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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amarin Nitipon ...
Pee (as Amarin Nitiphon)
Supakson Chaimongkol ...
Dolkamol Sattatip ...
Sergeant Nop (as Dolkamol Satdhatip)
Prakasit Bowsuwan ...
Roeng (as Prakasit Bosuvarn)
Worachate Empia ...
Nirut Saosudchart ...
Viwat Pakkong ...
Veeravit Lullsantiponwut ...
Brother Tong
Chada Chonlaipin ...
Ple Phiset ...
Sitthichai Singhol ...
Somlek Sakdikul ...
Godfather Add (as Somchay Sakdikun)
Jaratpong Suratsawatdi ...
Godfather Ray
Bunthin Thuaykaew ...
Hew (as Boontin Tuaykaew)
Prisana Ratanakuakoon ...
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A mistaken identity gangster porn comedy. A once acclaimed, now disgraced film maker is forced to shoot a porn flick to pay the bills. He hires a girl for the lead who he believes was coming to audition for the role but was actually on the run from the marriage being forced upon her by her gangster father. Chaos ensues. Written by Anonymous

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Pe: Roeng! I haven't agreed to let Mar be our main actor! Come on! With his hair color, he's not fit for the role of Mansuang the way I imagined it.
Brother Tong: Adult films like ours don't have to be "acoustic". Blonde hair can sell worldwide!
Roeng: Brother, it's called "realistic", not "acoustic".
Brother Tong: Whatever "tic"
Pe: But he caused your Mom's death, Brother Tong!
Brother Tong: Eh. It's already in the past. Let it go.
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Silly, genre-bending fun
3 June 2006 | by (Tokyo, Japan) – See all my reviews

Like many Thai movies, "Andaman Girl" (or "Jee" in the original Thai) takes some crazy characters, an outlandish plot and utilizes everything but the kitchen sink to try and entertain the audience. Some of it works and some it doesn't, but the cast looks like they're having a great time, and you shut the DVD off with a smile on your face.

PEE is an award-winning Thai director who's down on his luck. His beloved girlfriend has thrown him out of the house, his latest films have all flopped, and he's totally broke. After seeing a beautiful girl in a parking lot drop a pair of red panties, he is inspired to write an action movie about her (yes, really). The mysterious girl is JEE, the daughter of a local triad boss who is about to married to the hideously ugly son of a Hong Kong triad friend of her father.

In order to make his movie, PEE has to convince his old film buddies to join him in making the movie on a very tight budget. When each of them says no, PEE gleefully sabotages their current endeavors until they sign on. They then assemble a motley crew of cast and crew members, secure a 2 million baht budget (an inheritance from BROTHER TONG's dead mother, who died after becoming over-excited by a golden bikini-clad male dancer named MAR) and begin to film the movie with JEE (on the run from her arranged marriage) as the female star. Problem: Brother Tong is worried about his investment and says he won't pay up unless they do the film as a porno.

Having such an innocent looking actor playing the naughty PEE was a good choice....The rest of the cast and crew are a lot of fun to watch, but it's MAR (the exotic dancer-cum-male lead) is the one who always steals the show.

(Very Minor Spoilers) In the course of 100 minutes, the crew gate-crashes a funeral, battles a lecherous female ghost who lives in the toilet (which has virtually nothing to do with the rest of the movie), tries to simulate a sex scene using a banana tree and a giant rubber ball, learns about Jee's peculiar sexual attraction to sweat and generally gets very drunk.

Too much bathroom humor to be sure, and as much of the movie falls flat as works, but it's still a fun romp through Thai film-making. Maybe this is how Thai movies get made....Recommended. 7/10

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