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Suddenly Twenty (2017) (DVD) (Thailand Version) DVD Region All
Davika Hoorne (Actor)
| Kong Saharat Sangkapreecha (Actor)
| Niranuch Patamasute (Actor)
| Rong Kaomulkadee (Actor)
The blockbuster 2014 Korean comedy Miss Granny has found a new life beyond Korea with numerous remakes. Following localized remakes in China, Vietnam and Japan, Thailand takes on the fantasy story of an elderly woman who magically transforms into her 20-year-old self in Suddenly Twenty. Directed by Araya Suriharn, the film stars Niranuch Patamusute and Pee Mak's Davika Hoorne as the protagonist Parn at different ages.
Parn struggled through a tough life to single-handedly raise her son into a professor, but the 70-year-old matron is now just seen as a stubborn, nagging granny with her life behind her. When she learns that her son is sending her to a nursing home, she wanders out into the streets at night by herself. Happening upon an old photo shop, Parn decides to take a picture. When she walks out of the shop, she has reverted to her 20-year-old self!
The Eyes Diary (2014) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Prama Immanothai (Actor)
| Focus Jirakul (Author)
| Chonnikan Netjui (Actor)
| Chukiat Sakveerakul (Director)
Writer-director Chukiat Sakveerakul (Love of Siam) adapts Anek Roikaew's comic book into the unsettling horror drama The Eyes Diary. Nott (Prama Immanothai) has been consumed with grief and guilt since his girlfriend Pia (Focus Jirakul, 3 A.M. 3D) passed away in a bike accident. He works for an emergency squad that cleans up after accidents and deaths, and takes to keeping souvenirs from bodies, despite the warnings of his co-worker Jon (Kittisak Pathommaburana) who has seen ghosts. Nott, however, desperately wants to see Pia again, and hopes that collecting items from the dead will get him closer to the dead. While he tries hard to make a connection with the other side, strange things happen to the people around him.
The Road to Mandalay (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Kai Ko (Actor)
| Wu Ke Xi (Actor)
| Midi Z (Writer, Director)
Known on the festival circuit for acclaimed dramas like Ice Poison, Taiwan-based Burmese director Midi Z presents his most polished and high-profile film to date in The Road to Mandalay, which garnered six nominations at the 53rd Golden Horse Film Awards and won the Fedeora Award for Best Film in the Venice Days section of the 73rd Venice Film Festival. Like his previous films, Mandalay draws on the experiences and struggles of Burmese migrants. Midi Z regular Wu Ke Xi and Kai Ko (You are the Apple of My Eye) play two desperate illegal migrants trying to make a new life in a gritty and unwelcoming Bangkok.
Lianqing (Wu Ke Xi) crosses illegally into Thailand to seek work and a better life. On the journey, she meets fellow migrant worker Guo (Kai Ko), who takes an immediate liking to her. The simple and devoted Guo plans to work in a factory in Bangkok, save up money and eventually return home. Lianqing has set higher goals: she wants to secure papers and become a legitimate worker so that she can one day escape even farther abroad. Despite hard toil and brushes with danger, she determinedly looks ahead for a way out, but harsh reality keeps closing in on both Lianqing and Guo.
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