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Let's Go To The Movies  by Mark Gernpy

 

Now playing in Chiang Mai through Nov 30.

 No change again at Vista this week, and again all movies are Thai-only.

Puss in Boots 3D: US, Adventure/ Animation/ Comedy/ Fantasy – Long before he met Shrek, the notorious fighter, lover, and outlaw Puss in Boots became a hero when he set off on an adventure with the tough and street smart Kitty Softpaws and the mastermind Humpty Dumpty to save his town. This is the true story of The Cat, The Myth, The Legend ... The Boots. With Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, and Zach Galifianakis. Generally favorable reviews, saying it has an abundance of wit, visual sparkle, and effervescent charm. Shown in Digital 3D; it’s at Airport Plaza only.

50/50: US, Comedy/ Drama – Terrific movie, heartily recommended. It’s a good-hearted film without a chase in it, about a difficult topic that’s funny and sad and beautifully acted. A 27 year old writer of radio programs is diagnosed with a rare form of spinal cancer. With the help of his best friend, his mother, and a young therapist at the cancer center, he learns what and who the most important things in his life are. Inspired by a true story. Stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, and Anna Kendrick. Rated R in the US for language throughout, sexual content, and some drug use; 18+ here. Generally favorable reviews. Airport Plaza only. By far one of the best films around; Major Cineplex has only scheduled a few showings and it has done only piddling business; go and help it out!

Dirty Girl: US, Drama – It's 1987 and the high school “Dirty Girl” is running away. With her is a chubby gay friend, a Walkman full of glorious 80's tunes, and a sack of flour (you’ll have to see it to learn what the sack is for). With Juno Temple, Milla Jovovich, William H. Macy, and Mary Steenburgen. Generally unfavorable reviews. Rated R in the US for sexual content including graphic nudity, and for language. Airport Plaza only, and shown in Digital (but not 3D). 

The Thing (2011): US/ Canada, Horror/ Mystery/ Sci-Fi/ Thriller – A prelude to John Carpenter's classic 1982 film of the same name: A paleontologist has traveled to a desolate region of Antarctica for the expedition of her lifetime. Joining a Norwegian scientific team that has stumbled across an extraterrestrial ship buried in the ice, she discovers an organism that seems to have died in the crash eons ago. When a simple experiment frees the alien from its frozen prison, she must join the crew's pilot to keep it from killing them off one at a time. Rated R in the US for strong creature violence and gore, disturbing images, and language; 15+ here. Mixed or average reviews. Thai-dubbed at Vista, English at Airport Plaza (shown in Digital, but not 3D).

Drive: US, Crime/ Drama/ Thriller – Arthouse action: a hyper-stylized blend of striking imagery and violence, bloody and cruel, presented in a slow and mesmerizing manner that some would call boring. An inventive and entertaining film for fans of film noir and the neo-noir genre. A Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a driver for robberies and underworld hits discovers that a contract has been put on him after a heist goes wrong. Seems to have become the darling of a certain neo-noir fan group who see it as Academy Award material, at least for sound design and directing, if not for the star performer. I think it’s stylish all right, but with that comes real, enervating boredom. For sure the sound design and use of music is tremendously inventive. Stars Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan. Ryan is considered by some to present a deep award-deserving character study, others find his performance as vacant as his stare. Rated R in the US for strong brutal bloody violence, language, and some nudity; 18+ in Thailand.  For me, the episodes of violence – brief and generally unexpected – were unwatchable, much like David Cronenberg’s A History of Violence in 2005. Generally favorable reviews. Airport Plaza only, and shown in Digital (but not 3D). 

Tower Heist: US, Action/ Comedy/ Crime – Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Casey Affleck, Matthew Broderick, Alan Alda lead an all-star cast in a comedy caper about ordinary working guys who seek revenge on the Wall Street swindler who stiffed them in a Ponzi scheme. I found it a fair low-key comedy with some amusing sequences and a touch of social commentary. Should have been better, par for the course from director Brett Ratner, but it’s pleasant enough. Mixed or average reviews. Airport Plaza only.

