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Pee Mak
Directed byBanjong Pisanthanakun
Produced byJira Maligool
Chenchonnee Suntonsaratoon
Suwimon Techasupinun
Pran Thadaweerawutar
Vanridee Pongsittisak
Written byNontra Khumvong
Banjong Pisanthanakun
Chantavit Dhanasevi
StarringMario Maurer
Davika Hoorne
Pongsathorn Jongwilas
Nattapong Chartpong
Auttarut Kongrasri
Kantapat Permpoonpatcharasook
Music byChatchai Pongpraphaphan
Hualampong Riddim
CinematographyNarupon Sohkkanapituk
Edited byTummarut Sumetsuppasok
Production
company
Distributed byGMM Tai Hub(Thailand)
Intersolusindo Film (Indonesia)
Golden Screen (Malaysia)
Golden Village (Singapore)
Panasia (Hongkong)
Star Cinema(Philippines)
Release date
Running time
115 minutes
CountryThailand
LanguageThai
Budget$1.8 million
Box office$33 million[1]
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Pee Mak (Thai: พี่มาก.พระโขนง; RTGS: phi mak phra khanong) is a 2013 Thai comedy-horror-romance film directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun.[2] The story is an adaptation of the Mae Nak Phra Khanong legend of Thai folklore.[2] It was released on 28 March 2013.[2] The film stars Mario Maurer as Mak and Davika Hoorne as Nak, and Pongsathorn Jongwilas, Nattapong Chartpong, Auttarut Kongrasri and Kantapat Permpoonpatcharasook.[2] At present, this is Thailand's highest grossing-film of all time.

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Plot[edit]

The story is set in mid-19th century Siam, during the era of King Mongkut and at the height of the Rattanakosin Dynasty, when Siam was plagued with wars with its neighboring kingdoms. Mak (Mario Maurer) was drafted to serve in a war, forcing him to leave behind his pregnant wife Nak (Davika Hoorne) at the town of Phra Khanong, not far from Central Bangkok. He was wounded during a battle and sent to a medical camp, where he met fellow soldiers Ter, Puak, Shin and Aey, who later became his best friends after he had saved them from certain death. Meanwhile, in Phra Khanong, Nak struggled alone painfully to give birth to the baby; she calls out for help, but she is too weak to be heard. Shortly after, rumors started circulating the village that Nak had died in labor and was now a ghost of a very powerful form haunting the house. The villagers in the neighborhood then heard her singing lullabies to her baby, terrifying them and forcing them to cower in fear. When Mak and his friends arrive back in Phra Khanong in the evening, they find the town completely silent. The five soon arrive at Mak and Nak's house during the night, and Mak introduces Nak to them. As it is now too dark to continue traveling, Mak's friends decide to stay. The following day, the men visit the village market but are shunned by the fearful community. A drunk villager attempts to shout out a warning to Mak but is forced down and hushed by her son. Mak's four friends then discuss what they had heard, but dismiss the rumors as ridiculous. Shin, however, while he was sent to fetch Mak, saw that the house was a dilapidated wreck that hadn't been maintained for months, that the baby cot that Mak and Nak's son, Dang, was supposed to be sleeping in, was rocking by itself, and then he saw Nak extending her arm to an unnatural length to retrieve a dropped lime under the house. The following day, Ter discovers a decomposed corpse behind the house wearing exactly the same ring as Nak. The drunk villager who had also tried to warn them earlier also turned up mysteriously drowned. Soon, all four friends are convinced that she is a ghost. The friends then try numerous methods to convince Mak of the news, including a game of charades, and come within inches of being murdered by Nak, with only Mak's presence preventing her from doing so, and she scares them away. Worse, Mak dismisses all of their warnings, proclaims that they are no longer his friends, and kicks them out of their accommodations.

Later, Mak and Nak go out on a date in the town, visiting an amusement park. Mak's friends' attempt to separate the two by kidnapping Mak, but their plans are foiled when Nak discovers them and chases them away. Suddenly, during the getaway, Mak's old wartime wound reopens. His friends express surprise at how slowly it has healed, but Shin and Ter become convinced that he, not Nak, is the ghost, and their fears are seemingly confirmed when Mak reacts in pain when they attack him with holy rice. The friends then flee from their wounded friend and rescue Nak. While escaping in a boat, Mak 'returns' to them, walking into the river to them, but ends up almost drowning when he suffers cramps. As ghosts are not supposed to feel cramps, Mak is revealed to not have been a ghost, and he is rescued; when asked why he screamed when hit by the holy rice, he reveals that the rice had riddled his wound, making him yell out in pain. In the following confusion, Aey drops a ring identical to the one Mak, Nak, and the body behind the house had been wearing. Aey is immediately pronounced a ghost and kicked off the boat. The others then try to escape, but, as they had lost the paddles to the boat earlier, they cannot move. Nak then somehow produces a soaking wet paddle and hands it to Ter, who suddenly recalls that all of them had been thrown overboard, and had already drifted too far away for a normal person to recover. Ter then stands up on the boat to look between his legs at the group; Nak is revealed to have been the ghost all along, and the four remaining men, including Mak, retreat to a temple.

