Country / Year: Thailand / 2017
Genre: Romantic Drama
Director: Banjong Pisanthanakun
Starring: Chantavit Dhanasevi, Nittha Jirayungyurn, Theerapat Sajakul
Country / Year
Thailand / 2017
Chantavit Dhanasevi, Nittha Jirayungyurn, Theerapat Sajakul
Haven’t we all at least once wished for one chance, one more chance, one word, for one falling star to grant one dream, for One Day?
From Thailand’s Banjong Pisanthanakun, director of ‘Hello Stranger’ (2010), ‘Pee Mak’ (2013) and ‘The Teacher’s Diary’ (2014), all films previously screened at the East Winds Film Festival comes ‘One Day’.
A lovely and heart-warming romantic story of two people in search of happiness and love, and maybe in search of each other, ‘One Day’ is a film you will enjoy even if you are a love cynic.
A one-sided love, a secret love, the perfect occasion, a wish, a bell toll, snow, an accident, followed by short term memory loss, gives Denchai (Chantavit Dhanasevi) one single day to confess his true feelings to his co-worker Nui (Nittha Jirayungyurn).
Will the IT geek pull off the Prince Charming role and win Nui’s heart, or will he stumble over his own insecurities and unwelcoming demeanour? He might, or he might not, or maybe, Nui doesn’t even wait for a Prince Charming to save her, but for a computer engineer to truly and unconditionally love her.
There is only one way to find out, by attending the film’s screening at the East Winds Film Festival and getting lost with the characters in a sometimes sweet, other times bitter love story which will fill your hearts with warmth and make you dream of a romantic winter day, no matter the final outcome.
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