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Rustam Panov
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Fast Feel Love ((EXCLUSIVE))

Urassaya "Yaya" Sperbund plays J, a young woman caring for her boyfriend, Kao (played by Nat Kitcharit), who is competing to become the fastest cup stacking competitor in the world.[3] After Kao is dumped by J, he has to learn basic adulting skills and try to win her back.[1]

Fast Feel Love

Samuel Jamier, executive director of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), said the film is fast-moving with hilarious moments. He also remarked, "As the film says, sport stacking is genderless, ageless and border-free, which is a real game-changer."[1]

Fast & Feel Love ironically puts camerawork and editing more commonly employed in action movies in the service of learning to love and understand ourselves and others. There's lots of great advice for anyone trying to step from adolescence into adulthood, something it's suggested that millennials may struggle with. With a refreshingly original voice and vision, writer-director Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit beautifully uses multiple narrators, a character who knows he's in a movie, sound effects, overdramatic music, and close-ups to insert wry, comic wisdom into this quirky tale about a quirky man competing in a quirky sport while trying to learn how to live life like a responsible adult.

A comedy film more about growing up than stacking cups, Fast & Feel Love is simultaneously fascinating and frustrating. Its humour and film references will please audiences, and there is much to like about the film. Conversely, there is a lot crammed in, to the point where it feels overstuffed and slightly unfocused. I would still recommend Fast & Feel Love. It is a fun movie, capturing the essence of an action blockbuster and managing to stay straight-faced in its sillier moments. But if you want a great spoof film from 2022 with themes related to the real world, check out Cop Secret instead.

...but our lives don't get easier from there. Because we are our own unique loners. I feel like last year wasn't a very good one for me socially; reflecting on this I can feel myself getting back up now this year, unlike the times were I was dominated by closing; claustrophobic feelings and personal fluid thoughts. But the path that I see now can has the priorities settled, and I still sometimes can't tell you all the things I have on my head right now. Amongst the current aging humor or the radiancy of clocks that never-ever cooperate with us, which we drive to our own days to be with one and someone.

Now celebrating its 20th anniversary edition, the New York Asian Film Festival kicks off tonight (Friday, July 15) with the international premiere of Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit's Fast & Feel Love, which is "a thrill-a-minute romcom/stacking-action tale that is as fast moving and quirky as the oddball sport at the center of its plot," according to the official verbiage from the fest. "Throbbing with energy, ingenuity and originality, this spirited send-up of young adulthood is a mesmerizing showstopper."

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You're in love, again. Not just a little bit in love, but an all-encompassing "I've met my soulmate" kind of love. This feels true and real for you, but your friends are giving you the side eye. Should you be worried if you fall in love that quickly?

Whereas some people are slow to open their hearts, others never hold back their emotions. The benefits of emotional vulnerability are many, but what if you don't have many standards before giving away your heart? Falling in love quickly and often may place you at risk for unhealthy relationship experiences.

Some people approach love with reserve, thinking and feeling their way closer to a new potential partner. This doesn't mean they are avoiding love or have strict safeguards in place, such as intentionally withholding their emotions; it simply means they are slower to developing romantic investments. They know who they are and they steadily hold on to themselves as they carefully open their self-concepts up to a new partner. Falling in love is still exhilarating, but it only occurs after a sufficient period of time and connection.

Emophilia describes the tendency to easily fall in love, a tendency that used to be captured by the term "emotional promiscuity." People high in emophilia are eager to fall in love and feel themselves falling in love quite often. They might strongly endorse such statements as, "I feel romantic connections right away," or "I tend to jump into relationships" (Jones, 2019).

In the same way that people high in sociosexuality are open to engaging in sexual behavior outside of a committed relationship, people high in emophilia have low thresholds for what they need prior to falling in love (Jones, 2019).

People high in emophilia often fail to see the obvious "red flags" that others might readily notice, and so they are at risk for falling in love with toxic partners. This includes people higher on the set of personality traits captured by the dark triad: narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy (Lechuga & Jones, 2021). People high in emophilia show more romantic attraction to people with Dark Triad traits than people lower in emophilia; with attraction guiding behavior, this could mean that people high in emophilia find themselves in unhealthy romantic relationships again and again.

Whether you move quickly or slowly, falling in love is an exhilarating experience. You can't stop thinking about your partner and you feel anxious, happy, excited, and full of energy... you're on an emotional high. You feel your day-to-day life changing as you reorient your world around your new partner. This re-centering is a critical part of building a new attachment and creating the "pair bond" that defines long-term relationships, but it is no casual experience: Falling in love changes you.

Kao, who is a thirty-plus years old man-child, is the world champion for being the fastest in sport-stacking and has been called for a competition by Gen Y kids around the world. These kids are up to challenge him and are trying to surpass his world record.

The run time of the comedy feature film Fast & Feel Love is 2 hours and 12 minutes. You will definitely love the plot and the story will keep you at the edge of your seats with gripping action and unending humor with romance as icing on the cake.

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"An action movie about daily life. Feel the speed. Feel the love."Kao, in his thirties, is the world's fastest sports stacking champion and is challenged by kids around the world as they try to break his world record. In the midst of all this, Kao's girlfriend, who has been taking care of him and all the rest of his life for a long time, decides to end their relationship. Like Batman without his Alfred, the king of real life sports stacking becomes a complete loser. While Kao must keep up with emerging stack challengers, this glorious champion must now also learn basic daily life skills.

These surveys focused on heterosexual relationships. Other types of relationships have been comparatively understudied, though a 2000 study of 38 lesbians found that, on average, they declared their love or commitment to a partner after six months. A poll done in 2013 found that 65 per cent of gay men believe in love at first sight, while 60 per cent of lesbians do.

Neurologically speaking, the bonds we feel that we know as love are due to the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin, which activate the reward centre in our brain. These take a fraction of a second to reach the brain, and some studies have shown that just looking at a person you love can activate the same brain region that creates the feelings of euphoria associated with some drugs. 041b061a72




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