Saturday, June 25, 2011

The Mediator Dream Cast Part 1

well, I just finished a novel series recommended by my friend, Cindy.
Yep, the writer is Meg Cabot who also wrote The Princess Diary Series...
These books told about a girl named Suze who has an ability to see the death...
She moved to California with her new family and lived in an old house when she met a handsome ghost waiting in her room..
She felt in love with this Spanish sexy ghost, Jesse De Silva.
I dreamed if I could make a movie about them, and I would make an audition first..
Here is my dream cast!

Susannah / Suze Simon

Lucy Hale ::

I always imagine her when I read the book.. She's cute and looks fashionable but strong just like Suze...

Jesse de Silva / Hector de Silva

Steven Strait

I was googling about Latin or Spanish actor when I found him...
He played as Caleb Danvers on The Covenant movie and he's so hot!

if you have some suggestion for the cast, just let me know :)

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

(News) Tina Talking about Her debut in "Yes or No"

BK: What were you doing before Yes or No?
Tina: I studied in Ratchaburi province before I moved to Bangkok after sixth grade to study at Satriwit School. I managed to get in because of my skills in creating a website. I lost all the sample code they gave me and ended up writing my own. They found out what I did and that’s how I got in.

BK: So you are a bit of a computer geek?
Tina: My mom supported me in studying anything I wanted. I love to play with computers, so I decided to study how to make websites using various programs like Dreamweaver and Flash. I participated in the Nectec computing competition when I was in the sixth grade and won first prize.

BK: How did you get involved with the movie?
Tina: My senior told me to go for the casting for this project. They had been planning to make this movie for two years and couldn’t find a tomboy who had a character close to the one in the movie. They picked me because of the natural girly way I say “ka” or “nu” which other tomboys don’t. The character in this movie doesn’t start out as a tomboy at first but slowly becomes one.

BK: How did you find acting for the first time?
Tina: It’s pretty hard because I had never done it before. The team sent me to train with an acting coach and I just did the best that I could.

BK: Who should go and watch the film?
Tina: I would say anyone of any gender should watch it. I even know guys who’ve seen it thinking it would just be a lesbian film, but it’s actually just a love story between two people.

BK: Are you working on any other film projects?
Tina: Not yet, but I also work as a DJ at Pynk 98 FM every Mon-Fri 8.30pm-10pm.

BK: How do you manage your time between work and study?
Tina: I just dropped my course in International Software Engineering at Chiang Mai University because it’s too far and it’s hard to study in this field. It’s so science-focused. So I plan to study in Bangkok.

BK: And what are your plans for the future?
Whatever happens, I plan to continue working in entertainment. I really like it. I also really want to get into the communication arts program at Chulalongkorn University but the scores needed may be too high. I definitely want to continue my studies though.

S: BK Asia City

She's a unique person :)

Sunday, June 5, 2011

(Movie) YES or NO Thailand Movie

Cute, eh??
I won't let you guess, because, yes, HE's a GIRL!
She's the main character in Thai movie "Yes or No" which is a lesbian movie tells the story of Pai, a college girl who holds a negative attitude about tomboys. Yet she finds out that her new room-mate, Kim, is a woman who dresses like a man and who likes women. The initial mistrust slowly changes into something else as Kim begins to pursue Pai.

Title: Pu Chai Lulla (Yak Rak Goh Rak Loie) Yes or No อยากรักก็รักเลย
Director: Sarasawadee Wongsompetch
Cast: Arisara Tongborisuth, Soranut Yupanun, Sucharat Manaying, Supanart Jittaleela
Rating: 15+ (Romantic Comedy)
Release Date in Thailand: 16th December 2010

I'm sooo sad to know that this cute boy is a girl, because I have no idea before :(
But, can you see that she's a bit looked like Siwon SuperJunior, particularly her eyes..

Pic Source: Not mine. Random

This movie is really cute I think, just IF Kim were a boy T__________T
The director is a lesbian too, so she wanted to make a movie that can tell the other side of lesbian life..

Real name: Supanart Jittaleela

Also known as : Tina Jittaleela

Gender : Female

Birthday : February 12 1991

Hometown: Bangkok (Thailand)

Personal relationship status : Single

Brothers and sisters : Nichapa Jittaleela, Podchara Jittaleela, Tatae Jittaleela

Studying at universities: Chiang Mai University

High school : SatriwithayaSchool

Like the dress brand : Marc Jacobs

Favourite singer: Mark Ronson Samantha Ronson


here is the Official MV

cr: uploader

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

A Trip To Bali

We went to Bali on 19 - 23 May 2011 for Study Tour of English Student Association 2009.
And here is my recount text, telling everything happened there :)

