m_SNAP (1).jpgThailand / 97 mins / World premiere – Tokyo International Film Festival, Main Competition

Directed by Kongdej Jaturanrasmee / Song Sound


Pueng, daughter of a military Colonel, has planned to spend her married life with Mann, a young Lieutenant with a promising future. On the day Martial Law was announced, she received a wedding invitation from a high school friend back in her hometown. Upon her return to Chanthaburi, Pueng is reunited with her old friends and encounters Boy who came back to work at the promising event as a wedding photographer. The unresolved feelings between Pueng and Boy resurface as they relive the old memories of their youthful days.

Director’s Biography

Kongdej Jaturanrasmee

Kongdej Jaturanrasmee has a Bachelors Degree in mass Communication (film and video) from Lat Krabang University. After graduation, he became a film professor at Assumption University and fronted the famous Indie band Si Tao Ter. He made many short films that screened in festivals worldwide.

In 2002, Kongdej directed his debut feature Sayew for Sahamongkol Films. It won the Asian Trade- Wind honorable mention at the Seattle Film Festival. His second film was Midnight My Love starring famous Thai comedian Mum Jokmok which won Best Script at the Deauville Asian Film Festival. His third film was Handle Me With Care made with GTH film studio.

Besides working as a director, Kongdej is a well-known scriptwriter. He has written many of the most successful Thai films of recent years Including Tom Yum Goong (Prachya Pinkaew), Queens of Pattani (Nonzee Nimibutr), Me…Myself and Happy Birthday (Pongpat Wachirabanjong).

His first and second independent films P-047, Tang Wong have world premiered at 2011 Venice Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival 2013.