Film Synopsis

Pitch is a gay man whose life is falling apart because of his incurable cancer. To heal himself spiritually, Pitch dedicates the time he has left to make Bai Sri, traditional Thai ornament made of banana leaves and flowers used in Thai blessing and ordination ceremony. For him, the Bai Sri will symbolize his love and spirit. One day, Pitch comes back to his hometown. Here he meets Shane, his ex-boyfriend. Shane is a divorced man following his failed marriage, after his wife and daughter tried to commit suicide. When Shane meets Pitch and his Bai Sri, he feels nostalgic for the love they once shared, and wants to make a change in his life.


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