Truths pop out and our excellent guys need to come to a decision what to make of them and how to act upon them. They've to combat their darker aspects so as to do what"s appropriate - best it"s now not so simple to figure out what is good and what is wrong.Dong-chan and Soo-hyeon either have want of the physical evidence proving that Dong-ho wasn"t the murderer. they've got to fight their own needs in addition the folk orchestrating Saet-byeol"s kidnapping and Dong-ho"s execution. The internet of lies and deceptions grows wider, yet clearer. All and sundry from the president of South Korea down to policemen at the local precinct has been tapped and exploited to conceal one primary secret: the president"s son killed Dong-chan"s girlfriend. to hide this secret, the secretary of state has tapped into all kinds of other people and used their goals to control them.
This manipulation is what made the layers of poser paintings for this show. It could also be what made it a little repetitive and convoluted. whilst manipulating individuals and their fears works for a mystery crime drama, it works less when there are too many killers and coincidences. Fate and the mystical component tempered a massive number of the coincidence, but even so, some of it was once too much. Dong-chan changed into at all times in the correct position at the proper time.I do like that the fellow who was once without equal bad guy, the guy with the wrist tattoo, is solely a heartbroken, jaded, revenge driven father. he's who Soo-hyeon may just change into must she lose her daughter. His pressure mirrors hers in a wonderful, rather terrifying, parallel.Saet-byeol isn"t just a kidnapping victim or the object of Soo-hyeon"s and Dong-chan"s fervent mission. In this advanced fabric, she is an autonomous thread, making her own choices and converting outcomes. She is artful and selfless and an absolutely developed persona in her own right. She needs to protects her mom and Dong-chan as desperately as they would like to give coverage to her.
What was sturdy about this episode was that the truths had been exposed and yet the tension lives on in the anticipation of ways the issues created by way of the ones truths can be resolved. What's going to Soo-hyeon and Dong-chan do with what they know? Thus far, Dong-chan has long gone a good distance in repairing his courting with his intellectually disabled brother. the affection between the brothers is extremely poignant. the reality also permits Soo-hyeon to work in conjunction with her egocentric husband Ji-hoon in saving their child. He is barely as selfish and cowardly as all the corrupted political officials. He is a mirrored image of those characters just as the tattooed man is a reflection of Soo-hyeon.At the finish of an overly taxing two weeks, we in any case get to peer what will take place to little Saet-byeol and how Soo-hyeon and Dong-chan will care for the truths that experience been exposed over the fourteen, action-packed days.
Written by Raine from Raine"s Dichotomy
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"God"s Gift - 14 Days" is directed by Lee Dong-hun, written by Choi Ran-I and lines Lee Bo-yeong, Jo Seung-woo, Kim Tae-woo and Jeong Kyeo-woon.
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