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Based upon a real case under the reign of King Rama II of Thailand, Muen and Rid are passionately in love. However, Muen's father has promised his daughter to another man. Unable to accept ... See full summary »
Journalist Shuichi Fujii receives a letter from convicted killer Junji Sudo. Writing from death row, Sudo wants to confess to crimes unknown to the police. On visiting Sudo in prison, Fujii... See full summary »
Tamako graduated from a university in Tokyo, but she now lives with her father back in Kofu. Tamako doesn't help her father or tries to get a job. She spends her time just eating and sleeping throughout the four seasons of the year.
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.
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