There, the men come under the protection of the local monk, armed with holy rice, holy water, and the temple is fortified with an enchanted 'safety ring.' Nak quickly appears, in her terrifying ghostly form, and attacks. Initially, the holy 'weapons' successfully keep Nak at bay, but, in a panic, coupled with Mak's struggle to get back to his wife, all of the holy rice and water are wasted, and the monk was accidentally kicked out of the 'safety ring.' The monk then fled the temple, leaving the four, who had since destroyed the 'safety ring' while trying to run, to face the angry Nak. A pale Aey then reappears, and it was revealed that he is also human; he was in possession of the ring because he had stolen it off of the corpse behind the house to finance his gambling. Nak angrily shouted at the five that she just wanted to be with her loved one, which the four friends argued against since they didn't believe the living can be with the dead, and accuse her of killing the drunk; Nak furiously denies her involvement and says that the drunk had drowned herself. Nak, in a combination of sadness, anger, and desperation, then threatens to kill Mak and take him to live with her, but stops when she sees how much she had been scaring her husband. Mak then revealed he knew the truth about Nak all along, having had his suspicions raised during the game of charades. He had already looked at Nak between his legs, which revealed her ghostly form, and found her decomposed corpse. However, even then, he is far more afraid of living without her than of her being dead. The two tearfully reconcile. His friends, seeing them reuniting, also tearfully reaffirm their friendship, and vow to never leave each other again. A flashback to Mak and Nak's first meeting is shown.

In the credit scenes, Mak, his wife and now his four friends live happily in the village. Nak uses her supernatural abilities to do chores, play charades (and helping Mak win for the first time), scare off villagers attempting to drive her away (who are led by the village drunk's son) and even run the town's 'haunted house' attraction. It is also revealed that her child, Dang, also possesses some of her abilities, even though he is still an infant.

Reception[edit]

Pee Mak has earned more than 1 billion baht ($33 million) in revenue worldwide (mostly in Asia), and is currently the highest-grossing Thai film,[3] beating the record of Ong-Bak and one of Asia's highest-grossing films of all time. The film sold a record 16 million tickets worldwide. The film has been screened in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Myanmar, Cambodia, Australia, Malaysia, Laos, Vietnam, Taiwan, Singapore, Philippines, China, South Korea, parts of the South Pacific and parts of the United States.

Cast[edit]

Press conference of Peemak.
  • Mario Maurer as Mak
  • Davika Hoorne as Nak
  • Kantapat Permpoonpatcharasuk as Aey (เอ, RTGS: E)
  • Nuttapong Chartpong as Ter (เต๋อ, RTGS: Toe)
  • Wiwat Kongrasri as Shin (ชิน, RTGS: Chin)
  • Pongsathorn Jongwilas as Puak (เผือก, RTGS: Phueak)

Awards and nominations[edit]

