We’re convinced that there’s not a single place in all of the Far East that isn’t haunted. How else would you explain the throng of ghosts stories that come out of this region? What? Huh? Made up?!? This shit is real, man!
Ladda Land stars Piyathida Woramusik and Saharat Sangkapreecha and is being directed by Shutter writer Sophon Sakdaphisit. Check out the goods below.
Buying a home is a dream that everyone strives for. Thee (Saharat Sangkapreecha) is one of millions in Bangkok that cannot afford a home, much less a spacious one, on his meager staff salary. Living in an old rental apartment, he feels the societal pressure of being labeled a bad husband and father for not being able to provide his family a house. One day a huge job opportunity knocks on his door, and Thee accepts a position as the new Head of Marketing at a company located in northern Thailand. Now, with a substantially higher salary while living in an area with lower real estate prices, a new home isn’t just a dream anymore. Without hesitation, Thee decides to leave his old life and move his family to Chiang Mai.
Thee believes that his wife, Parn (Piyathida Woramusik), and his two kids, Nan and Nat, will have a happier life at Laddaland, a new housing project with large, beautiful homes. Life is good. At the dinner table Thee smiles proudly with pride. Finally everyone can be together and enjoy the warmth and comfort of their new home. Little does he realize that in the same evening a Burmese maid is brutally murdered at a neighbor’s house. Savagely beaten, her mangled body is found stuffed inside the refrigerator.
Death is something we all must face sooner or later, but in Laddaland it’s your dead neighbors that what you must deal with.
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