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Reviewed by sharonmae PH / Joined sharonmae 2016
At the Horizon
At the Horizon
At the Horizon
Lao People's Democratic Republic, 2012, 97 minutes Thriller, Drama, Asian
Realistic and well-acted! This film depicts the grim reality that is thriving in the present society.  Acting performance, although not that stellar was commendable to think that the central characters are not seasoned actors. Sidthiyom which plays Sin is a local popstar while Phanludeth which portrays the mute Luds is a graphic designer. The situations that led these two characters together clearly shows pressing conflict  and give viewers a peek on the social inequality issues that doesn't only manifest in Laos but everywhere. Superior cinematography despite the stringent budget thanks to a talented technical team and kudos to the director Anysay Keola for the straight forward and compelling storytelling, do check this out folks! 
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