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Realising that he is still haunted by her ghost, Tun takes a series of Polaroid photographs in his apartment in an attempt to find Natre. Having no success, he throws the camera across the room in a rage, only for it to go off, taking a photograph of Tun. The Polaroid develops, showing Natre sitting on Tun's shoulders, the cause of his ongoing neck pain. In the ensuing confrontation Tun jumps from the window, trying to escape.

Natre's ghost appears in Tun's apartment one night, and the chain of events culminate with Tun surviving a fall from the fire escape ladder outside his building. Natre's funeral is held the following day, after which Jane hopes that everything will return to normal.

Jane begins to investigate and discovers that the girl was Natre (Achita Sikamana), a shy girl who had attended the same college as Tun. After confronting Tun, Tun admits that he and Natre were in a relationship, which Tun had kept secret from his friends. Natre threatened to commit suicide when Tun broke off the relationship.

After celebrating at a drinking party with his closest friends in Bangkok, Tun (Ananda Everingham), a photographer, and his girlfriend, Jane (Natthaweeranuch Thongmee), get into a car accident. Jane hits a girl but Tun does not allow her to get out of the car and the couple drive away, leaving the girl lying in the road.

2002 : In Cannes, Monrak Transistor was the first Thai film to be selected for Directors' Fortnight. A man from nowhere, Apichatpong Weerasethakul also surprised the Thai film community with his unknown work Blissfully Yours to enter Un Certain Regard and won the Mécénat Atladis prize.