- JAPAN PREMIERE
Director: Nawapol THAMRONGRATTANARIT
2017｜Thailand｜75min｜Language: Thai｜Subtitles: Japanese, English
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- Sunny SUWANMETHANONT
In Bangkok, 6 people are going to die tomorrow. The film explores the conversations of these people on their last day on earth. They don't have any clue about their fate because the day before a person dies is always an ordinary day.
Thamrongrattanarit’s cinematic output has always been concerned with the nature of loss and beauty and this film is soaked in the topic. Told in a documentary essay style, it mixes the fictional narrative with interviews, found footage, news reports, archive material and statistics to analyse the meaning of death. Thamrongrattanarit even throws in characters and actors from his previous works to tie everything together in a fascinating and beautiful essay on mortality.