|Directed by||Taweewat Wantha|
Beijing Ruisheng Taihe Media
Zhonglian Zhicheng International Media (Beijing)
|Distributed by||Xinyue Pictures|
|Box office||CN¥2.5 million|
Chinese girl Moran (Yuan Bai Zi Hui) lost her mother during childhood, but her sudden bizarre death has always been a mystery, which left her heartbroken. Having moved to Thailand, eighteen year-old Moran is perplexed by a variety of bizarre deaths that occur one after another in massage parlours, making her mother’s death even more complicated and confusing.
Meanwhile, Thai policeman (Huang Kaijie) has led an in-depth investigation, discovering that the people who died are inextricably linked. Layers of mystery finally expose a cover-up and the shocking truth…
The film grossed US$250,000 on its opening in China.
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