KRU’s latest animated film looks great but, as usual, the story disappoints tremendously.
Another Osman Ali film that glamorises rape culture.
Kept In Ink is the non-fiction tale of Francis Wolf’s journey to Wat Bang Phra, a Buddhist monastery in the Nakhon Chaisi district of Thailand.
Sheril wrote an essay in 2015 about detudungisation and now it’s been selected to be published in the Little Basket 2018 anthology!
A patriotic soldier movie that is surprisingly not too shabby (just a bit of bad acting!).
The realism in this film is stark and evident. It is blatant and uncomfortable, making the audience shift in their seat at the reality of the situation in this country, yet also watch in sheer fascination at the brave delivery of the film.
Popular Tamil actor Bala Ganapathi William directs his first film… and stars in it too!
Is this a film for the people or a film to pander to the new ruling party?
The dynamics of the show prioritises development of the relationships between the characters rather than heavily focusing on their nationality or ethnicity.
The public caning took place with 100 people in attendance: A panel of judges, members of the government, the media and NGO representatives and the family.
This films says the police are corrupt. Haa? Really?