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ced5a5f5e9 I think there is no way to consciously formulate a cinematic response to an oppressive political situation. It did not specify which scenes were deemed offensive. In a way I should not have been so surprised, since Ive translated many different things, from laws to poetry, and Ive always found that the better the writing, the easier it is to translate. Saisingh Siributr,Aaliyah S., andChomwan Weeraworawit. Im mistrusted because I have no doctrine except John Keats Beauty is Truth; my creative roots are purely organic story-telling. The film is a metatheatrical exercise in the powers of play, whether that is the performance of a dictator, the performance of a Shakespearean play, or a blurring the two. The tyrant halts the production of the play. Caithness Navy Gunmithree . The case of Insects in the Backyard, the other film that has also sued the censors in the same court (Administrative Court is for cases filed by citizens against governmental organizations) has already dragged on for 3 years. I have to say that for Shakespeare Must Die, I made the conscious decision to trust Shakespeare absolutely, wherever that might lead, no matter how scary or uncool this might sometimes prove to be.
IK: The future of Thailand? Actually I feel optimistic. All other films only had to submit a synopsis and treatment. Why should Thaksin [Shinawatra] have a monopoly on the color red as well as on everything else? Power and greed are very sensitive topics to use in a movie in Thailand since such topics could be seen as a reference to the 2006 coup that overthrew the government of the Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. But, Ing Kanjanavanit, the film's director, said the censorship committee objected to anti-monarchy overtones in the film as well as politically charged content, including a scene based on a photograph from Bangkok's 1976 student uprising showing a demonstrator being lynched. Controversy. Art and Censorship panel. Please reload or try later. Director of photography: Manit Sriwanichpoom. This contradiction has lead to much speculation on why the movie was banned.