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Re: เวทีชีวิต...เจษฎาภรณ์ ผลดี

Postby praveya » Sun Mar 04, 2012 3:12 am

[Translation by A Fan from USA of the clip posted by Khun Ploy above]

Source: TV POOL, issue and date unknown

JESDAPORN PHOLDEE

Stage of Life…the first step being missed

Chapter 5

Because “memory” is not an ink mark that can be easily erased, several people wish every moment to erase it from their hearts. However, there is someone waiting to use every single minute to just recapture that trace of memory with a smile filled with happiness.

The young new freshman “Jesdaporn Pholdee” was another person who looked through some old pictures of the past with a heart full of happiness every time he thought about it.

If two people look through the same window to see the vast world, one person may see only the dirty and sludgy mud. However, the other person may see sky full of glittering and dazzling stars. It depends on each individual’s perspective.

For “Tik”, he is the latter who can see through a hundred thousand criteria in his mind to get to the term of “opportunity” and use it to woven into a staircase so his two legs can step up to the unfamiliar but extremely challenging door of life.

“Once I was in the second year, I had a chance to play a role in the movie “2499 The Gangsters Take Over the City” of the Thai Entertainment Company [from the translator: This movie is internationally known as “Dang Bireley’s and the Young Gangsters.” The name given here is translated verbatim from the name of the movie in Thai.] I did not think I would get it in the beginning and I thought about not taking part in it because I was very much an artist with long hair. I would have to have my hair cut for the role and I also had orthodontic wires. I would have to have them taken off. I couldn’t really think of myself with short hair and I would have to have a James Dean hairstyle. I was afraid if I had to be an actor. I was afraid I would have no time to study and be expelled from college. I would like to see the day I received my diploma and this was what my mom and dad talked to me about everyday. But in the end I decided, lets do it…just once with my first movie. I thought it was challenging and I would endeavor to the best of my capability. I would give as much time for study as possible and I was able to do it but it almost got bad too. And if I had decided to decline that at the time, there would not have been me today. This movie has widened my world. I have more friends because I didn’t keep company with others when I was in the freshman year. I didn’t even participate in the extracurricular activities like everybody else. It was like I got home as soon as the classes were over. I felt I was really grown up at the time and I saw others playing like children. Each time I talked with friends, I felt we could not understand one another. Lets just say it was like we spoke different languages. It made me not to want to associate with the people my age so most of my friends were more senior than me.”

From a tiny home with only one door at that second, it was like his home saturated with love has had several more doors added to be open for new experience in the colorful new world. This made his narrow world encompass wider several times over to the point even he himself could never have expected.

“I recall that the first day the movie was in the theater was during the Songkarn Festival [from the translator: This is April 13 which is the Thai New Year] approximately in April. My feeling was about half in between shocked and jubilant. Actually, it was more like mixed in together. Oh! I was very shocked because there were a lot of viewers. I questioned why the movie was this fun and why there were a lot of people coming to ask questions and to chat with me. There were a lot of people with tape recorders to interview me to the point I was never recovered from the daze. I didn’t think the movie would be so successful and especially when the summer class started, there were even more people knowing me. This was different than how it was in the past when no one was interested in me, not in the least (laugh). I became well known to everyone during that time. My world was wider. There were people asking for my autograph and coming in to chat with me. And this was the changing point of my life.

And like I said, my world was wider because I took part in this movie. People sometimes came in to ask me how it was filming the movie, was it fun? So I had more friends and I began having a group or gang of friends of about 7-8 of us.”

The word “opportunity”, even though it is so very hard to find but it is not all there is in life because “responsibility” weighs no less. So “Tik” must recognize how to use both his opportunity and responsibility and have them go together in a well-balanced manner.

“The life of an actor was really fun for me but that is not to say the life of a student was boring. When I was studying at the Thai Chamber of Commerce University, the students in my faculty liked to have some drinks in the area, gather to chat and play together in the evening. But we didn’t just play. We got together to study, recite and tutor one another. But it was like tutoring while drinking at the same time (laugh). It made our friendship firmly established because it made us know ourselves and our duties because we were still college students in education age. You might have seen us having fun or partying day by day but we never forgot our study. There were some of those times when we got home a little late but it was because we were together reading books, doing homework, or completing reports to submit to the professors. After that, we got together again in the evening to drink.

