The follow up to the orginal Yes or no movie
In this sequel they have come to the end of their studies and go on internships or study placements. Pie (Suparat Manaying), the femme, goes to a fishery in the south, while Kim (Supanart Jittaleela), the tom, whose family runs a vineyard, does a placement in the north, close to the family property. Pie tried to engineer a common placement, and felt betrayed when Pie chose a placement more closely related to her family’s business. But the separation was only going to be for a few months.
On the placement, however, a second femme, Yam, falls in love with Pie. Kim, ever spoiled, ever controlling, breaks up with Pie. Pie, it seems, is pleased to play the tom role to his air-headed fem sweetheart, indulging her every whim. This reviewer was pulling for Yam to take over. As the two hour movie continued and continued, I just wanted an ending.
The films are based on Thai novels. The publisher was interested in turning the stories into film. The director had experience in the film industry as an assistant director. Now she moved to directing. She put together the financing. Some newspaper reports said she funded the films herself.