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResult
201324th Star Party TV Pool AwardsTeen Idol Actress AwardDavika HoorneWon
6th Siam Dara Star AwardsBest MoviePee MakNominated
Best Movie DirectorBanjong PisanthanakunNominated
Actress ExcellentDavika HoorneWon
Most Popular Female StarNominated
Actor ExcellentMario MaurerWon
Most Popular Male StarNominated
Scene Stealer AwardKantapat Permpoonpatcharasuk, Nattapong Chartpong, Wiwat Kongrasri & Pongsatorn JongwilakWon
11th Seventeen Choice AwardsHot Guys of the YearMario MaurerWon
Hot Girl of the YearDavika HoorneWon
56th Asia-Pacific Film FestivalBest Art DirectorArkadech KaewkotaraNominated
OK! AwardsSpotlight AwardPee MakWon
2nd Kerd AwardsBorn to be Famous AwardDavika HoorneNominated
Born to be the BestWon
Born to be Together AwardMario Maurer & Davika HoorneNominated
Born to be a Comedian AwardKantapat Permpoonpatcharasuk, Nattapong Chartpong, Wiwat Kongrasri & Pongsatorn JongwilakWon
Kerd of the YearMario MaurerWon
11th Starpics Thai Films AwardsBest MoviePee MakNominated
Best Movie DirectorBanjong PisanthanakunNominated
Best ActorMario MaurerNominated
Best Supporting ActorPongsatorn JongwilakNominated
Best ScreenplayNontra Kumwong, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Chantavit DhanaseviNominated
Best Movie EditingTummarut SumetsuppasokNominated
Best Art DirectorArkadech KaewkotaraNominated
Best Original Music ScoreChatchai Pongpraphaphan, Hua Lampong RiddimNominated
Popular MoviePee MakWon
201423rd Thailand National Film Association AwardsBest FilmNominated
Best DirectorBanjong PisanthanakunNominated
Best ActressDavika HoorneNominated
Best Supporting ActorPongsatorn JongwilakNominated
Wiwat KongrasriNominated
Nattapong ChartpongNominated
Best ScreenplayNontra Kumwong, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Chantavit DhanaseviNominated
Best CinematographyNarupon SohkkanapitukNominated
Best Film EditingTummarut SumetsuppasokNominated
Best Original Music ScoreChatchai Pongpraphaphan, Hua Lampong RiddimNominated
Best Recording and Sound MixingKantana Sound StudioNominated
Best Art DirectorArkadech KaewkotaraWon
Best Makeup EffectsPichet WongjansomNominated
Best Costume DesignSuthee MuanwajaNominated
Best Visual EffectsOriental PostNominated
4th Mthai Top Talk AwardsTop Talk About MoviePee MakWon
22nd Bangkok Critics Assembly AwardsBest MovieNominated
Best Movie DirectorBanjong PisanthanakunNominated
Best ActorMario MaurerNominated
Best Supporting ActorWiwat KongrasriNominated
Best ScreenplayNontra Kumwong, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Chantavit DhanaseviNominated
Best Movie EditingTummarut SumetsuppasokNominated
Best CinematographyNarupon SohkkanapitukNominated
Best Art DirectorArkadech KaewkotaraNominated
Best Original Music ScoreChatchai Pongpraphaphan, Hua Lampong RiddimWon
Highest Grossing Movie of the YearPee MakWon
The Nine Fever AwardsThai Movie FeverWon
The BK Film Awards[4]Best Actress in Leading RoleDavika HoorneWon
Best Actor in Supporting RoleKantapat Permpoonpatcharasuk, Nattapong Chartpong, Wiwat Kongrasri & Pongsatorn JongwilakWon
11th Kom Chad Luek AwardsBest Supporting ActorPongsatorn JongwilakNominated
Best Movie DirectorBanjong PisanthanakunNominated
Popular Movie AwardPee MakNominated
4th Thai Film Director AssociationExcellent MovieWon
Excellent DirectorBanjong PisanthanakunWon
8th Kazz AwardsMovie of the YearPee MakWon
Popular Actor AwardMario MaurerNominated
Superstar Man of the YearNominated
Popular Actress AwardDavika HoorneNominated
Superstar Woman of the YearNominated
7th Nine Entertain AwardsFilm of the YearPee MakNominated
Actor of the YearMario MaurerWon
Creative Team of the Year - The ScreenplayNontra Kumwong, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Chantavit DhanaseviNominated
Creative Team of the Year - The Art DirectorArkadech KaewkotaraNominated
3rd Daradaily The Great AwardsMovie of the YearPee MakWon
Best Film Actor of the YearMario MaurerWon
Best Film Actress of the YearDavika HoorneWon
20152nd ASEAN International Film Festival and AwardsSpecial Jury AwardPee MakWon

Posterity[edit]

Pee Mak has been adapted to Tamil in Bayama Irukku (2017), and in Malayalam as 'Kinavalli' (2020)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^https://boxofficemojo.com/movies/intl/?page=&id=_fPEEMAKPRAKANONG01
  2. ^ abcdElley, Derek (July 26, 2013). 'Pee Mak'. Film Business Asia. Retrieved July 28, 2013.[not specific enough to verify]
  3. ^Brzeski, Patrick (May 3, 2013). 'Teenager Dies in Thailand Imitating Scene From Hit Film 'Pee Mak''. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved September 14, 2018.
  4. ^The BK Film Awards 2014. BK - THE INSIDER'S GUIDE TO BANGKOK. FEB 27, 2014.

External links[edit]

  • Pee Mak on IMDb
  • Pee Mak Movie at sanook! (in Thai)
  • Pee Mak the movie at Movie MThai (in Thai)
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