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Anusorn Soisa-Ngim

Anusorn Soisa-ngim (Aam) was born on May 23, 1989. He is a Thai Filmmaker and Director. His works are praise for his directing and writing talent. He is one of the fighters for the independent film industry and most of his film is based on the experience that he has. What makes his film interesting is also the new fresh storyline that he writes. ... See full bio »

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2Moons2 Director
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 2021 Call It What You Want (TV Mini-Series) (2 episodes) (pre-production)
 2021 Secret Admirer (TV Series)
 2020 BL (Documentary short)
  2Moons2 (TV Series) (11 episodes, 2019) (series director - 1 episode, 2019)
- Final Chapter (2019)
- Chapter 11 (2019)
- Chapter 10 (2019)
- Chapter 9 (2019)
- Chapter 8 (2019)
 2017 Why am I left behind? (Documentary short)
 2014 There Is No Space for Me (Short)
 2012 Present Perfect (Short)
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Alternate Names:

Aam Anusorn Soisa-ngim

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Life is never going to be perfect. So, please making a mistake as much as you can and learn from it.


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