27 May '11, 2am

Thai Director Apichatpong Weerasethakul Talks Time Travel, Politics And ‘Primitive’ Show At New Museum

While developing “Uncle Boonmee” in 2009, the Thai director received a commission from a German museum to create a video installation about the the isolated and cursed village of Nabua. While “Primitive” has been deemed fit for a museum and “Uncle Boonmee” for the theater, they cover much of the same ground. Both examine the sensual delights and political nightmares of life in rural Thailand, and both resist simple interpretations.

Full article: http://www.sinema.sg/2011/05/27/thai-director-apichatpong...

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