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This to-be-conti­nued sto­ry, which, in a way, comes out of our own mouth as well, is strung to­ge­ther through va­rious en­coun­ters, rambles, gets scram­bled, ques­tions it­self and then goes to­tal­ly hay­wire in the next to last se­quence, un­doub­ted­ly the film’s most tou­ching mo­ment, and a unique one in Wee­ra­se­tha­kul’s work, when a group of school­chil­dren, mas­sed En­coun­ter Thai­land

The Ad­ven­ture of Iron Pus­sy (2003), which ne­ver real­ly came out in France, Wee­ra­se­tha­kul said that for him the word queer meant “Eve­ry­thing is pos­sible.” Any­thing that can be ima­gi­ned can be­come ac­tual; eve­ry fic­tion is part of our rea­li­ty in­so­far as it is a re­pre­sen­ta­tion, or in other words, a construc­tion. This procedure is a clas­sic in do­cu­dra­mas. To get to the “truth” in in­ter­views with ano-

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