Let’s get to know the characters in ‘Man Suang’ ahead of its movie premiere this month!
‘Man Suang’ is one of the biggest projects of Be On Cloud (BOC), from the same production as the hit Thai BL TV series ‘Kinn Porsche’, which will feature Mile Phakphum and Apo Nattawin’s first-ever movie project together. Following its movie trailer, BOC announced the three Asian countries where the movie will have its premiere, namely: Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.
In preparation for the much-awaited movie, discover what ‘Man Suang’ is and get to know all the actors and their respective roles.
‘Man Suang’, is the name of the place that has not been recorded in history, despite its immense importance in reshaping the course of events. Within its boundaries lie the origins of the critical choices that guided the nation’s path. Hidden within its walls were numerous secret agreements that were forged to determine the fates of thousands. It is a heaven-like place with more pleasant things than anyone could dream of. When you are a guest at Man Suang, you can be whoever you want without fear of being framed or condemned. The breathtaking beauty of unseen wonders will leave you in awe and enchantment. Along with the overflowing joy of aesthetically satisfying experiences through the five senses, you will be captivated and unable to forget the experience. Man Suang is more than just a casino, a brothel, a brewery, or an opium den. Man Suang is not merely a place for entertainment; it is truly another world. The realm that, once you enter, you will discover hidden fragments of yourself. And no matter how deeply you conceal the secret pieces inside of you, they will be found and revealed, all because of “Man Suang.”
Meet the actors and their roles in the much-anticipated movie:
A two-faced drum player (Taphon) who arrived in Man Suang as a commoner. He is brilliant but secretive, and he prefers not to associate with anyone. However, Chatra becomes embroiled in Khem’s mission, which puts his life at risk as well.
An orphan commoner from a remote province who is yearning to elevate his social class. He has a dream of becoming an actor in a dance drama, an art form adored by the nobility. In his pursuit of escaping the desolate life of a nomad, he seizes a chance that comes across him unintentionally and clings to it with determination. However, the chance turns out to be perilous, endangering his very life. Khem must do whatever it takes to ensure not only his own survival but also that of his closest friend, Wan.
An orphaned commoner from a rural province like Khem. He’s trustworthy, kind, and a cherished friend to Khem. He sees Khem as his only family and places immense trust in him. He sincerely admires everything Khem does, including dancing, despite his limited abilities in comparison.
The only heir of Cheng, the influential ruler of Man Suang. Therefore, whether willingly or unwillingly, it is his job to inherit the father’s deeds and authority.
The trusted right hand of Chao Sua Cheng. The only son of a sworn brother who once jointly operated a liquor business. When Tiang’s father passed away, Cheng embraced him like an adopted child and placed immense trust in him, allowing him to assist in managing all affairs.
A civil servant of mixed Chinese heritage who prefers to serve in the government rather than pursue business endeavors. He tries to prove himself to both his family and his wife.
Overseas Chinese who owns Man Suang. He is ambitious, foresighted, and is welcome to explore new things. Despite his strong determination, he possesses a compassionate nature and holds his friends dear.
A new generation of Royal Navy aristocrats — smart, sharp-witted, and cunning. He employs these abilities to carve out his place in society and assert his influence.
A grand nobleman from the royal court. He is descended from a wealthy and powerful family, blessed with abundant influence, prestige, and an extensive network of connections. He is an unwavering conservative who is adamant that his beliefs are the epitome of correctness.
Serves as a trainer for a male court dance drama in ManSuang. She was a former dancer in the royal court during the previous reign. Her goal is to carry on the traditional performing arts. She earns admiration and respect even from Chao Sua Cheng.
Man Suang’s madam of female and male prostitutes. Many years ago, she was sold by a previous brothel to become the wife of an elderly noble. When her husband died, she inherited quite a lot of property. But she chose to live in Man Suang, where she felt safe and not looked down upon.
‘Man Suang’ premieres in the local theater on August 24th. More regions and countries will be announced, so make sure to follow us at BLtai for further information.