Whilst growing up in rural Thailand, a young orphan girl is taught the ways of magic by her grandmother. But when grandmother falls sick, Dau is lured to Bangkok to find work so that she can buy medicine. She finds herself working in a go-go bar, and her journey from naiveté to maturity is swift. She uses the magical skills her grandmother taught her to her advantage, but in doing so makes enemies within the bar. As her magic gets darker, and the consequences increasingly horrific, she gradually loses control, and something evil takes over.
- Stars:Suangporn Jaturaphut, Dean Barrett, Shaun Delaney, John Kathrein, Chartchai Kongsiri, Opal, Pisamai Pakdeevijit, Supatra Roongsawang, Narisara Sairatanee, Amy Siriya, Paul Spurrier, Pattanachat Sritep, Manthana Wannarod, Kochakorn Wongkitisopon, Dor Yodrak,
- Country:UK, Thailand
- Director:Paul Spurrier,
- Writer:Preeyaporn Chareonbutra (translation), Paul Spurrier (screenplay), Paul Spurrier (story)
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(ag) wrote: This one was a bit of a surprise. it wasn't great, but entertaining enough, and I hadn't seen a story quite like this. Give it a try.
(gb) wrote: Let's hope most people have more interesting reunions than this mess of a film.
(us) wrote: Cute! Reminds me of the Lizzy McGuire show.
(de) wrote: Predictable, but that's not always a bad thing. I don't watch movies like this to be shocked; I watch them to be entertained. The acting here was solid, and it's always nice to hear Lucy Hale sing.
(jp) wrote: Good story about a couple who swindle & kill the women after, to prove to his lover that he doesn't love those women.
(kr) wrote: this is a good movie
(gb) wrote: I couldn't sit through it. Its so dry. I sat through about an hour waiting for the movie to start. But no
(br) wrote: This one is not for me.
(it) wrote: This movie reminds me in a way of Charlie Sheen. It seems that Bob Crane was into excessive sex porn (where it is not just for fun -- it destroys your home life) but he was also a forerunner of recording it and being a participant. I am a bit sorry I watched this movie, but I can't totally trash it because there was some good acting in it.
(es) wrote: Not sure whether to give this 3.5 or 4 stars, but let's go with 4. I'd been warned beforehand that this was one of the darkest movies I'd ever see, and wow, it was. This was just so grim the whole way through. In theory, I don't like movies that are just depressing all the time, to the point that it's just a slog. This was so well-executed, though, and the running time was short enough that it wasn't a slog. There were the occasional happy moments; though the events occurring in the first half of the movie were still sad, the bond between Eva and Jan was strong, and it was beautiful seeing them come through and support each other. That seemingly unconditional love just made the second half that much harder to watch. It reminded me of Blue Valentine, with a war serving as the background.
(ru) wrote: There is something about this movie I always liked
(kr) wrote: Because it's the only body building documentary that is out there earns its score...Mickey Rourke is great as the narrator