A dictator sits alone in his dark mansion, grieving for his mad, dead wife, as a mass uprising rages against him. Elsewhere in a theatre, Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ is being staged; its scenes intercut with his flashbacks to tell the story of an ambitious general who, prompted by witches, kills the king to crown himself. The darkly comic horror movie elements pale before the real horror of watching a couple descend into separate hells of spiritual corruption and insanity.
She came to filmmaking by way of investigative journalism and painting. Her experimental first feature was banned by the government censors for disrespect towards all religions, in 1998, she made the politically charged , the only documentary ever to win Best Picture in the Kom Chad Luek Awards, the Thai equivalent of the Golden Globes