Country: Thailand
Language: Thai
Year: 2009
Running Time: 94 min
A long time ago in a forest, a beautiful young woman fell prey to two men. Shortly thereafter, the lifeless bodies of the two attackers were found but no one knew what happened to the men or where the woman was. Flash forward to today. Career woman May has it all in life. Her husband, Nop, showers her with love but May has started an affair with another married man. One day, May accompanies Nop to the forest to take photographs of the wildlife. Deep in the forest, Nop stumbles onto a sad looking tree and all of a sudden he vanishes from the forest without a trace. When May thinks she had lost him forever, Nop returns, but with a new personality…
Director Pen-ek Ratanaruang
Writer Pen-ek Ratanaruang
Producer Saksiri Chantarangsri
Producer Wouter Barendrecht
Producer Michael J. Werner
Executive Producer Charoen Iamphungporn
Co- Producer Aphiradee Iamphungporn
Co- Producer Kiatkamon Iamphungporn
Director of Photography Charnkit Chamnivikaipong
Editor Patamanadda Yukol
Production Designer Saksiri Chantarangsri
Art Director Wittaya Chaimongkol
Costume Designer Visa Kongka
Sound Design Koichi Shimizu
Sound Design Akritchalerm Kalayanamitr
Production Company Five Star Production
Wanida Termthanaporn as May
Nopachai Jayanama as Nop
Chamanun Wanwinwasara as Korn
Phorntip Papanai as the Nymph
Special Jury Prize - Bangkok Film Festival, Best Composer - Dubai Film Festival. From the Director of INVISIBLE WAVES and LAST LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE
Pen-ek Ratanaruang  | director
Pen-ek was born in Bangkok in 1962. He spent eight formative years in his late teens and early twenties in New York City, where he studied at the Pratt Institute, majoring in Art History. He went on to work as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. Back in Thailand, he was appointed Head of Art at the Leo Burnett agency and spent five years as an art director before directing TV commercials. He made his debut as a feature film director in 1997 with a movie that broke the mold of Thai cinema, and has since produced a stream of innovative films. He is one of the handful of directors who have helped to reinvent the Thai film industry since its slump in the 1990s, and has pioneered both the trend of looking back at retro Thai pop culture for inspiration and the expansion of Thai cinema into the realms of international casting and co-production. His films have been screened in festivals around the world, and he has picked up numerous festival prizes. NYMPH, his latest work, had its world premiere in Cannes 2009.
2009    NYMPH
2007    PLOY
1999    6IXYNIN9
Year Category Awarded By Award Result Award Recipient
2010 Best Sound Thailand National Film Association Winner
2010 Best Editing Thailand National Film Association Winner Patamanadda Yukol
2009 Special Jury Prize Bangkok International Film Festival Winner Pen-ek Ratanaruang
2009 Best Score Dubai International Film Festival Winner Akritchalerm Kalayanamitr
2010 Best Cinematography Thailand National Film Association Winner Charnkit Chamnivikaipong