Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Seven Days to Leave My Wife on DVD in Hong Kong

Here's another blast back to 2007. Seven Days to Leave My Wife (ยังไงก็รัก, Yang ngai gaw rak) is out on DVD in Hong Kong.

YesAsia has it. Here's the synopsis:

Directed by Torpong Tunkamhang, the uproarious 2007 Thai comedy 7 Days to Leave My Wife follows a cheating husband with the seven-year itch, and his hilarious efforts to untie the knot. Salesman Yong (Samapon Piyapongsiri) is a typical aging salaryman with a boring job and even more boring wife. Life is a daily drag until he somehow attracts the attentions of sexy colleague Pim (Benjawan Artner)! Next thing Yong knows, he's in a hot affair with Pim. But then Pim slaps down the ultimatum: leave his wife in a week or she'll leave him. Yong starts cooking up different schemes to end his marriage, leading to a barrel of laughs and mishaps, and even some romantic rivalry.

Suwajanee Chaimusik was a Subhanahongsa Award nominee for her role as the wife Ngek. I missed seeing this back in the day, though Coffee Coffee and More Coffee's Peter Nellhaus did and he liked it well enough.

(Thanks Logboy!)

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