Dorm (2007) Fantasy Movie Review
Fantasy movies Review
(Asia Extreme / Horror) Twelve-year-old Chatree has been reluctantly transferred to an all boys boarding school, where life for him becomes days of misery and loneliness. He is bullied by his peers with tales of drowned boys and hanged girls; his teacher, Ms. Pranee, does little to make him feel welcome, and he has no friends or family to confide in. Despite being a social outcast and recluse, he befriends another student, Wichien. They become fast friends and soon things look bright, until one day he finds that his new friend has a deep dark secret.
Synopsis:The music of the Beatles and the Vietnam War form the backdrop for the romance between an upper-class American girl and a poor Liverpudlian artist.
About Dorm (2007)
Starring: Dylan Baker, Joe Anderson, Lynn Cohen, Bill Buell, Evan Rachel Wood, Jim Sturgess, Bill Irwin, Linda Emond, Curtis Holbrook, John Jeffrey Martin, Amanda Cole, Matt Caplan, Timothy R. Boyce Jr., Aisha De Haas, Dana Fuchs, Leah Hocking, Martin Luther, Ellen Hornberger, T.V. Carpio, Danya Taymor, Spencer Liff, Jennifer Van Dyck, Lisa Hogg, Timmy Mitchum, Nicholas Lumley, Michael Ryan, Angela Mounsey, Erin Elliott, Robert Clohessy, Christopher Tierney
Runtime: 133 minutes
Director: Julie Taymor
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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