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Die Tomorrow

Original name: Die Tomorrow
English name: Die Tomorrow
Year: 2017
Runtime: 75'
Language: Thai
Type (Colour/ Black & white): Colour
Country: Thailand
Director: Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit
Producer: Donsaron Kovitvanitcha, Pacharin Surawatanapongs
Cast:   Patcha Poonpiriya ,Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying , Morakot Liu, Chonnikan Netjui, Koramit Vajrasthira ,Sirat Intarachote
Screenplay: Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit
Cinematographer: Niramon Ross
Editor: Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, Chonlasit Upanigkit
Sound Designer: Nopawat Likitwong
Music Composer: Tongta Jitdee, Pokpong Jitdee
Costume Designer: Pacharin Surawatanapongs
Production Designer: Phairot Siriwath
Production Company: Very Sad Pictures
World Sales: Asian Shadows
World Sales Email: contact@chineseshadows.com

Festivals

  • Berlinale 2018
  • Montréal Festival of New Cinema 2018
  • Osaka Asian FF 2018
  • Hong Kong IFF 2018
  • Shanghai IFF 2018
  • Five Flavours Asian FF 2018

Selected Filmography:

  • 36 2012
  • Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy 2013
  • The Master (Doc) 2014
  • Heart Attack 2015
  • Die Tomorrow 2017
  • BNK48: Girls Don't Cry (Doc) 2018

Director's Biography:

Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit was Born in Bangkok, Thailand in 1984. After graduating in Chinese studies, he has worked as a screenwriter and script consultant and as a film critic. In 2007, he took part in the Berlinale Talent Campus. Since then, he has made several short films, and in 2012, he began making full-length feature and documentary films. His shorts have been screened at Rotterdam, and many others. His debut feature 36 (2012) won award at Busan IFF. His second was Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy (2013) was part of Venice Biennale.

Synopsis

Death often comes unexpectedly--what happens the day before is usually ordinary: all the little things that make life worth living. In Bangkok, friends celebrate their graduation, siblings meet again, a couple separates, an actress is waiting to be called on set... A sweet, melancholic and philosophical reflection on the fate and the ephemerality of life.

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