The dead will tell the truth.


Chon is an engineering student living in a rented house in Bangkok with his sister, Aye. Chon is having bad dreams, in which he is visited by a ghostly woman who appears to have been dismembered and put back together. He also sees a misshapen black cat and occasionally sees a fetus. Chon sometimes finds himself in places, such as a musical performance, and cannot remember how he got there.

After Chon slices his finger open while cleaning some prawns for dinner (the prawns had started moving around and bleeding profusely), and it is left to Chon's medical student sister Aye takes him to the hospital. Chon is eventually referred to a Dr. Usa for psychiatric treatment. It becomes apparent to Dr. Usa that there is some connection between Chon, herself and her increasingly distant husband, Dr. Sethee.

In the course of Usa's investigation, she discovers there is a connection between her husband and a mysterious university lecturer, Dr. Dararai, who possesses supernatural powers of hypnosis. Meanwhile, Chon continues to have bad dreams, and they are becoming increasingly horrifying and real. He is repeatedly drawn to a spare room in his house, and when he opens the door, he sees a man chopping up a body. When the man turns his head to look at Chon, the man's face is Chon's.

A teaching assistant whom Usa questioned about Dararai ends up being killed in a gruesome accident involving barbed wire around a university museum exhibit. A young doctor meets his end in a vat of acid. Chon tries to stop the killings, but is always too late. Somehow, the connection between Usa, Chon, Sethee and Dararai lead to the university hospital's morgue, and body number 19. How are all of these actualities linked together and is Chon responsible for all of these deaths????














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Directed by Paween Purijitpanya
Produced by Jira Maligool
Yongyoot Thongkongtoon
Written by Chukiat Sakweerakul
Starring Arak Amornsupasiri
Ornjira Lamwilai
Kritteera Inpornwijit
Patharawarin Timkul
Music by  
Distributed by GTH
Release date(s) October 4, 2007
Running time 93 mins.
Language Thai.