But I would like to say straightforwardly that I was not good at studying. Sometimes I didn’t even know that the professors required us to submit reports to accumulate some points. I couldn’t recall. I could only remember the examination dates. Fortunately, I had good friends who tutored me. With that said, I should give credits to my friends for the diploma I received. When I graduated and was about to get the diploma, I told my friends, “Hey! Accept the diploma for me. I give it to you (laugh).” I think even though I have become someone well known and no matter how famous I am, I still very much need to know my responsibilities. For me at the time, my responsibility was to study along with work with determination at the same time. Allocating time accordingly would be good.”

Because he “aims” so he implements. Because he “strives” so he succeeds. Therefore, the Pholdee family now has this new graduate named “Jesdaporn Pholdee.”

(to be continued in the next issue)
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Re: เวทีชีวิต...เจษฎาภรณ์ ผลดี

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Re: เวทีชีวิต...เจษฎาภรณ์ ผลดี

Postby praveya » Sun Mar 04, 2012 2:36 pm

[Translation by A Fan from USA of the clip posted by Khun Ploy above]

Source: TV POOL, issue and date unknown

JESDAPORN PHOLDEE

Stage of Life…Theater of Life

Chapter 6


This world is a big theater of drama. Men and women are like the characters coming and going as well. One person may be standoffish variously…

And the theater of life for this man “Jesdaporn Pholdee” was about to start fully-fledged in the role of an “actor” from when it used to be both that and a role of a “student” simultaneously. So he was one in a hundred able to get into the celebrity whirlpool after having just passed the life in the boundary of higher education recently.

“After I have already graduated and received the bachelor degree, I turned and gave more time to work. I had time to fully work so I was committed to the acting from when I used to have to study and work at the same time. That would be the filming of the movie “2499 the Gangsters Take Over the City” [from the translator: This movie is internationally known as “Dang Bireley’s & Young Gangsters.” The name given here is translated verbatim from the name of the movie in Thai] of Thai Entertainment with P’Oui (Nontree Nimitbut) as the director [from the translator: P’ is pronounced “pee.” It is used to respectfully address someone somewhat older such as an older brother or sister]. I was very glad to be able to work with him.

In truth, I had other jobs proposed to me before I accepted a role in “2499 the Gangsters Take Over the City”. But I held to my principle in that it must be a role I want to play and none I did among the jobs proposed. Once I was in the 3rd and 4th year, there were the movies ‘Destiny Upside Down’ and ‘303 Fear Faith Revenge’ from the same company. In addition, I had to film the movie ‘The Iron Ladies’ when I was close to graduation. Therefore, my friends were able to stop to rest or travel when there were no classes but I had no chance to rest like the rest of them. It was a really tough life. Oh! What a sad life! (laugh) Suppose there were classes on Mon-Wed-Fri but I had to film a movie on Tue-Thurs-Sat so I was doubly fatigued more than the rest of my friends. Tiredness times two. I admit the fatigue sometimes caused me to be distracted. But like I said, it was good that I had friends helping me out.

There was a TV series ‘Soda and Iced Tea’ after that. When I first got in [to the celebrity circle], I did not think about acting in a drama. But once there were people proposing this one, I watched the dramas made by them. From not having never watched TV series, but once I felt okay with their drama direction, I accepted it. However, when I knew I had to play a role of ‘Pattaya’ who was a playboy, I didn’t know how a playboy was. I just knew the definition of playboy which was a man enjoying women. Women who see him love him or are crazy about him. But usually when I see women at the filming set, I would just greet them like ‘Hello. How do you do?’ However, I was observant of women during that time. I did not look at them like normal but would look deep inside from what they said. I was happy to talk to them. I was almost dead getting through that. Luckily, the director told me to learn acting with master ‘Aeo—Ornchuma’ so I managed to survive.”

Some people may think good actors usually have talents in their blood. However, for this man’s thought, it is only 1% in life at most for the word “talent”. The 99% left is diligence and perseverance to get what one intends to. So “genius” does not mean someone with talents.

“For me, people who can succeed are not those born with capability or immense wealth. Success for me has to do with diligence and determination to work. No one is adept from birth. Even if they are masterful but if not industrious, they will not be able to fight with someone assiduous.

