Thai filmmaker Aam Anusorn Soisa ngim announces the follow-up film to the BL movie Present Perfect.
The 2nd film that I already finished on the production process, I’m waiting for the right time to release it but I’m not sure when but it gonna big news for sure. Present perfect part 2! Since we got over ten thousand requests from my audience that they need to see more about Oat and Toey, so I design to continue making their journey to be complete, already got an idea and I think it will be amazing!
Dir. Anusorn’s latest FB post updates the production of the film:
Oat and Toey will be back for Present Perfect Part 2 and I will be a screenwriter and director again. I already finished the treatment for the script and I’m pretty sure you will love this part more than the first one.
The director also went to Twitter to reiterate the announcement and said:
I officially confirm that I’m working on the script of PRESENT PERFECT part II. I haven’t plan when to shoot it yet but you will see more journey of Oat and Toey for sure!
Toey (portrayed by Adisorn Tonawanik ) in the film Present Perfect. He is an emotional, intense young man. He has yet to explore many aspects of his sexuality. His emotional turmoil and self-doubt is a highlight of the film. Adisorn offers a multi-faceted take at his character, making his acting look natural and effortless. [taken from our review] Photo was taken from Adisorn’s Instagram account.
Oat (played by Maroukasonti Kritsana) in the film Present Perfect. He maintains a certain mystery throughout the film. Kritsana is quite a beguiling young man with his mischievous eyes and aggressive stance. [taken from our review] Photo was taken from Kritsana’s Instagram account.
Review of the first Present Perfect film is here.
The trailer of the first movie is below:
Description of the movie follows:
Following a painful breakup, Toey decides to heal his broken heart in Higashikawa town where he meets Oat, who is on his bachelor finale trip. From stranger to friends, romance spark off between the two. Before returning to the “real” world, they have to pick up their broken pieces and rebuild it. Join us for a heartwarming journey as we follow the simple pursuit of love. This is the simple story of Present Perfect (2016). Present Perfect is produced by Commetive Production in collaboration with Snowbugs ltd. and Higashikawa Town (Japan). Directed by Anusorn Soisa-ngim.
Looking forward to Part 2!
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