This show has to be the best one you might have watched yet in 2023, and we are not saying that lightly or exaggerating.

Please be prepared with some tissues because it’s not even episode two, and we have sore eyes from all that crying.

When you first start watching the first few episodes they filmed, the show will look like how reading a book feels to readers. So it is not so surprising that it was written by Jenny Han and directed by her, which is a brownie point for all those who wanted the feelings of the book attached to the show.

So in episode 2, we see that Belly joins Jeremiah on an important search, but when tension over their past threatens to get in the way, they must find a way to heal their rift to help Conrad.

Conflicts are rising, and it doesn’t feel like summer but more like depressing winters with no flowers and thin, fragile trees all over you; that is how amazingly they have wrapped the emotion ‘sadness’ in a beautiful blanket and presented it in the summer background making viewers question their building emotions.

Understandably, an older audience could only relate to the show a little.

The older audience might have that fear before they start watching it. But each character is so complex and has their own story and struggles, making the show feel much more relatable and enjoyable to watch. You will fall in love with the entire cast, from Belly to Susannah.

The storyline is so mundane, yet it grapples you with the perfection of the characters and the bloody amazing soundtracks. The perspective & emotions soak you in, and you will not be able to help but shed some tears throughout the series.

It goes from a breath of fresh air to just tranquilizing you into the lives of Conrad, Belly & Jeremiah. All the supporting actors have done such a fabulous job so far, and it’s a perfect watch for people in love; it hits the right chord.

Jenny Han’s skillful storytelling, well-developed characters, and evocative directing style create a compelling narrative that resonates with viewers of all ages.

The exploration of love, friendship, and self-discovery, combined with the nostalgic atmosphere of the beach setting, makes this novel turned into series a poignant and relatable coming-of-age tale.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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