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The Swimmers (2014) (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3

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All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

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From Thai horror-meister Sophon Sakdaphisit (Laddaland, Coming Soon) comes the slick GTH-produced teen horror The Swimmers. Rising stars March Chutavuth Pattarakampol, Tor Thanapob Leeratanakajorn and Kao Supassra Thanachat from the hit youth drama Hormones: The Series play high school students in a love triangle that turns deadly.

Perth (March Chutavuth Pattarakampol) and Tan (Tor Thanapob Leeratanakajorn) are both best friends and fierce rivals in the swimming pool. They also become romantic rivals when Perth falls for Tan's girlfriend Ice (Kao Supassra Thanachat), and the two begin to meet secretly. When Ice learns she is pregnant, she commits suicide at the pool. After her shocking death, Perth is haunted by visions of Ice, while Tan becomes hell-bent on getting revenge on the person who caused Ice's death.

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Product Title: The Swimmers (2014) (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 水男骸 (2014) (DVD) (台灣版) 水男骸 (2014) (DVD) (台湾版) The Swimers (2014) (DVD) (台湾版) The Swimmers (2014) (DVD) (Taiwan Version)
Also known as: 游魂惹鬼 游魂惹鬼
Artist Name(s): March Chutavuth Pattarakampol (Actor) | Tor Thanapob Leeratanakajorn (Actor) | Kao Supassra Thanachat (Actor) 邱泰夫帕太坎波 (Actor) | 泰納普李唐卡強 (Actor) | 蘇帕莎拉珊納洽 (Actor) 邱泰夫帕太坎波 (Actor) | 泰纳普李唐卡强 (Actor) | 苏帕莎拉珊纳洽 (Actor) March Chutavuth Pattarakampol (Actor) | トー・タナポップ (Actor) | Kao Supassra Thanachat (Actor) March Chutavuth Pattarakampol (Actor) | Tor Thanapob Leeratanakajorn (Actor) | Kao Supassra Thanachat (Actor)
Director: Sophon Sakdaphisit 索分·沙達菲斯 索分・沙达菲斯 Sophon Sakdaphisit Sophon Sakdaphisit
Release Date: 2015-03-27
Language: Thai
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: Thailand
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Rating: IIB
Duration: 112 (mins)
Publisher: Catchplay
Package Weight: 110 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1038894658

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導演:班莊比辛達拿剛 Sopon Sukdapisit


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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

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August 28, 2015

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The winner sinks his all. Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Perth (Chutavuth Pattarakampol) and Tan (Thanapob Leeratanakajorn) are both close friends and swim together in the local sports training pool. They are competitive swimmers, with Perth landing himself a gold medal at a competition and also a new admiring girlfriend Mint (Violette Wautier). But this was not long after the tragic death of Ice (Supassra Thanachat), a girl who had committed suicide by plunging into an empty pool leaving her boyfriend Tan in so much despair that he was unable to perform for the competitive swimming medal. Celebrating his victory Perth is pleased at his win, but also disturbed by the death of Ice. Perth also loved Ice, and had taught her how to swim at secret nightly sessions at the sports pool, and eventually won Ice over from his best friend Tan. Ice told Perth she would break up with Tan, but Perth wanted to keep their love secret. Now Ice was dead and on the day of his medal win Perth is reminded of the anniversary of her death. With Perth now dating Mint, their relationship begins to scar by Perth's haunting memory of his former secret love.

But one day at the pool observation room, Tan and Perth speak together about Ice's suicide, and Tan is determined to find out who had caused Ice's terrible death. Perth is curious about what his friend would do if Tan ever discovered the truth about Ice, and Tan tells Perth he would kill the person who had caused Ice's death. Perth remembering his secret liaisons with Ice at the swimming pool remembers that much had developed between them - that they loved each other. They had even slept with each other and Ice had become pregnant.

Scared of Tan's intent, Perth is determined to keep the truth from him (also causing curious and jealous concern from Mint), especially when Tan obtains Ice's smashed hand phone that could reveal a video of Perth and Ice's love together. Tan had once received his girlfriend's phone after going to her house after Ice's funeral. Perth had also attended Ice's funeral, sneaking also into the family home hiding under Ice's bed as her mother entered the room - and begins to hear strange ghostly noises (even a fit of rage on the bed above - was that the ghost of Ice?). Perth then begins to sense more the unsettled spirit of Ice - and heard her words one night whilst he was sleeping. 'Please keep our baby' echoing around Perth's bed room as he slept alone - flooding back the dark memories.
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August 28, 2015

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A watery crave unto lonely madness Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Paranoid, haunted, obsessive and beginning to shift into dark realties of guilt and shame, Tan maintains his training for another swimming competition. But at every moment Perth is haunted by Ice's un-restful shadow, their secret pregnancy issue obsessing Perth the most as he psychologically convinces himself of having a ghost pregnancy - why was his stomach beginning to bloat so much? Was it the raw egg intake to assist his swimming training that was making his stomach swell? But pregnant women can also have the urge to eat many raw eggs. Wild eyed with insanity Perth gets ever more paranoid, convincing himself that Ice's baby is being reborn inside of him. With Mint getting ever curious about Perth's odd behaviour and with angry Tan also treading nearer to discovering the dark truth about Ice and Perth's tragic love - Perth becomes one scared and frightened lonely man.

There's a watery hole and main character Perth drops into it...again and again. He's a swimmer 'winner' but at what cost? His soul? His obsession for Ice is obvious, as too is Tan's who would kill for reasons of sick revenge, churlish obsession for truth. The Swimmers is part ghost story (a creepy one at that) but mainly love obsession, with two amiable lads, who after the death of Ice, both sink into manic obsessive anger and tense paranoid fear, with Tan and Perth making quite desperate and disturbing nasty choices. The blue touch paper lit crux is teen sex and pregnancy, here a dividing curse that blights good friends relationships when something very unfortunate happens. It turns into a fear mind game, with Perth always afraid of his angry friend Tan discovering his fearful guilt. Those holes. But like Laddaland, is another good psychological horror movie from director Sophon Sakdaphisit with a worthy plot (apart from one violent loose end scene) and disturbing stuff. (The fetus scene death is one to etch itself into memory the most). It also portrays some chilling and haunting photography and stark reflective landscapes, and the incidental music quite interesting, too. The main actors also express their characters well (Thanapob Leeratanakajorn reminding me a little of a young Ji Tae Yu). As a watery horror - it's a good mere ghost tale. As a social comment about casual sex - nah - the young know how to grow up as always since the days of the cave. Natural Sex is sex - not like XXX.

If you do need to eat whilst watching this movie though, try to avoid the idea of an egg omelet.
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