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- Movie: Ploy
- Thai: พลอย
- Director: Pen-Ek Ratanaruang
- Writer: Pen-Ek Ratanaruang
- Producer: Rewat Vorarat
- Cinematographer: Chankit Chamnivikaipong
- Release Date: June 7, 2007 (Thailand)
- Runtime: 130 min.
- Language: Thai
- Country: Thailanad
A married couple, Wit and Daeng, arrive from the United States to attend a funeral in Thailand. They have been married for 7 years (8 if you go by Wit’s recollection) and the tension in their marriage has slowly increased with each passing day.
Once they settle into their hotel room, Daeng decides to go down to the hotel bar to buy a pack of cigarettes. Daeng ends up having a drink at the bar and watches a teenage couple goof around as they are the only other patrons in the bar. After the teenage boy passes out on the table, the spunky young girl comes up to Wit and strikes up a conversation. Daeng learns that the girl’s name is Ploy and she is 19 years old. The girl is waiting for her mother to arrive at 10:30 in the morning. It’s now 5:30 am and the bar is soon ready to close. Wit then offers to let Ploy take a shower in his hotel room prior to meeting her mother.
When Wit and Ploy go back to his hotel room, his wife lets them in, but doesn’t hide her displeasure at seeing her husband’s unannounced guest. In private, Wit explains to Daeng that he just wants Ploy to stay for a few hours until her mother arrives. As the couple try to sleep in the bedroom and Ploy sleeps on the living room couch, all the problems that has been brewing in their relationship seems to finally come out into the open.
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