There is an old Thai proverb “luuk mai lon mai glai dton” which means, “the fruit does not fall far from the tree” or the English expression “like father like son.” In this particular lakorn, the old proverb is used to indicate its opposite meaning: the child is very much unlike its predecessors. Which encompasses the characters and theme of this lakorn quite well, a story bound with family, relationship and social conflicts. We have Rasa (Suwanant Kongying) who grew up in a struggling family, her mother used to be a maid for a wealthy family and her brother is a no good for nothing son who pesters his family and wife. He also believed that she was adopted because they don’t share any…