Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Nak reviewed in Rotterdam's man in Rotterdam, Ard Vin, reviews Nak, one of the selections in the Hungry Ghosts program at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

Released in Thailand last year, Nak turns Thailand's most famous ghost Mae Nak into a kid-friendly heroine who teams up with other famous Thai ghosts to save a little boy's soul from an evil Korean movie ghost.

Ard Vin gives good marks to Nak, praising the colorful if uneven cel-shaded 3D computer animation and the decent-enough story.

Head on over and check it out.

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