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AKA: Immortal Enemy

Release date: 2003 Thailand
Running time: 98' (cover 98') - Source: DVD (RC 0/NTSC)
Rating: US: NR
Main Crew: Director: Suthas Intranupakorn (Legend Of The Crocodile 2001)
Producer: Siam Film
Score: O-larn Promjai
Writer: Tree Apirum / Suthas Intranupakorn
Director of photography: Vichian Reungvichayakul / Rawi Kruewan


Summary: Narudom (Konkapun Sangsuriya), the only heir of the Prachanart family, has just graduated from school in India and has plans to marry his love, Chotirot (Pornthip Wongkitjjanon). But things change astronomically when he inherits the Payamek Castle. As Narudom starts exploring the grand castle, the former all around nice guy goes through a dramatic change both in his personality and his way of life. One day he takes an old magical scripture called "Immortal Life" with him, originally given to him by a Tibetan lama. The scripture fuels the rebirth of the evil, bloodsucking Mekin (Winai Kraibutr) and since then the castle is full of the stench of blood and death - the death of women killed in order to seal Mekin's evil as immortal. But Mekin also thirsts for his ex-lover from a previous life, Rommanee (Pissara Umavijani) - now the girlfriend of Witthawat (Ninnart Sinchai), who travels to the castle to quell the dreadful events happening there, and to face his supernatural nemesis.
Note: - Very loose version of Stoker's Dracula, that trades more on European vampire iconography than on native Thai superstitions.

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