Real life ex-lovers Ploy Chermarn and Dome Pakorn Lum reunites in the lakorn “Ruk Mai Mee Wan Tai (Love can never die)” by Polypus productions. Dome is playing a cursed immoral, several of hundreds of years old. Ploy is a young woman who is clumsy and lovable. Her father is an archaeologist, which makes her very interested Dome’s character. Who is this man? What era is he from? She wants to know it all. Can you believe ‘Nak’ Charlie Trairat is in here playing someone older and a cop? He’s 17 years old. He’s like a puppy, all you want to do is pat him on the head and give a him cookie treat.
Dome has rejected many roles before this because he wanted to focus on his music. The situation with him and Ploy–there shouldn’t be an issue. Both Ploy and Dome want people to NOT look back at their past, but focus on their work together, which is this lakorn.
“I have rejected many roles, even some with Polypus. I wanted to prove that I can work. I have talked to Ploy before we came here today. We are very ready. Ploy is very talented. I’m very earnest about this, I have been in the entertainment industry for 20 years, I want to try something new. I don’t think there will be an issue regarding Paint (his current girlfriend). She understands. She can differentiate between work and personal life. There will be some ‘guk-gik’ scenes. She understands. If you asked me if she can come to the set. Of course she can. It shouldn’t be an issue. This is work. There is nothing to be concern about.”
Ploy agrees. Their past together shouldn’t be an issue. They are grown and can separate work and their personal lives. Ploy has moved on and is happily dating singer/actor/college professor ‘Navin’ Tar Yaowapalakul, to whom she visited most recently in America.
“I have talked to Dome already. We can work together without any issues. We are all adults. There won’t be any jealousy issues. We want everyone to understand, this is work. We have talked. We know everyone will keep a close eye on us. There is no ‘return’. As for Paint, I met her recently. Though there is a gap between us, there shouldn’t be an issue, ” said Ploy.
The whole crew
Praying to the lakorn gods
Ceremonial stuff from this morning August 4, 2010
Throwing the marigold petals
The guy on the end looks dashing. I should find who he is. I think I know. Too many names to remember.
Ploy looks pretty here
Hawaiian shirt wearing director, he directed “Jaew Jai Rai Gub Khun Chai Taewada (Jaew, the wicked one and Mr.God)”
Ploy and Dome being friendly.