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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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3 February 2005 (Thailand)  »

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[Ann starts to remove her top on stage, during the audition]
Pe: No! Don't do that!
Ann: What? A porn star doesn't need to be naked?
Pe: No! You don't need to take off your clothes. You're playing the mother. We only want you to work on facial expressions and emotions.
Ann: [visibly annoyed] Oh, no... That's too difficult! Being naked is easier.
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entertaining comedy but patchy
23 November 2005 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

I decided to catch this show after reading a glowing review in the local papers. This was my second Thai film in a week, after the weak Ong Bak sequel "Tom Yum Goong". I have previously caught the excellent heart-warming comedy "My Girl" (2003) and horror flick "Shutter" (2004).

The film's about a previously respected film-maker whose last few films bombed at the box office. He managed to get financing for one more film, but only if it's adult porn.

The unsuspecting lead actress was the daughter of a mafia lord, seizing the opportunity to run away from an arranged marriage. By coincidence, she has an "Unconscious Emotion" illness, and becomes uncontrollably nymphomaniacal at the sight of sweat.

The first half of the movie was hilarious, as the crew dreams up ingenious ways to maximising their low budget, including gatecrashing a funeral. It's hard to film porn without any love scenes, but somehow they achieved it (with the help of a banana tree and rubber ball).

The problems start when the filming stops. The truth was revealed, and suddenly it becomes a horror movie with a jap/korean female ghost clone residing in a haunted toilet. The flatulent gags quickly become tired and annoying.

The dialogue is uneven, and some of the scenes and character development do not make logical sense. There was also the obligatory Thai effeminate she-man, whose extremely limited screen time could have been eliminated entirely without any effect whatsoever.

Obviously I don't understand Thai, and had to rely on the subtitles. There were some glaring discrepancies between the Chinese and English subtitles, which makes one wonder which one was the correct version intended by the translators.

Ultimately, it's a lightweight comedy and makes for an easy introduction to Thai movies. So approach it without any expectations, and you'll get some lighthearted fun out of it.

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