Director: Aditya Assarat

Thailand, drama, 2010 m., 102 min.
Ananda has returned home to Thailand from studying abroad. Unsure of his career plans, he tries his hand acting in a new movie for a famous director. During the filming in a small seaside town, Zoe, his girlfriend from University, arrives for a week-long visit. But the change of country takes its toll and she soon becomes frustrated at the situation. Several months later, the filming is complete and summer had turned to winter. Back in Bangkok, Ananda has begun a new relationship with May, who works at the movie production company. But soon, she finds herself in the same situation as Zoe. She does not feel like she belongs in his life. Or maybe it is the other way round. Ananda does not belong in women’s world. This Thai drama tells about complicated relations between a man and a woman in the light of changing Thailand.
About the director:
Aditya Assarat was born in Bangkok, Thailand, in 1972. He left Thailand at the age of 15 to be educated in the United States. First, he studied History at New York University, and subsequently earned a master's degree in film production at the Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in 2001. His graduate thesis, the short film “Motorcycle”(2001) was screened at the Chicago International Film Festival, where it won a Gold Hugo award, and at the San Francisco International Film Festival, where it won a Golden Gate Award. It also won the Vision of Life Award at the Bangkok Film Festival. Since then, he has made several other short, documentary
and feature films. In 2006 he founded the production company Pop Pictures.
Section: Identity

Screenplay: Aditya Assarat

Dir. of Photography: Umpornpol Yugala

Music: Koichi Shimizu

Cast: Ananda Everingham, Cerise Leang, Sajee Apiwong, Pison Suwanpakdee