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Thomas Clay's Soi Cowboy - DVD out now

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Uploaded on May 19, 2009

**** - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
**** - Empire
**** - Total Film

SOI COWBOY (15) - the second film from Thomas Clay, the director of controversial British feature film, The Great Ecstasy of Robert Carmichael.

This independent drama shot in black and white and colour is now out on DVD: http://www.networkdvd.net/product_inf...

In Bangkok, a corpulent European man (Nicolas Bro) and a young, pregnant Thai woman (Pimwalee Thampanyasan) live together in near silence. His large body stands out in marked contrast to her tiny frame. He gives her presents (she has a growing collection of stuffed animals) and takes viagra pills.

She is looking for security and he is the best way to stay out of Soi Cowboy, the red-light district where they met. She likes him but sleeping with him is a duty. Meanwhile, in the countryside, a teenage mafia enforcer is employed to deliver his older brother's head.

SOI COWBOY screened as part of Directors Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival in 2008 and was screened at the Leeds Film Festival in 2008. SOI COWBOY is a Pullback Camera Production/De Warrenne Pictures distributed in the UK by Network Releasing.

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