Title: I Fine Thank You Love You (2014)
Director: Mez Tharaton
Runtime: 120 minutes
Genre: Romance, Drama, Comedy
I Fine Thank You Love You tells the story of tutor Pleng, who is asked by a Japanese student – Yim’s girlfriend – to translate a breakup message to him. Instead, Yim blames Pleng for being dumped and demands she to teach him English so he can better communicate with his girl and get a job to follow her to the United States. As the tutoring sessions progress, Pleng falls for her mannerless student.
Rating: 3.5 stars
The shots were really rustic and raw, most Thailand films use these styles of shots but it made the story feel really realistic.
The music is soft and mellow and really helped emotions of the story. Although that Korean drama song took me off guard.
Pleng, an English tutor unknowing accepts to help her student; Kaya to break up with her boyfriend; Yim.
The comedy was pretty weird, but extremely funny. And OMG, Yim was so freaking savage, I cannot.
I loved how they use language as a theme in this movie and the way they mixed it up was really creative.
Their relationship progression is pretty sweet and I love the set up and pay off of this film. It was a really cute and heartwarming film.
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