Young love, sweet love.
A little thing called love is one of my Thai favorite films. I have been watching this for how many times. This movie has an excellent combination of comedy and romance. It will give you a warm feeling, well, I have laughed and cried over and over.
The movie’s plot was very simple, but it can bring back of your erstwhile romance and fantasy to someone you really liked, or the memories of your sweet first love and how good it was to have such feelings.
It’s just tugged my heartstrings.
Sua (Chantavit Dhnasevi) and Jib (Preechaya Pongthananikorn) are like any other couple in a relationship conforming with the struggles. They are working in the same bank company which has the strict policy of “No Fraternization”. Because of the strict rule, they have kept their relationship secret for the past 5 years.
You might be wondering why ATM? Well, due to a new software upgrade, customers get double amount of money when they get the cash from it. The story develops when Sua and Jib must find those customers who withdraw twice and get the money back. The one who can do the job first will continue working in their company and the other one has to resign.
“Pee Mak has earned more than 1 billion baht ($33 million) in revenue worldwide (mostly in Asia), and is currently the highest grossing Thai film and one of Asia’s highest grossing films of all time. The film has been screened in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Myanmar, Cambodia, Australia, Malaysia, Laos, Vietnam, Taiwan, Singapore, Philippines, China, South Korea and the United States. “
I had so much fun in this movie. The best!