way, before knowing the "background" and the English subs, one could have a valid point by complaining about another sad ending. However, I can see clearly now how the writer and the director put it all together in a very unique and touching way, that trandescends simple BL stories we used to. It is really touching. It also gives many messages to ponder about. Sad…yes… but  it also affirms a true and everlasting love

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Geeez!! started watching last night and I just can't let it go!! like I slept with a smile on my face thinking of NUERRRR!! he's so cute! ^_^ 

btw, I only finished watching 2 eps last night and later on I'll watch the remaining 2 eps.. so sad that there are only 4 eps.. anyone knows if there's season 2??

can't wait to finish watching but I dont want it ti be finish! am I going crazy?? :P

 

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1 hour ago, jham90 said:

Geeez!! started watching last night and I just can't let it go!! like I slept with a smile on my face thinking of NUERRRR!! he's so cute! ^_^ 

btw, I only finished watching 2 eps last night and later on I'll watch the remaining 2 eps.. so sad that there are only 4 eps.. anyone knows if there's season 2??

can't wait to finish watching but I dont want it ti be finish! am I going crazy?? :P

 

 

From the hints we have just got today from the official page of the studio, I believe that there's a huge chance of season 2 with the return of the one we love. But we have to wait and see of how the scriptwriter team is going to play with this.

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the ending... left me... gasping... for breath. ... :sweatingbullets:

The last finale episode just left me floods on my own tears! I was not expecting such sad ending to such a beautiful life... 

Oh but well, tragic love stories often tell us that reason and passion can't be reconciled.

Yet such stories can be so compelling, we forget the lessons they're trying to teach...:heart:

 

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Oh Grey Rainbow... :)

I remember clicking on the YouTube notification as soon as Paper Plane Subs painstakingly translated each episode, haha.

The first 3 episodes will always have a special place in my heart. ;) Kudos to the staff and crew for giving us more-than-the-usual BL show on local TV!

It may not be perfect... but no one can deny that it successfully tackled socio-political issues during most of its run--a feat that makes most BL shows pale in comparison. And that makes it one-of-a-kind! :wub:

PS: Their real-life exchanges in IG are truly something! Hee hee. :D:phew:B)

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I watched the series 4 episodes im arow.The story is a roller coaster of emotions. Happy angry sad mad  joyful, and i havr to pause several scene just to smile and shout yes(the part where nuet kiss proschein d boxing ring). And then the ending, not alot of stories can makes me cry, this is ome of the rarest gem! And yes i watched it 3x already, skipping my gym session, out with friends, etc just to see in details if imissed anything. 

Overall i love the movie, but i would be thankful if they would hav alternative ending, like difector"s cut .. I cant read thai so i would really appreciate if peeps here can update the series fb, ig of both of them, if there is anything importsnt.

 

thank you thailand for one of d best series ever,

 

 

from KL with love

Jay

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Just want to drop you guys a note that there is a HUGE possibility for second season of Grey Rainbow. However, there is still no confirmation yet. I will keep you guys update when I hear anything more.

 

BTW, latest tweet from the director is partly confirming the news. We will have to wait and see.

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i am still so sad about the ending! it's already been a week and i can't get over it. kinda wished they focused more on porsche and neua and not on unnecessary characters and drama. next door neighbor issue was pointless and could have focused more on their love at the elephant farm.

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3 hours ago, mongstaness said:

i am still so sad about the ending! it's already been a week and i can't get over it. kinda wished they focused more on porsche and neua and not on unnecessary characters and drama. next door neighbor issue was pointless and could have focused more on their love at the elephant farm.

The person in the next door neighbour issue, namely Sam, represented a typical homophobe, and because of his actions, Nuer & Porsche made the decision to host a wedding (as shown in many promotional photos). That's a really meaningful outcome.

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12 hours ago, Aekiokung said:

Just want to drop you guys a note that there is a HUGE possibility for second season of Grey Rainbow. However, there is still no confirmation yet. I will keep you guys update when I hear anything more.

 

BTW, latest tweet from the director is partly confirming the news. We will have to wait and see.

 

I'm happy and excited, BUT Nuer is dead. How is the story going to continue?

On 6/1/2016 at 10:01 AM, Aekiokung said:

 

Here you are https://www.facebook.com/Viewsoflovetheseries

 

I hope so.

 

They should have a page just for grey rainbow haha

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OMG ... I come i am sooo late :'( but better late then never right?? Ok i just finished the first ep.. and i got to tell you its more deeper then any of the BL i saw so far.. because its talking about laws rights about LGBT and i think this giving kinda clear picture which i didnt get from Lovesick and hormones .. because i think LGBT is still not as free as i assumed seeing other series i mention..
I Love the couple they are very good looking young lads and i think they do have a good chemistry on screen.. I really wish there be a second season and I really hope for a good kiss and other affectionate scenes which will convey more dept to these boys relationship

Okk i am done,,, and its 5 in the moring and i feel so empty why nure have to die and why it can be they are fighting together why? :bawling: I should have get spoiled because now i am crying like a baby ..

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