First reported on back at the American Film Market is a Thai horror film entitled 9: Secret Sunday, a film by Saranyoo Jiralak. The past week the official website was fully launched featuring a full trailer for the film that follows a man who has seven days to repent his horrid karma that he has accrued. Check out a long synopsis below or watch the trailer at the website listed above.
“Number 9 is a horror movie about a man’s journey’s to make a merit in order to correct his bad karma in 9 templates within 7 days. The journey led him and his companions into series of unexpected and horrified revelations.
According to his mother request, Nat, a young architect, unwillingly takes a journey to visit 9 different temples in order to clean up his bad karma. He is accompanied by Poon, his beauty columnist girlfriend and Sujitto, a young monk who takes care of the Tripitaka house and is responsible for the chant to chase away the bad karma.
All three characters have different purposes for taking this trip, but later on they discover that they are put together in this trip for an unforeseeable reason. A karma committed by one person could relate to karma of others. Horrifying acts done in their previous lives reveal themselves as the journey go by. The more they try to clean up Nat’s bad karmas by making a merit, the closer they get to “THEM”
The journey has changed their faith forever. How is Nat going to clean up his own mess? Would Nat be forgiven? How can an act of making the merit overcome the relentless vengeance?”
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