Killer Elite: US/ Australia, Action/ Crime/ Thriller – The story pits two of the worlds' most elite operatives – an ex-special ops agent (Jason Statham) and his longtime mentor (Robert De Niro) – against the cunning leader of a secret military society (Clive Owen). Covering the globe from Australia to Paris, London and the Middle East, they are plunged into a highly dangerous game of cat and mouse – where the predators become the prey. Rated R in the US for strong violence, language, and some sexuality/nudity. Thai-dubbed, only at Vista, and rated 18+. Mixed or average reviews.

In Time: US, Crime/ Sci-Fi/ Thriller – I quite enjoyed this film! It has one of the most intriguing premises of recent movies: In a future where time is literally money, and aging stops at 25, the only way to stay alive is to earn, steal, or inherit more time. You need to stretch your beliefs a bit to swallow all this, but once you do you’re in for a fun and stylish ride with a bit of social commentary. It’s a quietly angry picture – an extended metaphor for the way corporations suck the life from the poor and the not-quite-middle-class. A young man (the ubiquitous and ever more excellent Justin Timberlake) lives life a minute at a time, until a windfall of time gives him access to the world of the wealthy, where he teams up with a beautiful young heiress to destroy the whole corrupt system. Also stars Cillian Murphy, Alex Pettyfer, Amanda Seyfried, and Olivia Wilde. An interesting style to it, and the art direction and cinematography are top notch. Mixed or average reviews. Thai-dubbed only at Vista, English at Airport Plaza.

Top Secret / Wairoon Pun Lan: Thai, Drama – Based on a true story of a teenage boy – "Top" Aitthipat Kulapongvanich – who was wasting his time with online games until a twist of fate changed him from an ordinary teenager to a young billionaire at 27 by creating his Tao Kae Noi seaweed-snack company when he was just out of his teens. “Top” is his nickname, so the title really means “Top’s Secret (to success).” English subtitles at Airport Plaza, Thai-only at Vista.

The movie’s teen billionaire, portrayed by Patchara "Peach" Chirathivat, may not be the ideal Thai role model for success, as I’m told he’s portrayed as a boy who never studies, never goes to school, and makes his first money in a scam involving illegally selling “weapons” used in online video games.  After he’s caught at that he steals his father’s precious amulet worth four million baht. Then he steals his uncle’s money. All he does is lie and cheat and treat his girlfriend badly. Then he makes a killing with his snack. Some are reportedly amused by all this, others horrified.   

30 Kam Lung Jaew: Thai, Comedy/ Romance – Currently the top film in Thailand, for three weeks now! Ja, a beautiful woman, has everything a woman is supposed to dream of having: a successful career, a partying lifestyle, and a handsome sweetheart. On her 30th birthday, Ja finds her perfect life changed when her boyfriend wants to halt the relationship. Now, at thirtysomething, Ja accepts a happy single life until a new guy gets in her life – and he’s seven years younger than she is. I’m led to believe it’s a charming tale. Shown Thai only at both locations.

30+ Single on Sale: Thai, Comedy/ Romance – A woman in her 30's faces misfortunes in love and struggles to find her soul mate, but thinks her chances are nearly over now that she’s thirty – especially since a fortune teller tells her that if she doesn’t find a man soon, she’ll have to wait 20 years before another one comes along. A big hit in Thailand. With popular Thai stars Arak (Pe) Amornsupsiri and Cherman Boonyasak. Vista only, in Thai only.


Now playing in Chiang Mai through Nov 23.

 Movie distributors have been postponing many film openings due to flooding, as though only the people in Bangkok count. Look for a glut of films between now and February as Oscar season heats up. Again this week at Vista all movies are Thai-only.

The Thing (2011): US/ Canada, Horror/ Mystery/ Sci-Fi/ Thriller – A prelude to John Carpenter's classic 1982 film of the same name: A paleontologist has traveled to a desolate region of Antarctica for the expedition of her lifetime. Joining a Norwegian scientific team that has stumbled across an extraterrestrial ship buried in the ice, she discovers an organism that seems to have died in the crash eons ago. When a simple experiment frees the alien from its frozen prison, she must join the crew's pilot to keep it from killing them off one at a time. Rated R in the US for strong creature violence and gore, disturbing images, and language; 15+ here. Mixed or average reviews. Thai-dubbed at Vista, English at Airport Plaza.

