Sunset at Chaopraya Trailer

Sunset at Chaopraya Trailer (1995)

11 November 1995 Drama, War 135 mins

It's 1939 in Siam. The Japanese are threatening invasion and the Free Thai movement is gaining momentum. Angsumalin, the beautiful daughter of a military leader, says good-bye to her friend Vanus, who is going to England to study. She won't promise to marry him, but will give him an answer when he returns. The Japanese invade, and circumstances bring Angsumalin together with Kobori, an idealistic Japanese captain, who is also related to a powerful Japanese general. Although she despises Kobori, she agrees to marry him for political purposes to protect her father and the Free Thai movement. In 1944, Vanus returns and the conflicting rivalries and emotions come to a head.

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Rohan Dadlay

as Michael

Yogo Hisamatsu

as Matchmaker

Junichi Jo

as General

Ewa Kula

as Kobori's Mother

Kazuki Nakashima

as R. Yoshi

Masaki Nishigaya

as Admiral Takada Norio

Apasiri Nitibhon

as Angsumalin

Sutisa Putnuj

as Angsumalin's Mother

Nobuho Sukamoto

as Kobori's Father

Chitrakorn Sundarapakshin

as Angsumalin's Father

International Titles

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Sunset at Chaopraya Trailer

International Releases Dates

Thailand 11 November 1995

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