9 Wat (Nine Wats aka Secret Sunday)


I usually work in black and white.

It's mysterious and intriguing.

I play with other colors sometimes,

depending on each assignment

and on my mood at the moment.

I like to play with the audience's feelings,

like you've seen in my portfolio

what I'm creating for you is the same.

The entire space is covered

with black-and-white graphics.

But it has movement, a mirage of motion

graphics, combined with the lightning

that gives accent to the piece.

Before the event

I'll install some fiber optics

that will complement the lightning.

I guarantee it'll be like a head trip

into a labyrinth.

I want to surprise the guests at the opening.

Do whatever you like to make sure

they'll have goose bumps when they see it.

You bet.

What's that?

Another surprise for me?

Rats, maybe.

It must be a giant rat.

There's nothing.

Shit... what the f*ck is that?

- Boss!

- Hey / Boss!

Damn it!

Whats the matter? You look troubled.

I've had a bad dream.

Dreams are just dreams.

I'm worried about my son.

I thought you talked

on the phone all the time.

Because of last night's dream,

my mind is on edge.

I'm afraid he's suffering from bad luck.

I'll tell him to go make merit.

What do you think your emminence?

Do it if it'll ease your worried mind.

There's nothing wrong with making merit.




Where are you?

Don't play games like this.

I don't like it.

You guys are nuts!

I'm not in the mood for this.

Sorry, we're just joking.

Let's go to the party.

Come, we're all dressed up.

I want to go home to sleep.

No time for you nonsense.

Please come with us to the party.

I'll slap you ghosts all the way back

to your graves.

Let's take some pictures.



Are you free this weekend?

- The gang's going to Chiang Mai.

- Why?

We have a long holiday.

You think we're going there to make merit?

- Cool man.

- Are you coming?

I need to pee. Where's the toilet?

Over there.

Hey, what's up Poon?

You said you couldn't come!

Joop, you bitch,

I didn't know it was the same party.

Wait for me here, I've got to use the toilet.

- Ok.

- You scared me!

So you've been partying a lot lately?

I didn't want to come tonight.

Nat dragged me here.

So you two are getting serious?


It's been longer than usual.

Is one year unusually long?

Usually you ditch men like old underwear.

You want me to count them for you?

I think you should at least tell him.

What's the point?

By the way, I've got the number.

The clinic is around Ta Din Daeng.

Are you sure you want to do this?


Think about it carefully.

See you outside.

Boy, this is the ladies' room.



I have to stop at the office

to get my camera.


Why don't we drop in to see

your mom in Uthai?

It's on the way, isn't it?


I just want to get to know her.

I'm not kidding.

It's on the way to Chiang Mai anyway.

My mom is a bore, it'll be a waste of time.

Come on, just to say hi.

For Mom, Happy New Year 2008

I sensed that you'd be coming, so I got up

early to cook these steamed fish cakes.

How's your work going?

It's all right.

What's your salary now?


How did you meet Nat?

Update me.


I'm sort of friend of a friend of a friend.

What year were you born?


The Year of the Rooster.

Yes, ma'am.

So you're almost one year older than Nat.


Last week I called you...

What was it about?

I want you to go make merit

at 9 temples to ward off misfortune.

What did you dream about this time?

I'm not joking.

I'm worried that we're in for some bad luck.

What did you dream about?

They say we shouldn't discuss our dreams

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