Official Trailer for Thailand Relationship Drama 'Till We Meet Again'
"Forget about everything else… just go." An official trailer has debuted for the indie film Till We Meet Again, a relationship drama about a couple that gets into a fight and separates while traveling in Thailand. The film is made by a Thai filmmaker named Bank Tangjaitrong, who studied in the US, and is making his debut. This is the first time I've heard about this film (via Indiewire) but it sounds quite unique. Starring Johan Matton and Linnea Larsdotter as Erik and Joanna, the film cuts between the thier past life in New York and their trip in Thailand. The cast includes Emrhys Cooper, Astrea Campbell-Cobb and Vithaya Pansingram. The looks like a very lovely yet emotionally devastating drama about life and love.
Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Bank Tangjaitrong's Till We Meet Again, direct from YouTube:
A multi layered indie drama about a young New York couple, on the turning point of their struggling relationship, making an eventful journey to Thailand that will change their lives forever. It's a character based original drama with a real but exciting plot that takes us on an interesting journey with 5 characters in Thailand that experience 2 different journeys as we flash back into a 3rd journey, their past life in New York, to understand more who they are. Till We Meet Again is directed by Thai filmmaker Bank Tangjaitrong, making his feature debut after a few shorts previously; he trained at the New York Film Academy. The screenplay is by John Matton and Alix Purcell. For more info, visit the official website. Till We Meet Again opens in select US theaters + on VOD starting November 25th this month. Intrigued?
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
Looks alright. I must say SE Asia is screwed due to the amount of foreigner visitors it receives. They are reliant on the tourism dollars the Chinese/Europeans/Aussies/Americans bring in. From what I have seen most visitors just use the various countries as bin receptacles, partying, doing drugs and sleeping with hookers.
DAVIDPD on Nov 9, 2016
Good point! This problem is covered and spoken about in this film! 🙂 /Filmmaker of Till We Meet Again
Changing Film on Nov 9, 2016
Looks like rich kids problem. But then again, it might reflect the respective country they visited and say something important ...
shiboleth on Nov 9, 2016
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