Seasons Change (เพราะอากาศเปลี่ยนแปลงบ่อย) The story takes place at the College of Music, Mahidol University over one year and covers the three seasons that Bangkok typically experiences – summer, winter and monsoon. It chronicles the life of a young high school student, Pom, and his impulsive decision to attend a music school, unbeknownst to his parents, because of a girl he has secretly liked for three years, Dao. At the music school, he befriends Aom, who eventually becomes his best friend at the academy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jussi M (gb) wrote: Outo TODELLA outo leffa.
minence G (ru) wrote: Malo san darezljiva, sta sad.
Christopher H (nl) wrote: A compelling saga, with an absolutely terrible execution, and one of the worst endings I've ever seen in cinema.
Brandon K (ca) wrote: The usual funny nothing above and beyond the regular show! But still hillarious!
Hernn B (de) wrote: Un poco de Genet, un poco de Derek Jarman, otro de Lars von Trier, y un chingo de violencia a lo Miike.
Lisa Michelle A (kr) wrote: This sounds really funny. Chris Pine, Sendhil Ramamurthy and Anjali Jay are worth seeing this film for, to me anyway.
MEC r (gb) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
Joshua B (ru) wrote: A feverish dream and nightmare of a movie. It reminds me of when you have a dream, it's full of people and story, but you can't really remember how it went. It's almost like a stream on consciousness. Don't even try to figure out what any of the movie is about. Just let it take you on it's mind trip. Crazy stuff.
Pete S (fr) wrote: A very intriguing little piece of history. Highly recommend - Judi Dench's acting is sublime and dead on target.
Brittney H (nl) wrote: Amazing movie loved it
Brandon B (kr) wrote: Jeff Bridge plays his character so tough and strong as the captain of a school sailing ship that it hits that much harder when his vulnerabilities finally show through. Great performance. I think this is the shortest that JB's hair has ever been.
Carol H (kr) wrote: One of those so-so films; the kind that you don't love or hate.
Derek D (us) wrote: My favorite Seagal movie and the first of his that I ever saw, this movie is what made me a Seagal fan in the first place. It's a good blend of action and continuing storyline with a good plot and above-average acting. A good place to start when viewing Seagal films for the first time.
Rachel S (ag) wrote: this might be good. I would like to see it, even though I don't know much about it.
Nguyen Thuy H (it) wrote: Godard clearly designed Jean-Paul Belmondo's Michel Poiccard a character to fall in love/eroticism with, but since I just watched David Hemmings' Thomas a few months ago - Poiccard falls short, sadly.
Scott L (ag) wrote: This is a horrible movie. I've never seen so much fake/sarcastic dancing in one place before. Every five minutes yet another employee starts flailing around spastically. Not sad I missed this one when it first came out.
Brian C (kr) wrote: Sigh...this series just keeps getting worse and worse. Nonsensical violence and macho b.s.
Courtney K (fr) wrote: hmm... definitely a cult film with an 80's vibe which normally i think i'd like -- & given the good reviews i thought i was going to -- but no thanks. i did not like this one. for the most part i just thought it was stupid.
Gordon B (gb) wrote: This 90's film about Christopher Columbus was really tough to get through. Not only is Frenchman Grard Depardieu operatically awkward as Columbus, the movie is rather thoughtless in its depiction of indigenous people. They're practically bystanders in their own conquest & genocide