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Whilst growing up in rural Thailand, a young orphan girl is taught the ways of magic by her grandmother. But when grandmother falls sick, Dau is lured to Bangkok to find work so that she can buy medicine. She finds herself working in a go-go bar, and her journey from naiveté to maturity is swift. She uses the magical skills her grandmother taught her to her advantage, but in doing so makes enemies within the bar. As her magic gets darker, and the consequences increasingly horrific, she gradually loses control, and something evil takes over.

January 01, 2005

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Thai dancers will eat you

Reviewed by chelano

This is a strange yet interesting story. A young 18 year old girl's grandma gets sick. The grandma teaches her a black magic. The girl goes to the city to get a job so she has money to help her grandma. The job is being a dancer and a prostitute. It is funny since the girl looks younger than 18. Ok maybe not funny, but makes you feel a little uneasy watching it. Now she wants to be the best dancer so she uses magic to do so and in return she loses herself and becomes a demon that is sort of like a vampire. This could of been an excellent movie, but the ending did not resolve the beginning. It is like it was just cut off and you have a million questions not answered. Suangporn Jaturaphut plays the lead and they did not hire her for this character because she has the word porn in her name. She was actually a really good actress and was enjoyable to watch. There were some actresses as side dancers that really were horrible and not fun to watch. They came off as very annoying. When Suangporn Jaturaphut was dressed as the demon, she was pretty creepy looking. But when she attacked, it looked kind of fake. How she kills was pretty interesting though. Again, another different take on the whole demon vampire thing; which makes it more original. So the first ten minutes of the movie should of been in there since the movie needed about 10 minutes at the end to explain it and they never did. Other than that, it was an interesting movie to watch.

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