The Tin Mine
|The Tin Mine|
The Thai film poster.
|Directed by||Jira Maligool|
|Produced by||Jira Maligool
|Written by||Ajin Panjapan (story)
|Edited by||Pan Busabaan|
|Distributed by||GMM Tai Hub|
|17 May 2005|
|Budget||~ 70 million baht|
The Tin Mine (Thai: มหา’ลัย เหมืองแร่ or Maha'lai muang rae) is a 2005 Thai biographical drama film directed by Jira Maligool. It is adapted from short stories by Ajin Panjapan and his semi-autobiographical account of growing up in a mining camp in southern Thailand during the post-World War II years. The Tin Mine was the official entry from Thailand for Best Foreign Language Film at the 78th Academy Awards.
- Pijaya Vachajitpan as Arjin Panjapan
- Donlaya Mudcha as La-iad
- Sonthaya Chitmanee as Kai
- Anthony Howard Gould as Sam (The Boss)
- Ajin Panjapan as Himself
- Jaran Petcharoen as Grandpa Deang
- Niran Sattar as John
- Jumpol Thongtan as The Shopkeeper
- Bill O'Leary as Tom (Sam's Brother)
- Ajin's boss gives Ajin an airline ticket to return to Bangkok, but the ticket is a flight coupon of Thai Airways International in 2005.
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