Drive: US, Crime/ Drama/ Thriller – Arthouse action: a hyper-stylized blend of striking imagery and violence, bloody and cruel, presented in a slow and mesmerizing manner that some would call boring. An inventive and entertaining film for fans of film noir and the neo-noir genre. A Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a driver for robberies and underworld hits discovers that a contract has been put on him after a heist goes wrong. Seems to have become the darling of a certain neo-noir fan group who see it as Academy Award material, at least for sound design and directing, if not for the star performer. I think it’s stylish all right, but with that comes real, enervating boredom. For sure the sound design and use of music is tremendously inventive. Stars Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan. Ryan is considered by some to present a deep award-deserving character study, others find his performance as vacant as his stare. Rated R in the US for strong brutal bloody violence, language, and some nudity; 18+ in Thailand.  For me, the episodes of violence – brief and generally unexpected – were unwatchable, much like David Cronenberg’s A History of Violence in 2005. Generally favorable reviews. Airport Plaza only, and shown in Digital. 

50/50: US, Comedy/ Drama – A good-hearted film about a difficult topic that’s funny and sad and beautifully acted. A 27 year old writer of radio programs is diagnosed with a rare form of spinal cancer. With the help of his best friend, his mother, and a young therapist at the cancer center, he learns what and who the most important things in his life are. Inspired by a true story. Stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, and Anna Kendrick. Rated R in the US for language throughout, sexual content, and some drug use; 18+ here. Generally favorable reviews. Airport Plaza only. Certainly one of the best films around; Major Cineplex has only scheduled a few showings and doesn’t expect it to do well; prove them wrong!

Tower Heist: US, Action/ Comedy/ Crime – Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, and Casey Affleck lead an all-star cast in a comedy caper about ordinary working guys who seek revenge on the Wall Street swindler who stiffed them in a Ponzi scheme. Mixed or average reviews, but receiving much praise from those who appreciate Eddie Murphy’s brand of comedy. Airport Plaza only.

Racing Love / Mid Mile: Thai, Comedy/ Romance – Racing-car drivers competing for love and glory. Well-known Thai comedian Kohtee Aramboy stars as a tuk-tuk driver who joins the race. Airport Plaza only, and this week apparently only in Thai.

Killer Elite: US/ Australia, Action/ Crime/ Thriller – The story pits two of the worlds' most elite operatives – an ex-special ops agent (Jason Statham) and his longtime mentor (Robert De Niro) – against the cunning leader of a secret military society (Clive Owen). Covering the globe from Australia to Paris, London and the Middle East, they are plunged into a highly dangerous game of cat and mouse – where the predators become the prey. Rated R in the US for strong violence, language, and some sexuality/nudity. English at Airport Plaza and advertised as rated 15+, Thai-dubbed only at Vista and rated 18+. Mixed or average reviews.

In Time: US, Crime/ Sci-Fi/ Thriller – I quite enjoyed this film! It has one of the most intriguing premises of recent movies: In a future where time is literally money, and aging stops at 25, the only way to stay alive is to earn, steal, or inherit more time. You need to stretch your beliefs a bit to swallow all this, but once you do you’re in for a fun and stylish ride with a bit of social commentary. It’s a quietly angry picture – an extended metaphor for the way corporations suck the life from the poor and the not-quite-middle-class. A young man (the ubiquitous and ever more excellent Justin Timberlake) lives life a minute at a time, until a windfall of time gives him access to the world of the wealthy, where he teams up with a beautiful young heiress to destroy the whole corrupt system. Also stars Cillian Murphy, Alex Pettyfer, Amanda Seyfried, and Olivia Wilde. An interesting style to it, and the art direction and cinematography are top notch. Mixed or average reviews. Thai-dubbed only at Vista, English at Airport Plaza.

Top Secret / Wairoon Pun Lan: Thai, Drama – Based on a true story of a teenage boy – "Top" Aitthipat Kulapongvanich – who was wasting his time with online games until a twist of fate changed him from an ordinary teenager to a young billionaire at 27 by creating his Tao Kae Noi seaweed-snack company when he was just out of his teens. “Top” is his nickname, so the title really means “Top’s Secret (to success).” English subtitles at Airport Plaza, Thai-only at Vista.

