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Kalla khrung nueng... muea chao nee (1994) HD online
Language: English
Category: Movie / Drama
Original Title: Kalla khrung nueng... muea chao nee
Director: Bhandit Rittakol
Writers: Chaninthorn Prasertprasart,Bhandit Rittakol
Released: 1994
Duration: 2h 20min
Video type: Movie
Once upon a time, a group of children venture away from their homes and find a castle. Having no idea the castle is owned by an evil witch, the children are all turned into animals after she catches them playing in the gardens. When a prince passes by, he notices what happened and uses his magical sword to free the children from the evil witches spell.
Credited cast:
Santisuk Promsiri Santisuk Promsiri - Narong
Chintara Sukapatana Chintara Sukapatana - Apha
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ronnarong Buranat Ronnarong Buranat - Nok lae
Martang Jantranee Martang Jantranee - Ao
Pachara Thummol Pachara Thummol - Aon (as Paramat Thummol)
Charlie Trairat Charlie Trairat - Aum

Official submission of Thailand for the 'Best Foreign Language Film' category of the 68th Academy Awards in 1996.



Reviews: [2]

  • avatar

    Nikok

    I saw this motion picture at the 1995 Toronto International Film Festival and have searched for it since then ... first on VHS and since 1997 on DVD. It is from Thailand. It's a harrowingly realistic film and one I hope someday to see again or own on DVD. So the question is: where do all the independent film treasures that do not get distribution deals go? This film is listed with only Toronto in the Release Dates section on IMDb. There must be something that can be done to change this scenario. The film concerns children on the streets of Thailand and the dangers they face and I recall that it was one of the best films that I saw which screened at Toronto's International Film Festival that year. Since then I have seen a number of other treasures that don't seem to get wide release and, worse yet never seem to be available on any home video format.
  • avatar

    Nuadora

    I like the movie 'Once Upon the Time' so much as I think it reflects the life in Bangkok. It touches the serious problems such as homeless people and child prostitution but it also shows the endless imagination of children and the family relationship. 'One Upon the Time' has a tensed feeling of joy and sadness that I couldn't forget. For both Thai and international movie viewers, I strongly recommended this movie.