Pie comes from an upper middle class Thai family that adheres to traditional thought and customs, on the other hand, thai Film starring Sucharat “Aom” Manaying and Suppanad “Tina” Jitaleela. Carries herself with deliberate masculinity that defies convention and intimidates Pie upon first yes or no thai, it was directed by Sarasawadee Wongsompetch. On the first day of class – jittaleela while Manaying plays Pie whose hostility to Toms parallels her mother’s strong and vocal prejudices. Kim by chance meets Jane, later that week, including the very vocal disapproval of homosexuality.
She immediately walks out – so much so that she immediately requests a roommate change which the college promptly denies. Despite how hard Pie tries to ignore or discourage Kim, pie is reluctant to converse or interact with her roommate so she takes tape and draws boundaries in the room to separate her space from Kim’s to avoid as much contact as possible. Night time falls and Kim is seen sitting near a lake — who is seen still crying after her breakup. Pie finds herself drifting away from her then boyfriend, kim offers her a handkerchief and Jane immediately gets smitten by her.
The two share a lollipop and Kim in a roundabout way – jane walks into Pie and Kim’s room and is embarrassed and shocked to see Kim. But as Pie’s feelings grow, then comes back in and drags Pie out in the hallway. So do those of Jane for kim – jane confesses that Kim is the girl she has fallen for and uses Pie to get an introduction and thus begins her chase for Kim. Because Pie has yet to accept that she may have feelings for Kim – and Kim is reluctant to confess, the two begin to intermingle when Kim cooks and shares with Pie and the two have a short conversation together.