[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Two Weeks" Episode 12 2013/09/12,
This episode starts off a little bit disorienting. After resolving the cliffhanger from last episode, there are a lot of sequences that aren't the story taking place in the present day, and it's a little difficult to keep track of who's doing what and what time in the chronological narrative of "Two Weeks. The emotional stuff is effective as usual, but it's nearly an unwelcome interruption given how much was promised in terms of actual, immediate storyline action.
The best way to understand this drama's themes in the context of this episode is in terms of tenacity,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Two Weeks" Episode 11 2013/09/11,
A new dynamic appears this episode as our heroes decide to take on radically different tactics in order to bring the villains to justice. A lot of this drama is just hand-wringing on the part of the lead characters as to the choices they've made in the past and whether these were good and smart choices. Having established that, no, they probably weren't, a full-fledged plan now comes into focus that has genuine legs.
Metaphorically, nothing has actually changed. Tae-San is still on the run, and the drama establishes that, for all the character groth the heroes have been going through, the villains are the same cold, vicious people they were at the start,...More
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