Mizo (2014) Mizo is a lost bird born in trash. She’s been sexually abused by her foster parents so she sets out to find her birth parents with the blood-stained uniform she was abandoned with. Meanwhile, Woo-sang, the man who abandoned his baby girl in the trash, still lives a trashy life. Mizo approaches him to take revenge in the most painful way possible. The revenge steps over the line and they have no idea what gruesome end they are headed for…
Big Driver (2014) Based on a novella from Stephen King, A famous mystery writer sets out for revenge after a brutal attack.
The Imitation Game (2014) Based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, the film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team of code-breakers at Britain’s top-secret Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II.
Say ‘I Love You’ (2014) Mei Tachibana is a high school student. Due to a traumatic incident when she was a kid, Mei has been unable to make friends or have boyfriends. By mistake, Mei then injures the most popular male student named Yamato Kurosawa. Somehow, Yamato Kurosawa likes Mei Tachibana and tells everyone unilaterally that Mei is his friend. One day, Yamato Kurosawa saves Mei Tachibana from a stalker by kissing her. From that kiss, their love story begins.
Blue Spring Ride (Ao Haru Ride) (2014) When she was a middle school student, Futaba Yoshioka liked Kou Tanaka who was unlike the other boys and quite gentle. Kou Tanaka then moved away and they lost contact. At the end of Futaba Yoshioka’s first year as a high school student she meets Kou Tanaka again. Kou Tanaka’s name has changed to Kou Mabuchi and his personality seems different from his middle school days.
Timeline (2014) Mat (Piyathida) a mother forced to raise her son Tan (Jirayu) on her own after being widowed early in her marriage. In this Mat gets help from Watt (Noppachai), who has been in love with her for a long time. Tan is expected to be like his dad but instead he wants to escape what he regards as the narrow confines of his mother’s world. His dreams looks like they are coming true when he meets June (Jarinporn), a free spirit who knows what she wants from life. The young woman quickly makes up for what Tan feels he’s missing and in the process helps him reconnect with his mother.