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Country  Thailand
Director  Chookiat Sakveerakul
Language  Thai
Grean Fictions movie poster
Release date  April 18, 2013 (2013-04-18) (Thailand)

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Grean Fictions (Thai: เกรียนฟิคชั่น, rtgskrian~) is a Thai comedy-drama film directed by Chookiat Sakveerakul and produced and distributed by Sahamongkol Film International. The film is a coming-of-age story about Tee, an upper-secondary-school boy from Chiang Mai, his friends, their school lives, and family. The film was released on 18 April 2013.

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A sequel series, Grean House The Series, was broadcast on October 4, 2014. It was aired on Modern Nine Channel and published on the official YouTube channel of Studio Commuan with both Chinese and English subtitles.

Grean Fictions movie scenes behind the scenes Fiction at Varee Chaing Mai School

Plot

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The film opens with Tee narrating, speaking to his friends about the YouTube videos that they enjoy making under the moniker "Grean Fictions" and have become popular at school. He then tells that he is writing a story for a film, which is the story of his and his friends' school lives.

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At school in Chiang Mai, in their matthayom 4 (grade 10) year, Tee and his friends Oat, Mon and Mone are asked to participate in the school drama club's play. Tee ends up playing the male leading role opposite Ploydao, the most popular girl in their year. However, Tee accidentally embarrasses her in front of the audience, disrupting the play and straining their relationship. Tee tries to come to terms with Ploydao, but is hindered when the club advisor teacher Daengtoi expels him from the club. Meanwhile, Tee finds out his elder sister Tip, whom he lives with, is dating a man named Ket, and isn't happy about it.

In their matthayom 5 year, Tee and his friends have transferred to the film club (under advisor teacher Saneh). They win a prize for a short film they made, but Ploydao is still struggling to get over her embarrassment from the previous year. A senior schoolmate from the drama club then asks Tee to join another play, without Ploydao's knowledge, in order to help her overcome the experience. However, on the day of the play, Tip has a mental breakdown and harms herself, forcing Tee to leave the play and rush home. Ket arrives to aid Tip before Tee does, though, and Oat takes Tee's place in the play.

In their final school year, Saneh replaces Daengtoi as drama club advisor and assigns a joint project for the drama and film clubs. During a filming trip, the students engage in a question game (a Truth or Dare variant). While Tee refuses to admit he has a crush on her, Ploydao reveals that she and Oat have been secretly dating. Feeling betrayed, Tee leaves in the middle of the night. When a friend visits Tee's house to ask him to return, Tip walks in on them and gets in an argument with Tee. Losing her temper, Tip yells at him to leave the house.

Tee leaves, but instead of joining his friends, catches a train and ends up in Pattaya. His phone and money stolen, he befriends a stripper named Mone. They soon end up joining a local comedy act. Tee begins to feel accepted in Pattaya, and for several weeks made no attempt to contact his friends at home. He eventually uploads a video to their old YouTube channel, telling his friends not to worry about him. However, they find out from the video where he is. After failing to get Ket and Tip's help and arguing about whether they should be preparing for university examinations, Tee's friends decide to drive to Pattaya in search for him. Ket also separately convinces Tip to make the trip.

In Pattaya, Mone, who had previously been in trouble with a gangster, abruptly leaves, taking Tee's money. Tee is upset, but the group leader tells him to accept that life happens, and that people will always have to part. That evening Tip and Ket find Tee, and Tip apologises, asking him to come home. Tee asks Ket to marry Tip right away, saying that Tip fears rejection too much to ask herself. Ket agrees, but then leaves at the last minute.

Tee and Tip head home by train the next morning. During the trip, they discuss their lives, and it is revealed that Tip is actually Tee's mother. Ket calls tip to apologise, and she meets him at Lampang Station. Tee then calls his friends, who are currently lost in Pranburi, hundreds of kilometres from Pattaya, and they say they will come to pick him up. The film ends with Tee narrating that while the future is still unknown, the story he writes will reflect the best of their hopes and wishes.

Cast

The main cast include:

  • Pattadon Jan-ngern as Tee
  • Kritsanapoom Pibulsonggram as Oat
  • Purim Rattanaruangwattana as Mon
  • Kittisak Patomburana as Mone and Mone
  • Laknara Piatha as Ploydao
  • Wanida Termthanaporn as Tip
  • Bawriboon Chanreuang as Saneh
  • Nithit Warayanon as Ket
  • Niti Chaichitathorn as Daengtoi
  • Pongsatorn Sripinta as Pang
  • Leading actor Pattadon, as well as Kritsanapoom and Purim, made their acting debuts in the film. Kittisak had previously worked with Chookiat in his previous film Home. The teenage actors went through two months of acting coaching prior to filming.

    Reception

    Grean Fictions made a relatively modest 4,948,859 baht at the box office on its opening weekend. It placed third after Pee Mak Phra Khanong and Oblivion. Reviews of the film were generally positive, although reviewers noted shortcomings in which the film wasn't on par with Chookiat's previous works including The Love of Siam and Home. Kong Rithdee noted in the Bangkok Post that "the director's take on adolescent anxiety feels less sharp, less urgent and too easily resolved [than in his other films]."

    References

    Grean Fictions Wikipedia


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