Ghost of Mae Nak (2005) by Mark Duffield

One of the most prominent ghost stories of Thai folklore, the legend of Mae Nak is a bone-chilling story told in their culture which manages to have resonating impact throughout their film-works. Having been adapted well over twenty times by the time this production was filmed, British director Mark Duffield offers a stellar and utterly enjoyable variation that’s not only a rather original take on the legend on its own, but also gives this particular story a solid entry point to look into.

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Troubled by strange dreams, Mak, (Pataratida Pacharawirapong) decides to move into a new house with fiancée Nak, (Siwat Chotchaicharin) which she hopes will stop his problems. As the neighborhood seems desirable for the couple, and despite the efforts of friends Noi, (Meesak Nakarat) and Chai, (Chalermpol Pattarapakul) he is still troubled by the dreams. Soon, he reveals that they now take the appearance
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