Butterfly and Flowers
Peesua lae dokmai
Thailand, Malaysia, 1985, 108 minutes
Butterfly and Flowers Synopsis

Regarded as one of the best Thai films ever made, Butterfly and Flower (Peesua lae Dokmai), highlights the hardships faced by a boy who works selling popsicles at the local train station and forced by economic circumstance to smuggle rice across the Thai-Malaysian border. Aside from exposing Thai audiences to regional poverty, the 1985 movie broke new ground by portraying a Buddhist-Muslim romance.

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