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Bitter/Sweet (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 2009 (USA)
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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.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Brian Chandler
... Calvert Jenkins
... Ticha
... Werner
Carolyn Supaluck Neemayothin ... Mook (as Kalorin Supaluck Neemayothin)
Laura Sorenson ... Amanda
... Komaen
Pakkaramai Potranan ... Mint
Viyada Umarin ... Nee
Sompob Benjathikul ... Pong
Tata Young ... Tata Young
... Stan Berg
... American Tourist
... Café guy
... Ticha (voice)
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American businessman Brian Chandler has a perfect life with a great job and beautiful fiancée. When his boss, renegade coffee mogul Calvert Jenkins sends him to Thailand to inspect a crop for purchase, Brian meets Ticha, a beautiful Bangkok executive who has long-since given up on the prospects of finding love. At the urging of her old village and her coffee farmer parents, Ticha brings Brian to the coffee fields of Southern Krabi, with the hopes that Brian will purchase coffee there. The only problem with this plan is that Brian and Ticha absolutely can not stand to be around each other. As they go from the cosmopolitan bustle of Bangkok to the pristine, white sands beaches of Krabi, their relationship becomes more than just a coffee deal. Written by Ivan Rothman

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To Know (Ter Ru)
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Written by Jaime Reynolds
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Just Bitter
8 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

This movie is awful and insulting to all the Thai Women in Thailand. My biggest complaint with the movie is their depiction of every main, female, character in the movie as rude, antagonistic, and bitchy to complete strangers. Anyone who's ever been to Thailand knows that Thai Women would never act the way they were acting in the movie with a total stranger. As a matter of fact, most Women anywhere in the world would not act so rude to a person they've just met, and expect them to buy their coffee beans. Also, the American Male, who's the coffee buyer in the movie is also portrayed like an push-over, idiot. The Writer should go back to writing class or give up writing anything that has to do with people. It's not because his characters are one dimensional - they're worse, and more like half dimensional.


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