Queued up and kept quietly while filming and shooting movie ‘Sa-dti-Seup-Sop’ (Mindfulness and Murder) was put into production by De Warrenne Pictures (who has done movies like ‘Butterfly Man’, ‘The Prince and Me 4’, and ‘The Ghost of Mae Naak’ (starring Cee Siwat and Tangmo Pattaratida)) and does a CSI type genre and the one who does the Sherlock Holmes investigation ends up being a monk.
The movie was directed and written by Tom Waller of De Warrenne Pictures who invested in being the director himself for this movie which the movie is based on a book written by Nick Wilgus a former writer from The Bangkok Post. From the cast ranging from “Way” Prinya Intachai (of Thaitanium), “Kaew” Charina Sirisinha (of Zaza), Natalie Glebova, very familiar senior actor, “See Tao” Jaran Petcharoen, and “Poom” Vithaya Pansringarm (who takes on the role as “Luang Parr Ananda” (Father Ananda) that goes into investigation and puts his detective work to good use to find what’s going on in the temple grounds).
How will the movie turn out? check the trailer below to find out if it puts a new light to Buddhism towards you.
When a homeless youth is murdered in the grounds of a Buddhist monastery in Bangkok, the Police do little to investigate, leaving Father Ananda – a former homicide detective – to try and solve the crime. With the help of an orphaned boy named Jak, Ananda travels the canals of the city to unravel the clues and catch the killer.
Due to release on April 6th, 2011