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Since I haven’t finished watching the series this post will serve as a recommendation instead. I came across this jewel of adaptation on Netflix and I honestly wasn’t expecting to like it as much as I do. The adaptation is based on the book Heavy Sweetness Ash-Like Frost by Dian Xian. The movie is in Chinese but thank God for caption we are able to enjoy it.
I am not going to go deep into the plot of the series because again I am just a few episodes in and I think it wouldn’t do it justice if I try to explain what I have learned so far but I will tell you what I have enjoyed since the first episode. I found it beautifully created. The visuals are amazing and the characters engaging. The way in which these different realms are presented gives us a fantastic view into the world Dian Xian has created which now makes me feel like I need to read this book so I can have a better grasp of the story and the characters.
If anything, I can tell you that Ashes of Love is visually impressive with tremendous cinematography. It is funny, it is beautiful and the characters make the story even more entertaining & sweet. Of course, the acting is typical of Chinese fantasy, at times dramatic while other times very lite. If you have the patients for the closed caption I recommend you to take this weekend to watch it and come back and tell me what you think so far. There is no much else I can say about it besides asking you to go watch it. There are 63 episodes of visual estimulation that I can’t wait to get back to. Enjoy it.