There's a Chinese fantasy sequence involving the boys that made Fan Chan one I want to watch again.
Ai Fak, adapted from Chart Kobjitti's Kham Pipaksa by Pantham Thongsang, begins with an erratic note of a romantic farce, before its sensitively-paced final hour pulls off an unlikely slapstick-tragedy that retains the novel's savage emotional blow.
Cast AndrewMcNair, Kulvinder Ghir, Bruno Langley, Nicola Duffett, Christine Constantine,Barber Ali, Gurdial Sira, Ryan Davenport.
Florence Faivre French-Thai, Film Actress was born on 08-06-1983.
Most credits should go to Pantham's direction, especially in the solid third act, and to newcomer Pidisak Yaovanaan, who plays the titular tragic-hero Fak: The actor is this year's major discovery.
Tub Tim was the name of her character in the Jodie Foster-Chow Yun Fat adaptation of Anna Leowens' stilted and suspect view of Thai history.
Filming will be completed in March2005.
A transatlantic lovestory complicated by a child.