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Summarization I Not Stupid Too is a story about the struggle of sibling, Tom and Jerry and their friend Chengchai with their conflicts involving adults around them. Tom and Jerry lived with their parents, grandmother and a maid. Even though they are wealthy and brought up well but as their parent is working and always busy with work they seldom spend time with their kids and just communicate through a note on the fridge. if the parent had a chance to meet them, only to nag them about their studies. in the other hand, Chengchai's mother had passed away and lives with his father, who limp.unlike Tom and Jerry, Chengchai is a poor teenager who used to be beaten as his lesson learnt and punishment by his father. his father never spoke softly and shows affection towards him. Besides the family background difference, these teenagers shared something in common, they are facing the same difficulties; the parent who is not understanding and always mistreat their children; the teacher who loves to label his student; and the mentality of the society as a whole. not only that, this story also shows the attitudes of the student and teenagers with the adult and the manners as a student in school. then, they got into more complicated conflicts that need them thieving and robbing store and an elderly to solve the problem. in the other hand, Jerry who got the main character in the musical drama is struggling to bring his parent to the concert. as the parent both are busy and in unfriendly circumstances, it make it more difficult to him talks to them. in the other hand, Jerry who got the main character in the musical drama is struggling to bring his parent to the concert. as the parent both are busy and in unfriendly circumstances, it make it more difficult to him talks to them. Jerry learnt that an hour of his father's time equal to certain amount of money, then Jerry desperately saving his pocket money, selling his toys and even stealing money from the school canteen to buy his father's time for his performance. although these teenagers have go as far as doing something bad, the flow of this story ends with a happy ending. in the end both parents and teenagers realize and repair each of their mistakes. the plot of the story is interesting because it mixed with sad and comedy genre and can be related with reality in today's life. i enjoyed watching this story very much.

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