Anatomy of Time

Jakrawal NILTHAMRONG Thailand, France, Netherlands, Singapore 118 Min R21 (Sexual Scenes and Nudity) Southeast Asian Premiere

Unhurried and atmospheric, this character study of a woman across two fragments in her life is a rumination on the nature of existence.

In the political fog of Cold War-era Thailand, a rickshaw driver and an army captain vie for the affections of a clockmaker’s daughter. In the present, she is resigned to spending her days looking after the captain, now a vilified, comatose general.

Timing & Venue

Price

4 December 2021,
Saturday, 7.30pm
Filmgarde Bugis+ 8

$15.00

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English Title

Anatomy of Time

Original Title

เวลา

Country

Thailand, France, Netherlands, Singapore

Year

2021

Runtime

118 Min

Rating

R21 (Sexual Scenes and Nudity)

Language(s)

Thai

Subtitles

English

Credits

Jakrawal NILTHAMRONG

Thai artist and filmmaker Jakrawal NILTHAMRONG often reinterprets concepts from eastern philosophy in his works, which range from short films to video installations and documentaries. His feature Vanishing Point (2015) clinched the topmost Tiger Award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. Anatomy of Time premiered in competition at Venice Film Festival’s Orizzonti section.

Cast & Crew

Cast

Thaveeratana LEELANUJA
Prapamonton EIAMCHAN
Sorabodee CHANGSIRI
Wanlop RUNGKUMJAD

Screenwriter

Jakrawal NILTHAMRONG

Producer

Mai MEKSAWAN

Chatchai CHAIYON

Yohann CORNU

Anouk SLUIZER

Panuksmi HARDJOWIROGO

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