A western businessman, his Thai wife and son experience a horrible accident while visiting Bangkok. In the aftermath, they find there is a shadow world between life and death where endless darkness lies.
Brian, an American businessman, is sent to Thailand in search of local coffee plantations to purchase, but he ends up finding more than just coffee, and that the original purpose of the trip might not even be about coffee after all.
Destiny has brought Ten and Pao to meet through a story in touring book. Though they haven't seen each other yet, the letters in the book was written and sent to both of them. Until one day... See full summary »
This prequel and sequel rolled into one is about a unique volleyball team composed of gay men, transvestites, and a transsexual. The teams gains attention as they win a lot of men's volleyball matches in Thailand. The team name is The Iron Ladies, and they live up to their name with their athletic prowess and their personalities. The team struggles with different opinions, personality clashes, and financial hard times, but they come together in the end because they are a team of friends -- for a match with their local rivals.Written by
They should leave the initial movie alone. In summary, the whole plot is a complete mess. It emphasizes more on the individuals' background (which is of no use and weak/no relevance to this movie), instead of the team as a whole and the volleyball competition. Poor acting skills - unnatural acting (not because they are gays, definitely). There are lots of exaggerating moments - too much shrieking, characters jumping around and tantrum throwers. The pace is too fast, in a haste and thoughtless. I am not suggesting that the movie should be made longer but it should have substance, connection and relevant to each event/ scenario. Viewers should avoid this tasteless-made movie and instead choose Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (same genre).
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