Fun Bar Karaoke
|Fun Bar Karaoke|
The Thai movie poster.
|Directed by||Pen-Ek Ratanaruang|
|Produced by||Dhiranan Sukwibul|
|Written by||Pen-Ek Ratanaruang|
|Edited by||Adrian Brady|
|Distributed by||Five Star Production|
|27 August 1997 |
Fun Bar Karaoke (Thai: ฝันบ้าคาราโอเกะ or Fan ba karaoke, literally "dream crazy karaoke") is a 1997 crime-comedy directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. The film had its world premiere at the 1997 Berlin Film Festival for which Pen-Ek was credited as "Tom Pannet". It screened in the festival's Forum section.
Pu is a young woman who is having some bad dreams. Her father, meanwhile, has fallen in love with a karaoke bar hostess girl named Yok who's the girlfriend of a mobster. A hitman named Noi is then dispatched to kill the father, and Pu ends up falling in love with Noi.
- Fay Atsawet as Pu
- Ray MacDonald as Noi
- Champagne X as Yok
- Phaibunkiat Khiaogao as Pu's Father
- Morris, Ron. 2000. "Bangkok Dispatch", Future Frame (retrieved October 17, 2006).
- Fun Bar Karaoke on IMDb
- Fun Bar Karaoke at Rotten Tomatoes
- Five Star Production synopsis
- Review at View from the Brooklyn Bridge
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