The Library (film)

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The Library (Thai: ห้องสมุดแห่งรัก; lit: Library of Love) is a Thai short film released in 2013.

The Library
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Film poster
Directed byNattawut Poonpiriya
Produced byRatchapol Chitpuengtham
Prawit Jensukum
Amorn Nilthep
StarringAnanda Everingham
Selina Wiesmann
Niti Chaichitatorn
Music byKevin Macleod
Peter Rudenko
CinematographyPhaklao Jiraungkoonkun
Edited byChonlasit Upanigkit
Mono Music
Super Uber Film
Distributed byMono Music
Release date
  • August 29, 2013 (2013-08-29)
Running time
30 minutes


Jim uses the library where Ann work as a librarian. Jim secretly falls in love with Ann at first sight, but the library rule "Please Quiet" prohibits Jim from talking to Ann. He starts writing letters to Ann on the lending cards of the books he borrowed, without Ann's knowledge. When Jim's ex returns the last book he borrowed, Ann hears that Jim died of liver cancer. As she starts crying with the book in her hand one of her tears fall onto the card causing her to notice the letter written on the other side.


Production and releaseEdit

The Library is a short film produced by Mono Music (in a network of Mono Group) and released on August 29, 2013 at 05:00pm on Zaa Network (present MONO29).

Original soundtrackEdit

Yak Hai Kwam Kid Mee Siang (อยากให้ความคิดมีเสียง; "Silent Thought") by Lakkana Huangmaneerungroj.[1]


  1. ^ "อย่างซึ้ง หนังสั้น The Library ห้องสมุดแห่งรัก". (in Thai). 2013-10-21. Retrieved 2017-06-29.

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