A 4-year couple faces a crisis when a cute neighbor and childhood friend comes into the picture. Will their relationship survive?
Cotton Candy: Great Story, Good Stakes, Average Characters & Bad Conclusion. Firstly, this has a good precise, not new but it's done a good way which lives you want more for understanding but sadly we don't get much of that. The Stakes are average but with understanding help us feel for each character, or it should have we only get the guys view of the situation which was weirdly short it didn't help understand the narrative of everyone, like how he feel in love or what was on his mind when he had confirmed his relationship had hit the rock, his struggles e.t.c. With a lack of understanding of the main female leads leads to average character interaction, for the most part the characters interaction is realistic and understandable, things fall apart really fast and the blame goes else where. And Lastly, the Conclusion: the message this story tries to pass across is "sinister", yes gold is better than Wood (I do agree) but A gold bullet aimed at you doesn't make you richer onces it's in your head.
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