The multi-talented director Kongdej JATURANRASMEE has completed the calm yet powerful coming of age story of the young girls freshly graduated from high school becoming young adults, that cast the most popular idol group in Southeast Asia, BNK48. Sue(Jennis OPRASERT) is helping her father running an old pork noodle soup restaurant in a sleepy town. In spite of her inexperience of air travel or abroad, she secretly has been preparing for a scholarship program to study in Finland. Although she doesn’t have a significant life goal, she believes studying abroad might enlighten her to find a dream.
With her friends, she is spending her last week in the hometown filling the checklist in, exchanging money and packing her luggage up. Her father eventually finds out her plan and gets worried about her future. On a journey that she might never return, she reflects her relationship with friends, love, and family, sometimes with arguments or reconciling and embracement to build herself up as the protagonist of her own life. (Park Sungho)
Thai writer and director Kongdej Jaturanrasmee studied mass communication at Lat Krabang University and went on to a position as professor at Assumption University. He once fronted an independent rock band, and directed several shorts. His filmography includes Sayew (2003), Midnight My Love (2005), Handle Me With Care (2008), Sawasdee Bangkok (2009), P-047 (2011) and Tang Wong (2013).