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    Pop Aye [Sub: Eng]

    On a chance encounter, a disenchanted architect bumps into his long-lost elephant on the streets of Bangkok. Excited, he takes his elephant on a journey across Thailand, in search of the farm where they grew up together.
    Duration: 104 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2017
    IMDb: 6.6
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    San Diego Reader
    July 28, 2017

    The press notes call it "a crowd-pleaser at the Sundance Film Festival," but don't expect this Pop Aye to be "strong to the finnich."

    Washington Post
    July 20, 2017

    As Thana, Warakulnukroh radiates a sense of unadorned humanity, coupling a sense of being lost with the desire to be of service.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    July 12, 2017

    A meandering, slow journey with a fairly bland leading character.

    June 30, 2017

    They say the journey is often more meaningful than the destination, but both prove moving in "Pop Aye" - you don't always have to know where you're going for a trip to be worth taking.

    AV Club
    June 29, 2017

    It's said that elephants have distinct personalities, and Bong's is warm and charismatic, drawing attention so easily that you'd swear a spotlight was shining on him in certain scenes.

    June 29, 2017

    [An] affecting low-key drama ...

    The Sunday Age
    April 09, 2018

    Their episodic journey, punctuated by momentary danger and bittersweet encounters, moves at Pop Aye's pace, but in writer/director Kirsten Tan's debut feature there's a steady accretion of defining information.

    Butaca Ancha
    December 28, 2017

    Pleasant surprise from [director] Kirsten Tan... [Full review in Spanish]

    The Young Folks
    October 24, 2017

    Kirsten Tan circumnavigates our expectations of the subgenre, largely due to the fact that her creature is much more of a catalyst than it ever is the film's sole focus.

    The New Paper (Singapore)
    September 20, 2017

    ... an impactful and thought-provoking film. Well done.

    Georgia Straight
    September 07, 2017

    Pop Aye is one companion you'll never forget.

    Denerstein Unleashed
    August 23, 2017

    Like the lumbering elephant, Pop Aye can be awkward at times, but the movie genially conveys the power of a restorative link between a depressed man and his new best friend.

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