Nha Harn



Director: Chantana Tiprachart
Year: 2019
Duration: 120′
Language: VOSE / VOSC
Genre: Drama

Yupin is a girl who surrounds herself with a gang of friends. They are Tlemai, Calcium, Peggy and Hoygy. They spend more time in the streets and dancing Nha Harn than in school. One day, she meets Singto, a young man who sells necklaces next to a temple, but everything ends before it starts. He is just coming out of this, soon he will meet Sawan, a boy who plays a bamboo organ in the school band, and who has all the qualities. However, Yupin will go to dance Nha Harn in another province where he will meet Singto whose loss does not seem to have been overcome.

Chantana Tiprachart graduated in Artistic Communication from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Burapha. What interests her most is the social problems of contemporary society and all those issues related to identity and belonging to the territory. Tiprachart uses cinema as a tool to contribute to the understanding of the other. With this film, Nha Harn, the director talks about the ways of life of teenagers who believe in Morlam, a traditional music style.


6th – 22nd of November