- Screening Schedule
- Nov 25 (Sun.) 10:00 at Yokogawa Cinema
In the North of Thailand, Matt pursues the dream of her late husband by running his strawberry farms while raising their teenage son, Tan. Growing up in the shadow of his parents’ perfect love, Tan feels the urge to experience the world outside and shape his own future. At 19, Tan arrives in Bangkok to study, and the city is so different from the remote farming community he’s come from. In college, Tan meets June, a young woman whose worldview and adventurous attitude fascinate. The two teenagers set out to explore their emotions and anxiety, while Matt negotiates her past romance with her present feelings.
Director: Nonzee Nimibutr / Producer: Nonzee Nimibutr and Namon Pongvilai / Screenwriter: Kiet Songsanan and Apichett Kamphu Na Ayuthya / Editor: Manussa Vorasingha
Year of production: 2014
Running time: 135’
He’s credited as one of the pioneering forces that brought Thai cinema back to the global spotlight in the late 1990s. Today, he continues to be an influential figure in the filmmaking community and a name that stills commands international attention. In 1997, Nonzee revived the sluggish Thai film industry with “Daeng Bireley and Young Gangsters”. Two years later, he adapted “Nang Nak”, a Thai classic horror story, into a hauntingly romantic tale that became a phenomenon by making the unprecedented 150 million baht. Later he made the erotic drama “Jan Dara”, the social critique “OK Betong”, the historical fantasy “Queen of Langkasuka”, and the thriller “Distortion”. He also produced many of Thailand’s biggest hits, such as “Bangkok Dangerous”, “Bang Rajan”, “Monrak Transistor”, “Last Life in the Universe”, “The Overture”, and one of the country’s best-known love dramas, “The Letter”.