A vengeful ghost and a lesbian and transvestite who switch bodies await moviegoers in Thai cinemas on Valentine's Day next Thursday.
From NGR, there's Valentine, in which a "tom" lesbian (Natthaweeranuch Thongmee) and a cross-dressing man (Chakrit Yamnam) accidentally switch bodies in a traffic collision in Phuket. According to the trailer, after they get over the initial shock, they adapt quite well, with the "tom" lesbian, now in a man's body, more comfortably enjoying her masculine swagger. The transvestite revels in her boost of femininity, and gives her new body a glamorous makeover. The trailer even hints at a romance between the two, which I don't want to puzzle over too much more at this point, if ever.
If screaming, mincing katoeys isn't your thing, then how about screaming socialites and their maids? That's all that Ghost-in-Law, from Nangsanook, appears to offer. Morakot "Aimee" Kittisara is a young woman who is married to a rich scion (Noppon Pitak-Iohpanitch), and the newlywed couple are given a huge mansion to live in by the groom's father. The bride's new money-grubbing mother-in-law (Noawarat Yuktanund), however, wants the mansion for herself. When the bride turns up dead somehow, she comes back as a ghost to haunt her in-laws, stretching her arms, twisting her neck around and proving impervious to the frightfully annoying screams of the living.