Thai title: สองฝั่งโขง
Main actor: Likit Eakmongkol,Sorapong Chatree,Manop Aussawathep,Krai Kanchit,Choomporn Theppitak
Main actress: Metta Roongrat
Border police led by Sarawat Sorapong Chatree is intercepting smugglers from Laos. Nawin (Likit Eakmongkol), navy officer (ผู้การ), is patrolling on a boat at the border between Laos and Thailand. Sorapong and Nawin often have to work together. Veteran actor Manop Aussawathep is head of navy soldiers. Beautiful landscapes are shown over the Mekong river being the border between Thailand and Laos. 7 molam songs are featured. Pim, molam singer in Laos, is kidnapped by ruffians. In fact Pho Im, head of ruffians (Krai Kanchit), gives to Pim's mother (Metta Roongrat) and Pim a deadline of two days for a wedding. Pol, who secretly loves Pim, helps her to flee in order to go to Thailand. Pim's father is a molam singer on Thai side (ฝั่งไทย). Choomporn Theppitak welcomes his daughter from Laotian side. Relief characters are people having similar face as famous actors Songthong. One of the other daughters Phan understands that Nawin has now more interest into Pim so she lets her new sister having happiness as she suffered a lot in Laos before. Action takes place in Amphoe Bong Chiem, most eastern part of Thailand. Pol follows up in Thailand and discovers that Nawin is also having interest in Pim. Pho Im decides to get back Pim from Thailand. Pol is disappointed and now works forcedly for Pho Im. He fails to bring back Pim to Laos as Nawin prevents him to do so. Another kidnapping tentative happens. Pol is captured by Nawin but finally stays at Choomporn’s house as he was forced by Pho Im to try to kidnap Pim. Romance starts between Pol and Pim’s Thai sister. Ruffians storm directly Choomporn’s house to abduct Pim. Shootings are exchanged. Ruffians are finally neutralized. Pim’s mother finally stay with Choomporn Theppitak as both Thai and Laos Mekhong river banks are inseparable. Movie สองฝั่งโขง is considered as a “small movie” (หนังฟอร์มเล็ก) dedicated for provinces audience.
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