The Thai movie poster.
|Directed by||Peter Manus|
|Produced by||Prachya Pinkaew|
|Written by||Peter Manus
|Music by||Wild At Heart|
|Editing by||Dusanee Puinongpho|
|Distributed by||Sahamongkol Film International|
|Release dates||September 20, 2002|
|Running time||103 minutes|
999-9999 (Thai: ต่อ - ติด - ตาย ) is a 2002 Thai horror film directed by Peter Manus and starring Sririta Jensen and Julachak Jakrapong. The story, about the deadly consequences of receiving a telephone call from the number 999-9999, is similar in premise to Final Destination or 976-EVIL.
A young woman who was given the nickname Rainbow is a new transfer student to an international school in Phuket from Chiang Mai. She joins a clique led by Sun, and Rainbow's new friends are curious about the mysterious, violent death that took place in her old school.
According to Rainbow, the victim, just before his death, had received a call on his cell phone from the number 999-9999, in which recipients are supposed to have their wishes fulfilled.
One by one, Rainbow's new friends try to call the number and die, until Rainbow is the only one left.
- Chulachak Chakrabongse as Sun
- Sririta Jensen as Rainbow
- Paula Taylor as Meena
- Thepparit Raiwin as Chi
- Norajan Sangigern as Wawa
- Titinun Keatanakon as Rajit
- Ramit Romon as Moo Priew
- Pisut Praesangeam as Officer at station
- Janeen Lyons as MTV Veejay
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