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Rated NR · 93 min. · 2004

Drama

A shock accident on a lonely country road has terrifying repercussions for a Bangkok photographer and his frightened wife in the Thai horror sensation that chilled audiences at the Gerardmer and Bangkok International Film Festivals. Distracted during a late night drive down a long stretch of country road, Tun accidentally runs down a pedestrian who seemed to have materialized out of thin air. Though Tun and his wife Jane attempt to relinquish themselves of responsibility by fleeing the scene and hastily returning to Bangkok, it seems as if someone or something is intent on ensuring that they don't forget their moonlit transgression. When Tun begins to see spectral figures in the images he snaps and Jane finds her dreams taking an unusually dark turn, the pair immediately decides to return to the scene of the accident to find out what became of their hit-and-run victim. Strangely, upon investigating the accident it begins to appear as if there had been no report of the accident and no victim to speak of. Upon returning to Bangkok Tun's friends begin dying at an alarming rate, leaving the pair desperate to unravel the murderous mystery before it consumes them body and soul.~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

Director: Parkpoom Wongpoom and Banjong Pisanthanakun

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