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Please Her (2020) (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Peak Peemapol Panichtamrong (Actor)
| Saint Suppapong Udomkaewkanjana (Actor)
| Mean Phiravich Attachitsataporn (Actor)
| Sarika Sathsilpsupa (Actor)
Three guys, one girl. Love by Chance's Saint Suppapong and Mean Phiravich and Why R U?'s Peak Peemapol star in the Thai romance Please Her opposite beauty influencer/actress Fah Sarika. Alternatively known as Begging You and Von, the film also includes 2gether's Mike Chinnarat and Love Love You's Pak Narapat in the cast.
Longtime friends Tiew (Peak Peemapol) and Bew (Mean Phiravich) enter the same major at the same university. On orientation day, Tiew falls at first sight for Nene (Fah Sarika), and Bew helps them get closer. However, the appearance of high school classmate Ohm (Saint Suppapong) puts a wrench in Tiew's romancing plans. Will Nene choose Tiew or Ohm? And what about Bew, who is always unconditionally supporting Tiew? These four young people's complicated relationship may take them to unexpected places!
Low Season (2020) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region All
Mario Maurer (Actor)
| Ploypailin Thangprapaporn (Actor)
| Sakonrut Woraurai (Actor)
| Nachat Juntapun (Actor)
Low Season may also be love season! Mario Maurer works again with Tamper Eye director Nareubadee Wetchakam for this Thai supernatural romantic comedy co-starring Ploypailin Thangprapaporn.
Lin (Ploypailin Thangprapaporn), a girl who can see ghosts, decides to take a countryside vacation after breaking up with her boyfriend. Since it's the off-season, she assumes she'll have the woods all to herself for a peaceful holiday. Instead, she comes across other weirdo travelers who are on healing trips of their own. Among them is Pud (Mario Maurer), a young screenwriter who came to the mountains in search of inspiration for a horror movie script. He finds his writing subject in Lin. Though Pud doesn't believe in ghosts himself, they encounter many on this journey.
The Garden of Evening Mists (2019) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Sylvia Chang (Actor)
| David Oakes (Actor)
| Julian Sands (Actor)
| Angelica Lee (Actor)
Taiwan director Tom Lin (Zinnia Flower) adapts Malaysian writer Tan Twan Eng's award-winning 2012 novel The Garden of Evening Mists into a lyrical romance drama. Nominated in nine categories at the 56th Golden Horse Awards, The Garden of Evening Mists is set in 1940s and 1950s Malaya during the revolutionary tumult of war, Japanese occupation and the independence movement. Angelica Lee and Sylvia Chang play the protagonist at different ages in this lushly shot love story co-starring Japanese actor Abe Hiroshi.
During WWII, Yun Ling (Angelica Lee) runs away alone from a POW camp and survives, while blaming herself for the death of her sister. A few years later, she decides to learn from mysterious Japanese gardener Nakamura Aritomo (Abe Hiroshi) in hopes of building a garden in memory of her sister. Though Nakamura's Japanese identity occasionally reminds Yun Ling of her war trauma, a forbidden love gradually blossoms between them.
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