The movie’s teen billionaire is portrayed by Patchara "Peach" Chirathivat, the young actor who made his scene-stealing debut in the rock 'n' roll movie SuckSeed earlier this year. The director is Songyos Sugmakanan, one of the six directors of the legendary Thai film Fan Chan (My Girl), a film whose charm and influence on the Thai movie industry is incalculable. It’s one of my very favorite Thai movies. Songyos also directed another favorite, Dek Hor (The Dorm), a brilliant and spooky coming-of-age story.   

30 Kam Lung Jaew: Thai, Comedy/ Romance – Currently the top film in Thailand. Ja, a beautiful woman, has everything a woman is supposed to dream of having: a successful career, a partying lifestyle, and a handsome sweetheart. On her 30th birthday, Ja finds her perfect life changed when her boyfriend wants to halt the relationship. Now, at thirtysomething, Ja accepts a happy single life until a new guy gets in her life – and he’s seven years younger than she is. Shown Thai only at both locations.   

30+ Single on Sale: Thai, Comedy/ Romance – A woman in her 30's faces misfortunes in love and struggles to find her soul mate, but thinks her chances are nearly over now that she’s thirty – especially now that a fortune teller tells her that if she doesn’t find a man soon, she’ll have to wait 20 years before another one comes along. A big hit in Thailand. With popular Thai stars Arak (Pe) Amornsupsiri and Cherman Boonyasak. Vista only, in Thai only.


Now playing in Chiang Mai through Nov 16.

 No change at Vista this week, and all movies there are Thai-only. The Major cinema chain is in disarray this week, with reportedly 103 of their 373 cinema screens closed due to flooding. Guess we’re lucky to get anything!

Tower Heist: US, Action/ Comedy/ Crime – Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, and Casey Affleck lead an all-star cast in a comedy caper about ordinary working guys who seek revenge on the Wall Street swindler who stiffed them in a Ponzi scheme. Mixed or average reviews, but receiving much praise from those who appreciate Eddie Murphy’s brand of comedy. Airport Plaza only.

Racing Love / Mid Mile: Thai, Comedy/ Romance – Racing-car drivers competing for love and glory. Well-known Thai comedian Kohtee Aramboy stars as a tuk-tuk driver who joins the race. Airport Plaza only.

Killer Elite: US/ Australia, Action/ Crime/ Thriller – The story pits two of the worlds' most elite operatives – an ex-special ops agent (Jason Statham) and his longtime mentor (Robert De Niro) – against the cunning leader of a secret military society (Clive Owen). Covering the globe from Australia to Paris, London and the Middle East, they are plunged into a highly dangerous game of cat and mouse – where the predators become the prey. Rated R in the US for strong violence, language, and some sexuality/nudity. English at Airport Plaza and advertised as rated 15+, Thai-dubbed only at Vista and rated 18+. Mixed or average reviews.

1911: China/ Hong Kong, Action/ Adventure/ Drama/ History/ War – A historical drama based on the founding of the Republic of China when nationalist forces led by Sun Yat-sen overthrew the Qing Dynasty. Directed by and starring Jackie Chan. A lavishly illustrated history lesson with more than a touch of government propaganda which avoids completely some currently uncomfortable topics. Even the irrepressible Jackie Chan (this is his 100th film) seems subdued. Rated R in the US for war violence, 15+ in Thailand. Generally unfavorable reviews. Shown only at Airport Plaza, and only in a Thai-dubbed version.

30 Kam Lung Jaew: Thai, Comedy/ Romance– Ja, a beautiful woman, has everything a woman is supposed to dream of having: a successful career, a partying lifestyle, and a handsome sweetheart. On her 30th birthday, Ja finds her perfect life changed when her boyfriend wants to halt the relationship. Now, at thirtysomething, Ja accepts a happy single life until a new guy gets in her life – and he’s seven years younger than she is. Shown Thai only at both locations.