Some people say talent has to do with it. But I don’t have a lot of talent myself. Like I said, I am not profusely good or capable. Not only not being good at it, but I am also the type that has to read the lines repeatedly. However, I rely on conviction and confidence that, uh, I must do well, I must be able to do it.”

Although self-confidence is the first door to lead us to success, but in Tik’s life, he has the Pholdee family as his background behind the scene. This is like gusts of warm wind that strengthen his wings and ready him to fly into the circle of the maya world.

“My home is a small place with my grandma, dad, mom, and us the 3 boys, Tik, Tun and Tong. My father used to be really fierce and we have a no-maid policy to do the housework. Dad and mom teach all of us to each lend our hands to do it like cleaning the house and washing the dishes. We used to be really lazy and thought why we had to do it. We were still children and we wanted to go out to play with friends. Dad teaches us to fix old furniture to make them look new, take the screens out to clean, and paint the house. We don’t have to hire people to do these things at home, except electrical work because we don’t know how to do it.

Not only those, dad is also meticulous and has some harsh penalties for his children. For example, we get a slap if we don’t talk with a dulcet tone or not end our tone of voice with ‘yes, sir’. He teaches us all the time and does it himself as an example. If dad teaches us not to do something, he would not do it himself. I love my dad, my mom, and my grandparents. We are a rather straightforward family. We don’t harbor evil thoughts for anyone. I like my last name a lot. We can say if I didn’t have the family ‘Pholdee’, my dad and mom, like I do, there may not have been ‘Jesdaporn Pholdee’ like who you see today. So I have to give credit to my family.”

A Greek philosopher once said “Keep doing the good deeds and add the vigor of love for yourself often so that your life is full of happiness.” This man has been exhorted from the hearts of the people in his family so we have a superstar named “Jesdaporn Pholdee” standing in the front row like today.

(to be continued in the next issue)

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Postby ploynploy » Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:46 pm

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เวทีชีวิต...โชคชะตาของชายคนหนึ่ง
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Re: เวทีชีวิต...เจษฎาภรณ์ ผลดี

Postby praveya » Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:33 am

[Translation by A Fan from USA of the clip posted by Khun Ploy above]

Source: TV POOL, issue and date unknown

JESDAPORN PHOLDEE

Stage of Life…The Fate of a Man

Chapter 7


Predestination catalyzes an invisibly imprisoning rope for each person. But the person’s heart is the determinant of what his identifiable rope is. For some people, the rope may be fortune, rank and fame. For others, it may be assets, money and gold. However, the rope fastening the life and soul of this man “Jesdaporn Pholdee,” is “work.”

Because in the abyss of his imagination, he sometimes feels fame, assets, money and gold may become a trammel impregnably enslaving him till he is unable to wriggle free.

“Since the time immemorial, no matter if it is a movie or a drama I have taken a role in, I never hope to be renowned or more or less famous because I have an occupation for-hire. My job is to make the viewers happy so I intend to deliver work of quality rather than quantity. The audience will consume good things and continuously want to follow up my workmanship because of the quality undertaking.

I think quite a great deal each time before I accept any job and fortunately in my life, there are often people offering me a variety of things. I admit I very much deplore having to choose one and letting go of the other comparably good things. However, I stick to my principle and adhere to my own liking as the basis for selecting my jobs because it makes me feel happy every time I go to the filming set. It makes me want to read the lines frequently and repeatedly like you can say it is a motivation.”

There is nothing coming by easily and nothing too hard for our volitation to bring. So “Tik” relies on the word “practice” as an incantation he kept in mind all these times.

“I think I was stiff in the beginning because I was still shy and did not let things come out completely. It was like there was a barrier but I was getting used to it once I had taken more roles and knew what my barrier was. I then eliminated that and this made me able to do better in a role. The directors allow me to act freely these days because of how I am able to do the jobs.

The directors allow me to change my lines if they sometimes are incongruous with me but we have to talk about it first. I have to perform naturally as if I were in my daily life. However, I do not practice in front of a mirror. I think practicing in front of a mirror is wrong because it is like practicing making a face. The directors teach me that playing a role in a drama or whatever else is not like producing a posture but rather performing right out of the heart.”

His life has tasted several flavors both from the joy of dramas on glass screens and the challenges of mayas on films because of “fate.”

