Sunday, February 14, 2010


Peter Nellhaus awarded me the "Kreativ Blogger" award on January 13

I feel very glad and honored with this award. And now I think it is time for me to pass this award onto seven other bloggers.

Here are the rules for this award, but I don't think you have to follow these rules. Hahaha.

1. Thank the person who nominated you for this award.
2. Copy the logo and place it on your blog.
3. Link to the person who nominated you for this award.
4. Name 7 things about yourself that people might find interesting.
5. Nominate 7 Kreativ Bloggers.
6. Post links to the 7 blogs you nominate.
7. Leave a comment on each of the blogs letting them know they have been nominated.

Here are my seven Kreativ bloggers:

1.Iain Stott, for his two blogs:

I'm very grateful for Iain who invited me to participate in his Beyond the Canon poll:

His Beyond the Canon blog is amazing, because it is full of many interesting individual lists, such as Miguel Marias' list:

2.Matthew Flanagan
Because I love the images in his blog.

3.Nanoguy (in Thai)
Because he wrote a lot about Thai short films.

4.Sonthaya Subyen (in Thai)
Because he teaches me many things about films.

5.Wise Kwai
Because he writes a lot about Thai films.

6.Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa
Because he teaches me many things about films.

7.Zach Campbell
Because he teaches me many things about films.


1.I loved reading Japanese cartoons when I was a child.

My favorite cartoons include

1.1 BLUE SONNET (1981-1987) by Shibata Masahiro

1.2 CANDY CANDY (1975-1979) by Yumiko Igarashi

1.3 CRYSTAL DRAGON (1981-ongoing) by Ashibe Yuho

1.4 A DOUBT GAME by Shibata Ayuko

1.5 GLASS MASK (1976-ongoing) by Suzue Miuchi

1.6 HAIKARA-SANGA TOORU by Yamato Waki

1.7 DARKNESS OF THE SEA, SHADOW OF THE MOON (1986-1991) by Shinohara Chie

2.I loved watching many TV series when I was a child. My favorite TV series include:


2.2 CHARLIE'S ANGELS (1976-1981)

2.3 CONSCIENCE (1994), a Hong Kong TV series starring Maggie Siu

2.4 GRIDTAYA (1989, Worayoot Pichaisoratat)

2.5 PORN SEE LEUD (BLOOD-COLORED BLESSING) (1978, Adul Green), a Thai TV series on Channel 3 starring Nart Poowanai, Mayurachat Muenprasittiwate, and Chorpetch Chaiyanate. I think it is inspired by Agatha Christie's AND THEN THERE WERE NONE.

2.6 PUNKY BREWSTER (1984-1988)

2.7 TUCKER'S WITCH (1982-1983)

3.I have always wanted to be a witch after I watched MIDNIGHT OFFERINGS (1981, Rod Holcomb)

4.I was crazy for Tom Cruise after I saw his images from the film TOP GUN (1986, Tony Scott). I thought he was very handsome. I decided to buy an illegal videotape of TOP GUN, which cost 200 baht at that time. But I was very poor. So I decided not to have lunch for 20 days, because my mother gave me 10 baht a day to buy lunch at that time. That's the way I could save 200 baht to buy a videotape of TOP GUN.

5.My life as a blogger started in 2004 when I was frequently commenting on some Thai film webboards, especially Bioscope webboard and Screenout webboard. I thought I should collect all my comments in one place so that it would be easy for me to read my old comments. So I started LIMITLESS CINEMA blog at to collect all my comments in some Thai film webboards. I didn't write anything directly for this blog at that time.

I started writing in English and writing directly for this blog in 2007 after I accidentally found out that Zach Campbell wrote about me in 2005. What he wrote inspires me to start writing in English.

6.When I was a teenager, my friends and I started imagining that we would like to watch a long-running TV series about many supernatural female characters fighting against each other. I still keep on dreaming about this imaginary TV series until now. It would be like X-MEN, but there would be no social concern and the focus would be on female characters. The title of this TV series is GODDESS.

The characters in GODDESS may include characters inspired by:

6.1 Queen Akasha from QUEEN OF THE DAMNED (2002, Michael Rymer, A+)

6.2 The Queen of the Flower Palace (Maggie Chan Mei Kei) in the Hongkong TV series THE TWO MOST HONORABLE KNIGHTS (1988), starring Tony Leung Chiu Wei

6.3 Asia the Invincible (Brigitte Lin) in SWORDSMAN II (1992, Ching Siu-tung)

6.4 Sailor Saturn

6.5 Judith, who beheaded Holofernes

6.6 Gudrun Ensslin (I would love to see this kind of character confronting someone like Sarah Palin or Condoleeza Rice)

6.7 Wink

7.If I were a singer, I would like to release an album called KISS MY FEET AGAIN. These are the songs I would like to include in the album:

7.1 AITAI – Chikako Sawada


7.3 BEAUTIFUL MORNING – Lisa Moorish

7.4 BOYS, BOYS, BOYS – Sabrina

7.5 FALLING ANTHEM – Bad Boy Bill featuring Alyssa Palmer

7.6 JE REGRETTE EVERYTHING – Hell featuring Billie Ray Martin

7.7 KATARI TSUGU AINI – Hiroko Yakushimaru



7.10 THE LOVER THAT YOU ARE – Pulse featuring Antoinette Robinson

7.11 A MATTER OF FACT – Innocence

7.12 MINDWORKS – Sam Brown

7.13 SINGLE AGAIN – Mariya Takeuchi

7.14 TIME GOES BY – Kahoru Kohiruimaki

7.15 WHY DON'T YOU TAKE ME – One Dove


Matthew Flanagan said...

Thank you, Jit - very kind!

pc said...

฿ 10 a day for living in Bangkok?

You got ta be kidding me. This went beyond poverty level even in 1986 and you're still alive.

Oh my, you never cease to amaze me my dear.

celinejulie said...

Hahaha. It's ten baht for lunch, not ten baht for living. If I remember it correctly, a plate of fried rice with egg (ข้าวผัดใส่ไข่หนึ่งห่อ) in my old neighborhood in Bangkok cost 8 baht in the late 1980's. As for my new neighborhood in Bangkok where I am living now, a plate of fried rice with egg (ข้าวผัดใส่ไข่หนึ่งถุง) costs 12 baht now, and a box of rice with omelette (ข้าวไข่เจียวหนึ่งกล่อง) costs 10 baht now. I still eat them from time to time, because I find it a little bit delicious.

If I remember it correctly, I saved that money during the long school break (ปิดเทอม). I stayed at home the whole days and nights during that time, so I didn't have to spend any money. My mother brought me breakfast and dinner, but I had to buy myself a lunch when she went to work. So I decided not to have lunch to save money for Tom Cruise. I didn't remember if I suffered from any hunger during that time. Maybe I didn't suffer much. Maybe I just ate some silly stuff in my refrigerator or ate some fruit for lunch instead.

After I wrote this blog entry yesterday, I also questioned myself if I remember the details correctly. Maybe my mother gave me 20 baht for lunch, and I only skipped lunch for 10 days to save 200 baht. It happened more than twenty years ago, so I'm not sure if I remember all of the details correctly or not.

nanoguy said...

Thanks a lot krub. ^^

FILMSICK said...

thankypu soooooooooooooo much

Iain Stott said...

Thanks for the kind words, Jit.

Filmvirus said...

THank you Jit. I did accomplish very little though. I"ll try to do as much as I can when I am free from Lopburi project.