Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Pai in Love, a short-film anthology

Thai filmmakers have taken Paris, je t'aime and New York, I Love You to heart it seems.

Now there's Pai in Love (ปาย อิน เลิฟ), an anthology of six short films set in Pai, a tiny town in the mountains of northern Thailand that is a draw for foreign backpackers and Thai hipsters.

The directors are Prachya Pinkaew, Thanit Jitnukul and Sakchai Deenan (Sabaidee Luang Prabang), plus Dunyasit Niyomkul (Cadaver), Bandit Tongdee (Mercury Man), Tittipong Chaisatìdee and actress Bongkot Kongmalai, making her directorial debut.

Leo Putt and Kanya Rattapetch star in Prachya's segment, Rak Ter Tee Soon.

Thanit directs Pai Postcard with "Guitar" Chayanun Ardpru and Suttírak Putsoonrot.

Tak Bongkot directs Ray MacDonald and "Kratae" Supaksorn Chaimongkol in 3 Days of Hers, 3 Days of His, 3 Days for Us (3 วัน ของเธอ 3 วัน ของ เขา และ 3 วัน ของ เรา).

Bandit's is Pee Sao Khrap starring "Boy" Pakorn Chadborirak and "Noo Jaa" Achiraya Peerapatkunchaya.

Love Sick by Dunyasit Niyomkul stars the original Bangkok Dangerous man Pawalit Mongkolpisit and "Niew" Patìda Atyatomwittayaa

Sakchai's is Postcard from Pai with men's magazine model "Run" Natthamonkarn Srinikornchot.

And Tittipong's is Secret (Kwaam Lap Kong Kwam Rak) with Noppan Boonyai, Pongam Panatju and Chalohton Prirat.

Pai in Love opens in Thai cinemas on Thursday, December 10.

Deknang has more details.

The trailer is at YouTube and it's embedded below.

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