One Night Husband

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One Night Husband
One Night Husband movie poster.jpg
The Thai theatrical poster.
Directed by Pimpaka Towira
Produced by

Mingmonkul Sonakul
Paiboon Damrongchaitham

Boosaba Daoruang
Written by Laddawan Ratanadilokchai
Pimpaka Towira
Prabda Yoon
Starring Nicole Theriault
Siriyakorn Pukkavesh
Music by Kasemson Brahmasubha
Cinematography Christoph Janetzko
Edited by Lee Chatametikool
Distributed by GMM Pictures
Release date
August 1, 2003
Running time
96 minutes
Country Thailand
Language Thai

One Night Husband (Thai: คืนไร้เงา or Kuen rai ngao) is a 2003 Thai thriller film directed by Pimpaka Towira and co-written by Pimpaka and Prabda Yoon. It was the debut feature film for Pimpaka, an independent film director and one of the few female directors working in the Thai film industry. One Night Husband was also the film debut of Thai-Canadian pop singer Nicole Theriault.

Plot[edit]

On her first night with her husband, newlywed Sipang's husband Napat takes a mysterious phone call and then leaves. When he doesn't return, Sipang asks her new brother-in-law, Chatchai, to help. Joining Sipang in her search is Chatchai's timid wife Busaba. As the search for Napat drags on, Sipang uncovers some disturbing things about her husband's past.

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Reception[edit]

One Night Husband premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2003 and was screened at several other film festivals in 2003, including the Deauville Asian Film Festival, Hong Kong International Film Festival, Singapore International Film Festival, CINEFAN Film Festival, Fukuoka Asian Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival and the Stockholm International Film Festival.

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