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SYNDROMES AND A CENTURY

35 mm/ 105 minutes/ Dolby SRD/ 2006 (Thai title: Sang Sattawat)

Thailand/Austria/France

SYNDROMES AND A CENTURY is a film in two parts which sometimes echo each other. The two central characters are inspired by the film-maker's parents, in the years before they became lovers. The first part focuses on a woman doctor, and is set in a space reminiscent of the world in which the film-maker was born and raised. The second part focuses on a male doctor, and is set in a more contemporary space much like the world the film-maker lives in.


 

Awards

Best Film Award, 9th Deauville Asian Film Festival, France, 2007
Best Editor Award, Asian Film Award, Hong Kong, 2007
Special Mention, Fribourg International Film Festival, Switzerland, 2007
Honourable Mention, Adelaide Film Festival, Australia, 2007

 

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Officially selected for the following film festivals

Venice Film Festival - In Competition

New York Film Festival

Toronto International Film Festival

London International Film Festival

Vancouver International Film Festival

Chicago International Film Festival

Tokyo Filmex

Pusan Film Festival

Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival