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...; Farang; etc.

Thailand, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Thai Experimental Shorts)

Director: Watanapun Krutasaen, Tippawan Ornsri, Kittipong Mongkol, Parinda Ornit

An unknown foreigner's vision of the unreal Bangkok.

We call Western foreigners farang. Thai is not their native tongue...

Why do they come to Thailand? What do they want here? Do they come because they appreciate us or do they pity us? They are all from civilised countries. They come to visit us, the underdeveloped.

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