A woman wants to reorganize her house and convert it into a home office. She will throw away anything that has been lying around unused. However, she faces a great challenge when she comes across some items that belonged to her ex-boyfriend.
Jean (Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying) wants to convert her house into a home office and she needs to majorly declutter and reorganize her entire house. Anything that has been lying around unused, she just simply throws all. However, Jean faces a great challenge when she comes across some items that belonged to Aim (Sunny Suwanmethanont), her ex-boyfriend. Although she has no use for the items, each one reminds her of a story that brings back memories, along with unresolved feelings that cannot be easily discarded by just dumping them into the garbage bag. Jean has to decide what to do with Aim's stuff. Should she just throw everything, keep everything, or return the items to their rightful owner to clear them completely from her house and her heart?Written by
Having new apartment by get rid of all the stuff in the past. It sounds damn easy but it occurs to the lady who think also but actually not. Stuff is dead but memory it recalls is priceless. When the daughter decide to throw his dad piano, her mum breakdown. It just makes me feel why my parents won't throw stuff for the sake of their reasons. It's a light movie but good one for some thinking too.
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