In Time: US, Crime/ Sci-Fi/ Thriller – I quite enjoyed this film! It has one of the most intriguing premises of recent movies: In a future where time is literally money, and aging stops at 25, the only way to stay alive is to earn, steal, or inherit more time. You need to stretch your beliefs a bit to swallow all this, but once you do you’re in for a fun and stylish ride with a bit of social commentary. It’s a quietly angry picture – an extended metaphor for the way corporations suck the life from the poor and the not-quite-middle-class. A young man (the ubiquitous and ever more excellent Justin Timberlake) lives life a minute at a time, until a windfall of time gives him access to the world of the wealthy, where he teams up with a beautiful young heiress to destroy the whole corrupt system. Also stars Cillian Murphy, Alex Pettyfer, Amanda Seyfried, and Olivia Wilde. An interesting style to it, and the art direction and cinematography are top notch. Mixed or average reviews. Thai-dubbed only at Vista, English at Airport Plaza.

Top Secret / Wairoon Pun Lan: Thai, Drama – Based on a true story of a teenage boy – "Top" Aitthipat Kulapongvanich – who was wasting his time with online games until a twist of fate changed him from an ordinary teenager to a young billionaire at 27 by creating his Tao Kae Noi seaweed-snack company when he was just out of his teens. “Top” is his nickname, so the title really reads “Top’s Secret (to success).” English subtitles at Airport Plaza, Thai-only at Vista.

The movie’s teen billionaire is portrayed by Patchara "Peach" Chirathivat, the young actor who made his scene-stealing debut in the rock 'n' roll movie SuckSeed earlier this year. The director is Songyos Sugmakanan, one of the six directors of the legendary Thai film Fan Chan (My Girl), a film whose charm and influence on the Thai movie industry is incalculable. It’s one of my very favorite Thai movies. Songyos also directed another favorite, Dek Hor (The Dorm), a brilliant and spooky coming-of-age story.

30+ Single on Sale: Thai, Comedy/ Romance – A woman in her 30's faces misfortunes in love and struggles to find her soul mate, but thinks her chances are nearly over now that she’s thirty – especially now that a fortune teller tells her that if she doesn’t find a man soon, she’ll have to wait 20 years before another one comes along. A big hit in Thailand. With popular Thai stars Arak (Pe) Amornsupsiri and Cherman Boonyasak. Vista only, in Thai only.


The Dolls of Japan Exhibition

 “Dolls” have been a part of everyday life in Japan since ancient times. Apart from being examples of the high level of craftsmanship needed to produce such beautifully elaborate artifacts, these dolls also play a distinct role in Japanese culture at, for example, the Doll Festival and the Boys Festival. Japanese dolls can be categorized in many ways according to the techniques and material used to create them, as well as the themes and shapes of the dolls.

This exhibition will display 70 Japanese dolls according to different themes. For example, dolls used in the Doll Festival or Hina Matsuri, warrior dolls from the Boys’ Festival, dolls depicting characters from traditional Japanese performing arts like Noh, Bunraku and Kabuki, Hakata dolls or clay dolls, Kimekomi dolls or wooden dolls dressed in kimonos, dolls made by modern craftsmen, and Kokeshi dolls with their unique character.

“The Dolls of Japan” exhibition will be held from October 2011 to early 2012 in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Nakhon Si Thammarat and Phayao. The exhibition is organized by the Japan Foundation, Crystal Design Center, Chiang Mai University Art Center, Muang Khon Contemporary Art Gallery and University of Phayao.

The exhibition will be held at Chiang Mai University Art Center, Nimmanhemin Road from Friday, November 4 to 30, 2011. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on Mondays.



Now playing in Chiang Mai through Nov 9.

 All movies at Vista this week are Thai-only. First time I remember that happening.
Also, because of the floods, the World Film Festival of Bangkok, originally set for November 4 to 13, has been postponed until January 20 to 27, and shortened.

Killer Elite: US/ Australia, Action/ Crime/ Thriller – The story pits two of the worlds' most elite operatives – an ex-special ops agent (Jason Statham) and his longtime mentor (Robert De Niro) – against the cunning leader of a secret military society (Clive Owen). Covering the globe from Australia to Paris, London and the Middle East, they are plunged into a highly dangerous game of cat and mouse – where the predators become the prey. Rated R in the US for strong violence, language, and some sexuality/nudity; some Thailand cinemas exhibit a rating notification of 18+, but apparently not in Chiang Mai. Mixed or average reviews. English at Airport Plaza, Thai-dubbed only at Vista.

