An excellent film not only about Carabao but 1970s Thailand It would be easy to point out the many little flaws in Young Bao, particularly as a Westerner watching what is a very Thai movie about the quintessential Thai rock band, Carabao. It would be easy to point out the rock band biopic cliches found…

If you’ve ever seen Thai television, then you might expect a Thai romantic comedy to be over the top in every way. But while Love in the Rain has its share of unrequited-love filled drama, it is actually a cinematically restrained example of the genre. Slightly too dramatic. Director Worrawech Danuwong (Dan) – in only…

By the time you read this movie review, I believe the income of ‘Pee Mak Phra Khanong’, a BIG surprising hit for the Thai film industry in the beginning of this summer, must have passed 300 million THB already. Actually, I was lucky enough to watch this film in the first week after the premiere…

‘Khu Kam’ or ‘Sunset At Chaophraya’ is a love story of a Thai girl named ‘Angsumalin’ who was also a member of ‘Free Thai Movement’ (a Thai underground group of activists working against Imperial Japan) and a Japanese navy officer named ‘Kobori’ during World War II. Their love walked in the opposite directions with their…