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Film Therapy

Thailand, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Thai Experimental Shorts)

Director: Somchat Bangjang, Soontorn Meesri, Pracha Suveeranont, Nimit Pipitkul

The man is alienated from society. He is searching for something to fulfil his desires...

"When four people make a film together, the task becomes difficult although we don't always think the same way, we certainly share one thing: a feeling of alienation from contem­porary Thai society."

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