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Manta Ray
(Kraben Rahu)

by Phuttiphong AROONPHENG

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In 2015, on a hill near Padang Besar, a border town in southern Thailand some 300 metres from the Perlis tunnel leading into Malaysia, came the discovery of a mass grave containing the bodies of Rohingya refugees. This dreadful and still unsolved mystery is obliquely referred to in the two-step story of Manta Ray, where a wounded man left for dead is found in a mangrove swamp by a young Thai fisherman. The young man rescues him, takes him home, nurses him and names him Thongchai. Their relationship grows (though the stranger cannot speak his language) until one day the fisherman vanishes. This is the first feature that the experienced cinematographer, Phuttiphong Aroonpheng, has directed. His gaze transcends the topicality of his subject by developing it in a poetic and unexpected way. What importance is given to the word welcome when someone decides to give it a place in their life ? AR

  • Titre françaisManta Ray
  • Original titleKraben Rahu
  • Titre internationalManta Ray
  • ScénarioPhuttiphong AROONPHENG
  • MontageLee CHATAMETIKOOL, Harin PAESONGTHAI
  • MusiqueOtt Christine
  • ProductionDiversion, les Films de l'Etranger, Youku Pictures
  • CastingHama Aphi sit, Wayrana Rasmee, RungkUmjad Wanlop
  • DistributionJour2Fete : eglantine.stasiecki@jour2fete.com
  • Support de projectionDCP
  • Ratio1:85

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