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The brothers live with their aunt in Bangkok, but she clearly doesn’t want them there. She barely has enough food to feed herself and her young daughter, much less teenager Ek (Thira Chutikul) and the young and impressionable Oat (Ingkarat Damrongsakkul). Oat looks up to Ek, who happens to be gay and who has a […]