Synopsis: Lek and Kong work side by side at the shopping mall. Lek is a lonely locksmith, and Kong is an aspiring writer. When Kong comes up with a plan to put Leks lock picking skills to good use, ...
Genre: Drama
98 min

It's an old place...

an old building,

the sun's real hot.


There's a girl

standing in the sunlight.

She's holding a red umbrella,

Her face is really cute and sad.

There's a huge pillar behind her.

And the number is...

What's the number?

I don't know.

She looks like...

she's waiting for someone.

Full of sadness.

Can you see it?


Every time I hear this song, I see her.

It's so realistic

I wonder if I've seen her before in real life.

The girl of your dreams.

Good song, right?


I'm not feeling it.

Reminds me of my college sweetheart.

We listened to it together.

Let's go.

It's time.


Why are you taking it?

You don't even have a record player.

It's never been played.

I'd appreciate it more.

- There's a smudge there.

- No...

That was there already.

Are you sure?


It was there already.

Kids, wake up.

Hurry up and eat.

I wanna use a fork.

Kong, how much time do we have?


Four hours.

We should leave by two to be safe.

This smells nice.


This smells better.


Naughty girl.


Wanna watch a movie?



Which one would you do?



Not my type.

I'd do both of them.

Do you have Gossip Star?



Where's Piek?

He quit. I'm his replacement.

My name's Kong.

Good book?


Do you like to read?


What's the book?


James Bond?

No, the other Bourne.

The spy who lost his memory.

Sounds familiar.

Does that actually happen?

Maybe he doesn't want to remember.

How does it end?


He remembers and then finds his way home.

You're a real bookworm huh?

I wanted to be a writer.

But I don't have enough experience.

- You need experience?

- Of course.

If I wanted to write about a spy,

I'd have to know what it was like to be a spy.

What did you do before?

I worked on movie sets.

Did the continuity.



Making sure that everything looks the same

from shot to shot.

Why did you quit?

Making movies is cooler than writing.

Not cool.

Movies aren't original.

Even this one has a movie copy.


You're locked out?

What type of lock do you have?

I can pick any lock.

But I'm not available right now,

I'm at the shop.

Don't worry.

No scratch.

Like I was never there.



You haven't showered?

You'll be late.

Bye, mom.


What's the matter?

I couldn't find my shirt.

Which one?

The red one. It's my favorite.

Happens all the time.

When you stop looking,

that's when you'll find it.

I only have a few shirts.

My flat is tiny.

Or maybe someone is sneaking into my place?

Who would sneak into your place?


You didn't eat breakfast?

I'm bored of eating at home.

Eating at someone else's place is better?

- Lek.

- Huh?

- Do you like teriyaki chicken.

- What?

- Teriyaki chicken.

- What's that?

Chicken with soy sauce.


Just buy the one with no smell.

Don't leave any trace.

I'm going to buy gloves.

Who are you spying on?


Then why are you standing here?

My ex-girlfriend.

- Really?

- Yeah.

Is she pretty? What's her name?


Why don't you go and say hello?

Better not.


I dumped her in college.

She was hurt.

Tried to kill herself.

How is she now?

I don't know.

But she looked okay.

No worries then.

Let's go.


Why the sad face?

Haven't you ever had a girlfriend?



You've never had a girlfriend?


I'm no good with girls.

Are you gay?

It's just...

It's easy. You just start chatting.

I have nothing to chat about.

Chat about anything. This, that, daily life.

There's nothing good about my life.

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Kongdej Jaturanrasamee

Kongdej Jaturanrasamee (Thai: คงเดช จาตุรันต์รัศมี, born 1972) is a Thai screenwriter and film director. His screenplays include The Letter, Tom-Yum-Goong, Noo Hin: The Movie and Me ... Myself. His own films include Sayew and Midnight My Love. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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