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    A young girl spreads her wings

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 18/06/2021

    » 'Did you know this is huge? It doesn't happen every day. You just gave these kids their first board," says a character in Manjari Makijany's Skater Girl. With what happens in Khempur, a small village in Rajasthan, the skateboard isn't just a toy, it is a symbol of freedom and liberation from having to follow the same endless cycle of unspoken norms.

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    When doctors become ghosthunters

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 04/06/2021

    » There are many ways to frighten audiences in horror movies -- tense storytelling, a gripping narrative, or an eerie atmosphere. However, jump scares are usually a cheap trick to make the audience think they're scared, especially when the filmmaker tends to accompany it with a very loud and frightening sound without any build-up.

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    Doomin' Sun Fest

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 04/06/2021

    » Two princesses of indie-pop -- Jay Som's Melina Duterte and Palehound's Ellen Kempner -- are featuring in a brand-new project called Bachelor. To celebrate the release of their debut album Doomin' Sun, Bachelor has announced Doomin' Sun Fest, a massive virtual livestream event on June 11 with a long list of guests joining in the fun.

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    An enduring friendship

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 03/06/2021

    » Death of a Salesman duo Chaturavidh "Krachai" Chattalada and Prin Amornsupasiri have been back in the studio for the first time in nearly two decades -- proving a long-lasting friendship and surprising local music fans with the release of the new track Steal as well as announcing plans for a sophomore album to be released next year.

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    Zombies are back but with a twist

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 28/05/2021

    » It's not always easy to make a decent zombie movie, especially if your goal is to satisfy a new generation of horror fans as well as those who prefer the old rules of the genre. Nowadays, zombie movies come in all different shapes, styles, and levels of blood and gore. They are constantly evolving and have grown out of George Romero's cult classic Night Of The Living Dead. However, no matter what kind of zombie movie you make, you'll surely need a great story to go along with it too.

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    Latest fright fest earns a first

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 26/05/2021

    » Thai horror films have always been a source of pride for the country. With its rich culture-driven, full-of-mythology and homegrown folklore storylines, Thai films are internationally recognised especially when it comes to tales from beyond the grave. So for the new GDH supernatural horror Ghost Lab to be the first Thai feature film to have its world premiere on Netflix is quite an appropriate choice.

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    A housebound thriller

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 24/05/2021

    » Joe Wright's latest directorial thriller The Woman In The Window has recently been the centre of criticism by fans of the book that the film is based on and others who think the premise borrowed too much from Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 classic film Rear Window. But regardless if one calls it a rip off or an homage to Hitchcock, the opening scene of the movie utilises the camera to pan across the interior of a lonely apartment and settle on a TV freeze-frame of James Stewart's anguished face from Rear Window, so at least they're acknowledging the similarities. And yes, this film is also all about peeping.

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    Serial killings or something more sinister?

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 14/05/2021

    » Ever since the success of the series Making A Murderer, which ran between 2015-2018, Netflix has kept its foot on the true-crime genre with various cases of serial killers highlighted over the years. Each year, the streaming platform has provided viewers with documentaries like the Ted Bundy Tapes (2019), Don't F**k With Cats (2019), The Ripper (2020), and Night Stalker (2021).

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    The wonder women among us

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 12/05/2021

    » What does a superhero like Wonder Woman do while taking a break from fighting crime? Actress Gal Gadot has found a new way to make the world a better place as as executive producer of the documentary series National Geographic: Impact With Gal Gadot, which shows off some real-life heroines.

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    An underwater friendship

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 10/05/2021

    » My Octopus Teacher recently won the Best Documentary category at the Academy Awards, which may be a huge surprise for many. This story of a man and his unlikely friendship with an octopus in the cold ocean off Cape Town, South Africa triumphed over other heavy hitters this year like Alexander Nanau's Collective, a shocking exposé of needless deaths in Romania; Time, a film about a wife fighting for the release of her husband who was jailed for 60 years; or Crip Camp, an Obama-produced story about the battle for disability rights in the US. But for whatever reason, My Octopus Teacher was seen by critics as the type of underdog story the Oscars love. However, was the film really that great? Well, not really.

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