- Sept. 24, 2012, 10:00, Ocean cinema, Ocean hall
- Sept. 24, 2012, 19:10, Ocean cinema, Ocean hall
Lek is a lonely locksmith who’s never had a girlfriend. Kong is an aspiring writer who lives with his mom. The two strangers work side by side at the shopping mall, one copying keys, the other selling tabloid magazines. Together, they hatch a plan that combines their talents. They break into apartments during the day when the owners have gone to work. They don’t steal anything, they only borrow—lives, loves, things that belong to strangers. One day, they borrow more than they bargain for. Everyone has secrets and some cannot be revealed.
Kongdej Jaturanrasmee Graduated from Lat Krabang University, and has a Bachelor’s Degree in mass communication (film and video). He taught film at Assumption University, and fronted the famous Indie band Si Tao Ter. His debut feature Sayew received the Asian Trade-Wind honorable mention at the Seattle Film Festival, and the second one, Midnight My Love won the Best Script award at the Deauville Asian Film Festival. Besides working as a film director, Kongdej is a well-known scriptwriter. Фильмография / Filmogr