A Trip to Bali

Last week, I, my friends, and few of my lecturers went to Bali. This was the first study tour of our grade in English Department, Palangka Raya University. It was a long trip, but it also gave each of us many great experiences.
From Tjilik Riwut Airport Palangka Raya, we took a plane to Juanda International Airport
Surabaya, the cleanest airport in Southern Asia. It did not take a long time because there were two busses were waiting for us to go to Banyuwangi and crossed the sea by a ferry to Gilimanuk, Bali. We spent about twelve hours in the bus. It was the longest trip I have ever had. Even though we were really tired of the trip, but we w
ere very excited when arrived in the first tourism object here, Tanah Lot. Tanah Lot is a holy place for Hindu people. The sky was so clean with fresh air blowing from the sea. Tanah Lot beach is so beautiful, but tourists are not allowed to swim there because the beach is a beach with a holy temple stands on a large rock near the shore.
Some of my friends passed by with flowers in their ears. I was curious, and then they said to get the flower I had to go to the temple, so I went there. Temple guards asked me to wash my face with water that flew from a small hole on the wall, then one of them pinned yellow flower in my ear and sprinkled water while speaking in unusual language for me. This is somewhat similar to a tradition in my tribe, Dayak Ngaju.

From Tanah Lot, we continued our journey to Tanjung Benoa with a tour guide from Bali, Bli Agung. He was really nice and funny. He told us every detail of an object. Tanjung Benoa beach is very nice because it has so many watersports, but we had to go to Turtle Island by speed boat. In the middle of the sea, I saw small fish swimming in the water.

Turtle Island is a place that a bit different than the other places. This place is more like a zoo in the middle of the sea. Red nuts turtles live with other animals. All the officers used English to talk to tourists.

Back to Tanjung Benoa, I and my friends decided to try the banana boat water attractions. We who are not able to swim were a little doubt, but the guide said that it is safe. Excitingly, we got on the banana boat which is not really big. I was a bit nervous but very excited. The engine was started and the wind blew louder, we shouted happily. There was no any command when the boat suddenly turned into the sea. Our bodies fell into the water and I accidentally drank the seawater, I swear it has a worst taste, and then the life jacket I wore pulled my body into the air. The guide pulled our bodies one by one back onto the boat. This was the most extreme thing I have ever done because I can not swim at all.

The next place I visited was the Dreamland. This beach is not so long, but the waves were very big, best for surfing. Too hot to play, so I just sat behind a large rock and enjoy the strong wind blowing.

Leaving from Dreamland, I and my friends went to the Garuda Wisnu Kencana or GWK. This is a monument to the pride of the people in Bali. The monuments in the form of a god who rides Garuda is planned to be the world's largest monument grater than the Statue of Liberty. This statue made from the metal held together to form shapes of birds and gods. Many tourists take pictures under one of these statues which are still separated.
We ended our first day to see the sunset in the the most famousbeach in the Bali, Kuta beach. The beach is very long. Tourists can see the sky with the sun that swing in the sky. At 20.00 pm we checked in at the hotel and took a rest, recharge for the next day.
We met the other foreign tourists here. They were very friendly.

The second day had been waiting to be explored. From the hotel we went to Cening Bagus to buy souvenirs. I did not spend too much money there because I still felt tired to walking around.
From Cening Bagus we left to a store that sold silver. There were a lot of jewelry from the cheap to the most expensive one arranged on the table.

The next destination is Kintamani. This area was very cold because it is located in the mountains and near a bautiful lake. Many sellers offered souvenirs outside the restaurant.

Suddenly, a seller came and held a puppy. This is a typical dog of Kintamani. His stomach was very big and he looked very lazy. His white fur feels smooth touching my skin. I really like Kintamani puppy.

Done in Kintamani, we visited the third beach, that is Sanur. Sanur beach was also slightly different from the other beach. The beach is frequently visited by local tourists than foreign tourists. But a little bit more untreated than other beach. Near Sanur there is a hotel which was first established by the Dutch in Bali.

From Sanur, we went to see performances of traditional Balinese dance, Kecak Dance. This dance is very sacred and should only be played by men who are aged, as if played by the youth; something bad might happened.

The dance began with a man who light a fire that was placed in center of the stage. Then some old guy came in and sat in rows. They sang songs that was also a prayer until two people who played as Rama and Shinta entered the stage. This dance ran about one hour.
We spent the last day in Bali by going to Sangeh, Joger, and Bedugul. This place is surrounded by large forests but cool. Not many tourists come here. Women who were in menstrual period are not allowed to enter. You can see wild monkeys living around the forest and eat from the tourists who come.

Joger is a word factory in Bali. The main goods is the cloth with unique words printed. But Joger was very crowded making it uncomfortable for shopping.

The last place and was one of my favorite places is Bedugul. Like Kintamani, this place is very cool, perfect for a walk under the sun.We had lunch at a restaurant on the edge of the lake.

From Bedugul, we had to say goodbye to our tour guide, Bli Agung, who had taugh us many things about Bali and made great jokes while driving.

Later, everyone returned to Surabaya and took a morning flight back to Palangkaraya. Indonesia is very rich in culture and traditions in each region. Although very tiring, but the trip to Bali was very nice and I really want to go back there someday. I learned how to be more responsible to myself, as well as solidarity between my friends and lecturers.