Archive of films Ahimsa Stop To Run / Ahingsa Jiggo Mee Kum

Thailand
2005, 96 min

Section: Forum of Independents - Competition
Year: 2006

What if a teenager sees things the rest of the world no longer sees? Is he insane or is the world becoming blind? A Buddhist thriller.


Synopsis

Teenager Ahimsa has lived a restless life filled with drugs and crazy buddies. Pattaya is a girl who has grown up in a well-to-do family. She is a distinguished doctor with a policeman boyfriend and her life is perhaps too perfect. All of a sudden, Ahimsa starts to have visions of the future and finds himself shadowed by the infuriating Karma, who has dyed red hair, wears Nike shoes and a red tracksuit! Then he meets Pattaya, who tries to uncover the secret of his mysterious foresight without knowing that she is part of it. What did Ahimsa foresee? Karma? Love? Or both? A Buddhist thriller.

About the director

Kittikorn Liawsirikun (Leo) has directed five feature films to date: 18-80 Buddy (1999), Miracle Ome-Somwang (1999), Goal Club (2001), Saving Private Tootsie (2002) and Ahimsa Stop to Run (2005).

Contacts

RS Public Company Limited
, 10900, Bangkok
Thailand
Tel: +66 2 511 0555
Fax: +66 2 511 5325
E-mail: interbiz@rs.co.th

About the film

Color, 35 mm
European premiere

Section: Forum of Independents - Competition
   
Director: Kittikorn Liawsirikun
Screenplay: Kittikorn Liawsirikun
Dir. of Photography: Nuttawut Kittkun
Music: Zansab
Editor: Kittikorn Liawsirikun
Producer: Rashane Limtrakul, Jantima Liawsirikun
Production: RS Public Company Limited
Cast: Boriwat Youto, Teeradanai Suwanahom, Tharanya Suttabusya
Contact: RS Public Company Limited
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