Kaewta knows her final day is fast approaching. She decides to fly to New York City to forget her painful past and spend her last four months there. Fate plays games with her again when she... See full summary »
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Kaewta knows her final day is fast approaching. She decides to fly to New York City to forget her painful past and spend her last four months there. Fate plays games with her again when she has an accident upon her arrival, and she can't even remember who she is. Alienated amid the confusion of this unfamiliar urban world, she meets a mysterious man who, although warm and comforting, seems to harbor many secrets. Kaewta embraces the chance for a new, beautiful life. But she doesn't know her happiness can last only for four months. Written by
FEBRUARY is an excellent film, with the kind of detailed and exceptional camera work currently owned, seemingly, by South Korean filmmakers. The aesthetics of FEBRUARY are quite impressive, with lavish attention to detail in every scene. But if there is one complaint, it's that the movie goes on for about 15 minutes too long. It should have ended at the 90-minute mark -- had it done so, the film would have left a lasting impact on the audience, as we realize how cruel fate is. Even so, FEBRUARY is a must-see, and definitely marks the move toward maturity for the Thai film industry.
8 out of 10
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