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Snaker (2001)
"Kuon puos keng kang" (original title)

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Based on a Cambodian folk tale. In a small Thai village, Nhi comes across a Snake Immortal and falls in love with him. She becomes pregnant by the snake, but does not tell her husband. When... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Winai Kraibutr ...
Veha
Pich Chanbormey ...
Soraya
Tep Rindaro ...
The Snake God
Om Portevy ...
Nhi
Heng Dary
Sam Polida
Chao Channary
Tim Angkeara
Khay Brasoeu
Em Sovanphala
Neay Koy
Neay Krim
Ieay Phan
Chhim Sovann
Nuth Pinratha
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Based on a Cambodian folk tale. In a small Thai village, Nhi comes across a Snake Immortal and falls in love with him. She becomes pregnant by the snake, but does not tell her husband. When he discovers the truth, he kills both Nhi and the Snake Immortal. One of the small snakes escapes from Nhi's abdomen, and is brought up by another immortal. Slowly the snake grows up to be a beautiful woman, who sets out to develop another relationship. Written by Anonymous

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In Chinese-speaking countries, the movie was billed as a sequel to Nang-Nak, an earlier film with the same star, Winai Kraibutr, although the films have nothing whatsoever to do with each other. See more »

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Chum Norsneha Plika Chivith
Written by Fai Sam Ang and Ben Davith
Performed by Noy Vanneth and Him Sivorn
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A pretty disappointing movie.
1 June 2002 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

The poster / DVD cover of this Thai / Cambodian co-production looks quite cool, however, the actual movie fails to deliver. We get lots of glimpses of the hair made of snakes (the image on the cover), but that's about all that's fascinating about this film. It lacks suspense, it lacks action, well it actually lacks everything. Some nice visuals don't make up for those lacks.

I haven't seen that many Thai movies (yet) but those I have seen (among them the brilliant "Tears of the Black Tiger", the impressive "Nang Nak", the sensual "Jan Dara" and the entertaining "303 Fear Faith Revenge") made me curious for more. "Snaker" is the first disappointment in the territory. It's not completely bad, it's just not doing anything for me.

Rating: 4/10 (and I'm being rather generous)


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