1911: China/ Hong Kong, Action/ Adventure/ Drama/ History/ War – A historical drama based on the founding of the Republic of China when nationalist forces led by Sun Yat-sen overthrew the Qing Dynasty. Directed by and starring Jackie Chan. A lavishly illustrated history lesson with more than a touch of government propaganda which avoids completely some currently uncomfortable topics. Even the irrepressible Jackie Chan (this is his 100th film) seems subdued. Rated R in the US for war violence, 15+ in Thailand. Shown only at Airport Plaza, and only in a Thai-dubbed version. Generally unfavorable reviews.

30 Kam Lung Jaew: Thai, Comedy/ Romance– Ja, a beautiful woman, has everything a woman is supposed to dream of having: a successful career, a partying lifestyle, and a handsome sweetheart. On her 30th birthday, Ja finds her perfect life changed when her boyfriend wants to halt the relationship. Now, at thirtysomething, Ja accepts a happy single life until a new guy gets in her life – and he’s seven years younger than she is. English subtitles at Airport Plaza, Thai only at Vista.

The Lion King 3D: US, Animation/ Adventure/ Comedy/ Drama/ Family/ Musical – This is a superb animated film, seventeen years old now, newly minted for 3D, and as such an absolute smash hit currently in the US, and probably will be here as well. It’s not only a phenomenon but a truly exquisite and moving film. I loved it all over again. Has an incredibly strong cast of voice talents, everyone from Jeremy Irons and James Earl Jones to Nathan Lane and Whoopi Goldberg. Simba, a young lion prince, is tricked into thinking he killed his father. The guilt-ridden lion cub flees into exile and abandons his identity as the future King. Heavy stuff, and what legends are made from. An emotionally stirring classic. Reviews: Universal acclaim. Major Cineplex only, in digital 3D.

In Time: US, Crime/ Sci-Fi/ Thriller – I quite enjoyed this film! It has one of the most intriguing premises of recent movies: In a future where time is literally money, and aging stops at 25, the only way to stay alive is to earn, steal, or inherit more time. You need to stretch your beliefs a bit to swallow all this, but once you do you’re in for a fun and stylish ride with a bit of social commentary. It’s a quietly angry picture – an extended metaphor for the way corporations suck the life from the poor and the not-quite-middle-class. A young man (the ubiquitous and ever more excellent Justin Timberlake) lives life a minute at a time, until a windfall of time gives him access to the world of the wealthy, where he teams up with a beautiful young heiress to destroy the whole corrupt system. Also stars Cillian Murphy, Alex Pettyfer, Amanda Seyfried, and Olivia Wilde. An interesting style to it, and the art direction and cinematography are top notch. Mixed or average reviews. Thai-dubbed only at Vista, English at Airport Plaza.

Top Secret / Wairoon Pun Lan: Thai, Drama – Based on a true story of a teenage boy -- "Top" Aitthipat Kulapongvanich – who was wasting his time with online games until a twist of fate changed him from an ordinary teenager to a young billionaire at 27 by creating his Tao Kae Noi seaweed-snack company when he was just out of his teens. “Top” is his nickname, so the title really reads “Top’s Secret (to success).” Only Airport Plaza has English subtitles.

The movie’s teen billionaire is portrayed by Patchara "Peach" Chirathivat, the young actor who made his scene-stealing debut in the rock 'n' roll movie SuckSeed earlier this year. Peach is also a member of the family that owns Thailand's Central department store chain, and thus is used to having a lot of cash around, just like the character he portrays.
The director is Songyos Sugmakanan, one of the six directors of the legendary Thai film Fan Chan (My Girl), a film whose charm and influence on the Thai movie industry is incalculable. It’s one of my very favorite Thai movies. Songyos also directed another favorite of mine, Dek Hor (The Dorm), a brilliant and spooky coming-of-age story.

30+ Single on Sale: Thai, Comedy/ Romance – A woman in her 30's faces misfortunes in love and struggles to find her soul mate, but thinks her chances are nearly over now that she’s thirty – especially now that a fortune teller tells her that if she doesn’t find a man soon, she’ll have to wait 20 years before another one comes along. A big hit in Thailand. With popular Thai stars Arak (Pe) Amornsupsiri and Cherman Boonyasak. Vista only, in Thai only.


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