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In 1966, a USIS mobile film unit, a CIA-supported itinerant film troupe consists of four Thai officers and one American team leader, travels to outlying villages in northeast Thailand to screen anti-communist propaganda films. In the middle of the trip, at a border village, the team and the locals found a mutilated dead body in the Mekong River. While the USIS team begins investigating in an area experiencing tension between the Thai authorities and the communists, Thai people today would realize that the dead body resembles that of an exiled Thai dissident, a self-proclaimed revolutionary who has gone missing in the present day.
Ukrit Sa-nguanhai is Thai video artist, filmmaker and lecturer. Currently he lives and works in Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Born and raised in a lower middle class family in Nakhon Pathom, a countryside town, Ukrit is interested in working with subject that related to his background. Currently, he focuses on amateur film aesthetic and a collaborative work with local people. His works have screened in several film festivals and art exhibitions including Sharjah Biennale in the UAE in 2013 and the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland in 2019.
Parnupong Kamsan started his first career as a creative position for GMM25 and LIFE RECORDS on GMM One TV Channel. After that, he continues his career path as a producer for both Thai and international TV shows, advertising, music video, live streaming and concert films.
Tuntita Nititsopon graduated with an MBA degree, majoring in marketing, and a bachelor’s degree in production design for cinema and digital media with a first-class honor. In 2017, Tuntita started her first producer position and the film was selected to screen in Pardi di domani Competition at the 72nd Locarno Film Festival. That was a huge motivation for her to keep moving as an independent film producer as they are where art and marketing meet.