Tropical Malady [DVD] [2004]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Commentary by director and film critic, Chuck Stephens
  • Story boards and photo gallery
  • 16x9 digital transfer supervised by director
  • Deleted scenes
  • Optional English subtitles

Synopsis

Tropical Malady
One of Thailand's leading experimental filmmakers, Apichatpong Weerasethakul directed this ambitious examination of fear and desire. Keng (Banlop Lomnoi) is a soldier who has been assigned duty as a forest ranger in the woodlands of the country. While on duty, he meets a young man named Tong (Sakda Kaewbuadee); Keng becomes deeply infatuated with Tong, but while Tong is friendly with Keng, he is obviously unwilling to respond to his romantic overtures. As Keng deals with his disappointment, he learns that a number of animals and villagers have fallen victim to a vicious predator who may be a tiger or a shape-shifting shaman. Keng gathers his courage and begins tracking the beast, which alternately resembles a jungle cat and his friend Tong. Sud Pralad ( aka Tropical Malady) was screened in competition at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Banlop Lomnoi
    Banlop Lomnoi - Keng
  • Sakda Kaewbuadee
    Sakda Kaewbuadee - Tong
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    Sirivech Jareonchon
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    Udom Promma
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