Fake (2003 film)
The Thai theatrical poster
|Directed by||Thanakorn Pongsuwan|
|Produced by||Prachya Pinkaew
|Written by||Joon Bum Ahn
|Music by||Apichet Kumphu
|Edited by||Lee Chatametikool
|Distributed by||Sahamongkol Film International|
Fake (Thai: เฟค โกหกทั้งเพ) is a 2003 Thai romantic drama film directed by Thanakorn Pongsuwan. It starred Leo Putt (Putthipong Sriwat), Ray MacDonald, Tah Barby (Phaopol Thephatsadin na Ayutthaya) and Pachrapa Chaichua. The debut feature by Thanakorn, it was screened at the Vancouver International Film Festival, the Stockholm International Film Festival and the Singapore International Film Festival in 2003 and 2004.
Three young hipster men who share an apartment in Bangkok are chasing after women, but are unaware that it's the same woman they are after.
- Leo Putt (Putthipong Sriwat) as Poh
- Ray MacDonald as Sung
- Tah Barby (Phaopol Thephatsadin na Ayutthaya) as Bay
- Pachrapa Chaichua as Paweena
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