This Thai flick is pretty funky in its’ production values and acting level – plays kind of like a high-school made video. The ‘plot’ involves the ‘ghost’ of a girl who was saved from a rape by a witch/ghost who then inhabits her body and wreaks vengeance on a series of unsuspecting guys by murdering them during sex (chomping off their privates!). A group of students makes a field-trip to the village where this mysterious carnage is occurring and gets sucked into the ‘horror’ and sex!
Dao returns home and finds her fiance in bed with another woman. She shoots them dead on the spot. She is sentenced to 10 years in prison. She gets out eventually and stays with a friend who runs an escort service and learns that women are even caged in the outside world.
Samui was staying at the beach and what they are facing Gulf wonderful in their lives it is to find love with a man she dreamed. It is the age where they’re needed and dare to experiment or study to see if this is a wonderful thing to try self-satisfied love with a man.
Tula suddenly finds a drunk girl outside his house and they fall in love.
Chanachol, recently returned to Thailand after living overseas, signs up for a tour to get back in touch with Thai culture, and finds himself attracted to the tour guide, Mekhala. There are several problems with the relationship: Chanachol is married, with family, and Mekhala has a mysterious, symbiotic relationship with a deadly cobra, and many of her previous suitors have ended up dead.
The film opens in Club Venus, somewhere in the HK nightclub district, but with topless (and sometimes bottomless) Thai go-go girls gyrating to Thai pop music and even talking in Thai, this scene could well have been filmed in Patpong. Anyway, after much confusion and random changes of scene and people having sex just about everywhere, the story eventually settles down to be a wacky relationship quadrangle.