Tang Wong

Four Bangkok youths who couldn’t be more different: cool K-Pop dancer Em can’t handle being dumped by his girlfriend; Yong and Jay are at risk of losing the final in a grand quiz; and Best must score points in table tennis for his sports scholarship. Yet they all have one thing in common: none of them really believes in the power of spirits but in their desperation they have all made a vow at a simple street shrine. When all their prayers are unexpectedly answered, they are faced with the new problem of having to honour their promises. The four must now take part in the public performance of a traditional Thai dance in full folklore regalia. Nothing could be more embarrassing. Rightly afraid of humiliating themselves, they frantically cast about for a way out of their predicament. [Synopsis courtesy of Berlinale]

Snap (2015)

Pueng, daughter of a military Colonel, has planned to spend her married life with Mann, a young Lieutenant with a promising future. On the day Martial Law was announced, she received a wedding invitation from a high school friend back in her hometown. Upon her return to Chanthaburi, Pueng is reunited with her old friends and encounters Boy who came back to work at the promising event as a wedding photographer. The unresolved feelings between Pueng and Boy resurface as they relive the old memories of their youthful days.