Rainy romance

Summer is nearly over, which means that rainy season is on the way. If you’re wondering how to spend your time during the wet weather, then seeing Sahamongkol Film’s latest romantic comedy Reu Doo Tee Chun Ngao (Love in the Rain) might be a nice idea.

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    Thai animation short takes top prize at the Asia Digital Art Award 2012.

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