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Telechante

Thailand, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Thai Experimental Shorts)

Director: Kasemon Brahmasubah, Chavalit Sattamsakul, Yonghong Sae-Tiew, Paisith Panprueksachad

When the bell rings, a signal of sight and sound of "Suad Pan Yak" (a chant from the Sukhothai period — about 800 years ago) spreads all over the land. Someone has his own Nirvana...

What would happen if doctrines, pravers and rituals were combined with modern tech­nology, a totally different science?

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