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6ixtynin9 (1999)

Ruang talok 69 (original title)
A woman, fired from a financial coorporation during the Asia crisis, returns home with no money. However, she finds a box with a fortune in front of her door, and decides to keep it. ... See full summary »


Pen-Ek Ratanaruang
5 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »




Credited cast:
Lalita Panyopas Lalita Panyopas ... Tum
Sirisin Siripornsmathikul Sirisin Siripornsmathikul ... Pen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Prompop Lee ... Shop owner
Surapong Mekpongsathorn Surapong Mekpongsathorn
Tasanawalai Ongartittichai Tasanawalai Ongartittichai ... Jim
Jaran 'See Tao' Petcharoen Jaran 'See Tao' Petcharoen ... Old Man (as Sitao)
Black Phomtong Black Phomtong ... Kanchit
Arun Wannarbodeewong Arun Wannarbodeewong ... Mr. Tong
Cheathavuth Watcharakhun Cheathavuth Watcharakhun ... Sornchakr


A woman, fired from a financial coorporation during the Asia crisis, returns home with no money. However, she finds a box with a fortune in front of her door, and decides to keep it. However, the people that left it there soon want it back. Written by Maarten Hofman <maarten_hofman@hotmail.com>

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How far would you go to protect a secret?


Comedy | Crime | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language and brief sexual humor | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


Lalita Panyopas wore no make-up at all. See more »


In the restaurant, the girl has captured a fly in her glass with ice, covers the glass with her hand. Then just prior to leaving you see the glass has what appears to be beer in it with no ice-but the fly's still there. See more »


References Dial M for Murder (1954) See more »

User Reviews

a real pleasure....!
7 November 2008 | by emmaamoreSee all my reviews

This is one of those films where nothing is overly blatant, hardly anything is granted by ways of the lead character's internal character and history, and it isn't jam-packed with various sceneries, dialog, etc. Nothing is too 'in your face', hardly any emotion is shown or felt throughout the film, and even (despite the various killings), action seems to be lacking... It's decidedly quiet, introverted and monotone and YET, somehow completely quirky, insane and colorful at the same time. The film is intelligently crafted in such a way that, by the end of the film, you aren't sure WHAT to make of it, or how to classify it... Except you do know one thing; whatever you just watched, you know, in retrospect, you loved it. And even after identifying the fact that you enjoyed the ride, you still wouldn't rank this strange, ambiguous little film as your top film, but for that you just love it all the more.

It's bizarre, zany, quirky, inane, insane, full of black humor and wit, and full of hidden metaphors and analogies not immediately accessible. You can tell when its over that despite its absurdity, within all the intermediary spots where much is left unsaid, the director has packed a good deal for you to think about, and clearly had some lucid, thought-out objectives for the film.

An intelligent, unique little film that's a heck of a fun ride to watch. Highly recommended!

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Release Date:

19 November 1999 (Thailand) See more »

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Dolby Digital


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