Samui Song

Synopsis: A soap opera actress finds herself increasingly pressured by her husband, a rich foreigner entirely devoted to a charismatic cult leader.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Pen-Ek Ratanaruang

because that little

cock of yours

isn't crowing anymore.

'Guy Spencer'

Why don't you divorce him?

Then I'll be flat broke.

If I divorce him, I

won't get a penny.

He has to divorce me.

It's in the contract.

That contract again?


He hits you too?

Last night. I was really scared.

Your story reminds me

of a friend in the Philippines.

Exactly the same case.

But my friend was lucky.

She woke up one morning...

and her husband disappeared.

He went to work...

and never came back.

How did he disappear?

No one knows.

He just vanished.

I wish that would happen to me.

Would you like it to?

It's possible.

You sound like you're

in the movies.

Lots of movies are based

on true stories.

I have to go.

Thanks for the lunch.

Thanks for the cigarettes.

I want to be in his film.

I'll even audition for it.

Why? His films make no sense!

That director makes movies that

no one understands.

He's harsh, and pays peanuts.

- Have you seen his movies?

- Once.

Slept through it.

- Which one?

- Can't remember...

The one where a guy wanders

around a ship the whole time.

When I woke up, he was still

walking in that damn ship.

I'm bored with soap operas.

Bored of being evil.

I want something different.

You can't afford to be bored!

What else do Thais watch

except for soaps?

Plus, aren't you famous

because of those bitchy roles?

Whenever you're ready, sir.

Young people are

always in a hurry!

- Isn't that right, Deputy?

- Yes, sir.

Do you have beer?

Yes, sir.

Please bring three bottles.

Maestro. Shall we?

Please follow me.



Just a minute!

She's all yours.

Close the door.

Close it.

You don't need to wear that.

What can I do for you, Sir?

Have a seat.

Would you like more beer?

Let's give your wine a try.

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