Theme Depth: ★★
Uniqueness of Plot: ★★
Technical Elements: ★★★
The ghosts of two rather immature, funny boys and one creepy, angsty girl are haunting the school grounds of their old institution. A young art teacher who is naturally predisposed to a terror of all things supernatural has the unfortunate ability to actually see these spooky beings, along with the many other terrifying creatures haunting his workplace. Caught between the desperate efforts of the young boys to befriend him, the undesired affections of a persistent gay ghost, and the frankly ghastly young girl who wants to find her equally dead lover, he's in for quite the adventure!
Not going to win any "film of the year" awards by Hollywood standards, but a rather spunky film in and of itself. As with many Thai scripts, the comedy is simplistic and overdone and the drama dark and lacking a happy ending. But overall, it made me laugh and was a cute wasted hour and a half. Not something you pick up with the intention of watching a deep, get in there and grab you movie; rather leans towards the slapstick comedy. The characters are cute (except the ghost girl - she's just plain horrifying) ~ and I loved the male lead. He did a great job with the role given him, bouncing back and forth between hilarious teacher to hilarious ghost whisperer. For once, the female lead didn't even get on my nerves; she actually matched him really well. The two ghost boys were played by actors that seemed MUCH to old to be in that role, but they worked well off of one another. Great movie for nights when you have time to kill, but you don't want to involve your brain too much.