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First Kiss 2: A Thai Romance With Indonesian Subtitles And Ants

First Kiss 2: A Thai Romance with Indonesian Subtitles and Ants

First Kiss 2 is a sequel to the 2012 Thai movie First Kiss, which tells the story of a 25-year-old woman named Sa who has never had a boyfriend or kissed anyone in her life. She meets Bass, a 16-year-old high school student, when they accidentally share a light kiss on the lips on a bus. Bass falls in love with Sa and tries to win her heart, despite the age gap and the interference of Sa's first love, KriangKrai.

First Kiss 2: A Thai Romance with Indonesian Subtitles and Ants

The sequel follows the couple's relationship as they face more challenges and obstacles, such as Sa's parents' disapproval, Bass's school problems, and a mysterious ant infestation that threatens to ruin their romance. The movie is a comedy of errors, ants and love, with a mix of drama and sweetness.

The movie is directed by Kirati Nakintanon and stars Tin Chokamolkit as Bass and Rodmay Kaneungnij Jaksamittanon as Sa. The movie also features Kob Songsit Rungnopakunsi as KriangKrai, Maengmum Tanshi Bumrungkit as young Sa, ZernJern Pasathorn Songthawornthawee as Ard, and Gade Thanya Rattanamalakul as Sa's friend.

The movie has Indonesian subtitles for the viewers who do not understand Thai. The movie also has some scenes that are set in Indonesia, where Bass and Sa go on a vacation. The movie showcases the culture and scenery of both countries, as well as the language and humor.

First Kiss 2 is a fun and heartwarming movie that explores the theme of love beyond age and boundaries. It is a movie that will make you laugh, cry, and smile with its adorable and quirky characters and situations.

The movie was released in Thailand on January 26, 2012, and received positive reviews from critics and audiences. The movie was praised for its chemistry between the leads, its comedy and romance, and its message of acceptance and understanding. The movie also performed well at the box office, earning more than 40 million baht.

The movie was also popular in Indonesia, where it was released on February 29, 2012. The movie attracted many fans who enjoyed the Indonesian subtitles and the scenes that were filmed in their country. The movie also received support from the Indonesian Embassy in Thailand, which hosted a special screening of the movie for the Thai and Indonesian media and celebrities.

The movie has a soundtrack that features songs by Thai and Indonesian artists, such as Tata Young, Nidji, RAN, and Pee Saderd. The songs reflect the mood and theme of the movie, as well as the cultural diversity of the two countries. The soundtrack also includes a duet by Tin Chokamolkit and Rodmay Kaneungnij Jaksamittanon, who sing the theme song "First Kiss" in both Thai and Indonesian.

The movie has a sequel that was released in 2014, titled First Kiss 3: The Final Chapter. The sequel follows the couple's marriage and family life, as they face new challenges and adventures. The sequel also introduces new characters, such as Bass's younger brother and Sa's cousin, who have their own love stories. The sequel also features more scenes in Indonesia, as well as other countries such as Japan and Australia.

The movie is part of a series of Thai movies that are based on true stories of people who have never kissed anyone in their lives. The series is called "Never Kissed" and includes other movies such as "Bangkok Traffic Love Story", "Hello Stranger", and "ATM: Er Rak Error". The series aims to show the different aspects and experiences of love and romance in modern society.

The movie is a must-watch for fans of Thai movies and romantic comedies. It is a movie that will make you believe in the power of love and the magic of a first kiss. It is a movie that will inspire you to follow your heart and pursue your dreams. It is a movie that will remind you that age is just a number and love is universal. 04f6b60f66


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