Described as an award show that values creativity, work product, and quality over ratings or popularity comes to its 8th year–the Kom Chad Luek awards 2010. There are 4 main categories: Television Lakorns, Films, Country Music, and Popular Music. Since this site is dedicated to lakorns, I will be only translating the lakorn categories.
Archive for January 2nd, 2011
Two things we know about this film.
One, our ‘Kao’ Jirayu La-ongmanee is in it, adorable kid, who recently turned 15. Woah, don’t I feel old. Secondly, the music is amazing. ‘Rue Du Ron (Summer)’ by the Thai rock band Paradox is the background song for the teaser. The song does give this vibe of summer, of being young and confuse about love. It’s not a new song, it is several years old, but it one of those songs that is ageless. I love it.
“Love Julinsee (Ruk Man Yai Mak)” is produced by M-Thirtynine (M๓๙) and will be opening nationwide in April.
It is a combination teen-drama love story, the title says it all–”Love Julinsee (Ruk Man Yai Mak-Love is enormous)”. I recognize 3 veteran young actors in this ensemble: ‘Saipan’ Apinya Sakuljaroensuk, Alex Rendell, and Kao Jirayu. The rest, they are all newbies.
The phrases in the teaser:
Sometimes love is not too mindful…youth.
At several instances you don’t have to LOVE a lot…but you must…be very clear.
Sometimes…you can love, but you must…be able to wait.
And if you think you can love a friend…you have to be willing to lose…your close friend.