Thailand | 2017 | Color | Drama | 75 min 

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DCP | 1.85:1 | DOLBY 5.1

 SYNOPSIS 

Death often comes unexpectedly--what happens the day before is usually ordinary: all the little things that make life worth living. In Bangkok, friends celebrate their graduation, siblings meet again, a couple separates, an actress is waiting to be called on set...  A sweet, melancholic and philosophical reflection on the fate and the ephemerality of life. 

 FESTIVALS, selective list 

- Berlinale 2018, Forum

- Osaka Asian FF 2018

- HKIFF 2018, Global Vision

 AWARDS 

- Bangkok Critics Assembly Awards 2018

          Best Supporting Actress

- Starpics Awards 2018

          Best Supporting Actress

- Thai Film Director Association Awards 2018

          Best Supporting Actress

- Five Flavours Asian Film Festival 2018      

           New Asian Cinema: Best Film

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Press kit

 CAST & CREDITS 

Cast

 

 

 

Director  

Screenwriter           
DoP  

Editing  

Sound       

  
Music     

Producers

Production

International Sales

Sunny SUWANMETHANONT

Patcha POONPIRIYA

Sirat INTARACHOTE

Rattanrat EERTAWEEKUL

Morakot LIU

Kanyapak WUTTARA

Chutimon CHUENGCHAROENSUKYING

Violette WAUTIER

Koramit VAJARASTHIRA

Chonnikan NETJUI

Jarinporn JOONKIAT

Kom

Chauncheun    

Nawapol THAMRONGRATTANARIT

Nawapol THAMRONGRATTANARIT

Niramon ROSS

Nawapol THAMRONGRATTANARIT

Chonlasit UPANIGKIT 

Wantanee ARUNYAPONGPAISAL   

Pokpong JITDEE

Tongta JITDEE

Donsaron KOVITVANITCHA

Pacharin SURAWATANAPONGS

Very Sad Pictures

Asian Shadows

 PRESS REVIEWS 

"Rarely has the subject of human mortality been treated with such playful dexterity as in Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit’s Die Tomorrow. This narrative/doc hybrid hones in on the existential question, ‘When is it our time to die?’, and goes about answering it through a mix of staged re-enactments, captured interviews and surprisingly droll text-based asides"

- Ben CROLL, Screen


"What emerges is a deeply thoughtful mosaic on the human relationship to time."

--Rowena Santos AQUINO, VCinemaShow


"For a movie about such a grim subject matter, the result can be surprisingly pleasant and even uplifting."

-- Jordan MINTZER, The Hollywood Reporter

 

"Thamrongrattanarit’s stimulating rhythm and unhurried pacing slowly casts a spell over the viewer who, in turn, are rewarded with a series of tender moments that highlight the simple pleasures that make life worth living."

-- Parick GAMBLE, CineVue