“I took a role in a movie by Uncle Bhandit Ritdhakohn entitled “Satang” after a TV series. This role changed drastically from a playboy in a drama to Mr. Rabou, a naïve and impoverished young man living in an ally of a house of vegetarian. He was always giving and sacrificing. He even gave up his last meal to someone else. [From the translator: It is customary and considered respectful in the Thai culture to address someone significantly older with various titles such as aunt or uncle even though they are not blood relatives.]

After that, the Poly Plus Company of P’Nid—Aorapan contacted me to take a role as His Serene Highness Prince Poj Preecha in the TV series “Prissana” and to pair up with Taya. I read the role and was immediately okay with it but I doubted it in the beginning because my personality was not like that at all. I came from the movie “Satang” and the role was that of a hyperactive person so I had to completely change my character. Moreover, I had never seen an image of or having been a royalty. I didn’t know how being a royalty or living a life in a palace was. I had to do a lot of homework in terms of mannerism, walking, and talking. Even though I had never experienced that way of living before, I had to find a way to learn as quickly as possible. I frequently watched the news of the court as my way of learning.

This series caused me to have to prepare myself a lot. I was like a prince at all time during that time no matter if it was talking, posturing, walking, or ending the tone of voice with “kha.” [From the translator: “Kha” is a word generally used by a lady to end each sentence in a polite form of Thai speech. Men usually use “krab” to politely end each sentence. However, some Thai men use “kha” with young ladies or girls to show gentleness. It appears “Prissana” was the first TV series that Tik was known for talking in such a manner and he has continued to talk that way in real life with young ladies. It is quite his signature speech not seen in other actors.] You could say I was a prince 24 hours a day. I would use rather ancient language when I was home like incorporating a simulation of a drama into my real life (laugh). My family would be a little muddled at that time but I was like that from the time I played the role in ‘2499 The Gangster Take Over the City’. I was fierce and brutal, not at all gentle, a bit like a gangster. Therefore, the ways Dang Bireley and Prince Poj ate were different but I felt the audience loved me more from “Prissana” because the people in the previous generation knew the drama and loved Prince Poj a lot. It gave me the first chance to work with Poly Plus. [From the translator: This movie is internationally known as “Dang Bireley’s & Young Gangsters.” The name given here is translated verbatim from the name of the movie in Thai.]

I used to watch the series when I was a child when P’Nok—Chatchai played that role. I knew he did a very good job so a lot of people were interested to know how ‘the Prince Poj of the year 2000’ would be. However, I did not want to compare them because they were from different eras and team works with different perspectives. I liked it a lot once the series came out. It looked very classic. [From the translator: P’ (pronounced “pee”) is used to respectfully address someone somewhat older like a brother or a sister.]

The thing that was very difficult for me when I played the role of Prince Poj was my spoken English. I had to practice for a long time. However, there were not a lot of English dialogues and the director tried to avoid them because he knew I didn’t have the skills. Fortunately, I met an English person the day I filmed this scene and he taught me the pronunciation so I could speak a little. If I had to speak English too much, it would have come across as pretending. It would have been ill-flavored in addition to forcing my heart. It would have been like lying to the audience who would know I was not good at speaking English. However, I liked it because I got to learn what I didn’t know and keep it as an impressive and unforgettable experience.”

Past experiences will always be valuable if we do not forget them and these experiences will never be rusty in the heart of this “Prince Poj Preecha” forever.

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เวทีชีวิต...ความผูกพักระหว่างเขากับ(...) ฯลฯ
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Postby praveya » Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:14 pm

[Translation by A Fan from USA of the clip posted by Khun Ploy above]

Source: TV POOL, issue and date unknown

JESDAPORN PHOLDEE

Stage of Life…The Attachment Between Him and (….), etc.

Chapter 8


Fate is like an invisible trammel not seen by the naked eyes. However, sometimes the trammel bonds unrelated people together such as in the life of this man, “Jesdaporn Pholdee,” when many times he met and developed the ties to several people.

“I met P’Pon (Nipon Phewnain) from my first TV series ‘Soda and Iced Tea” and he is regarded as the first director I worked with. I learned a lot from him and we are quite close. He is a director I feel we can understand each other when we talk so when I take a role of a series from this camp, I ask for him to be the director every time. He knows what he wants, how, and what direction he wants the series turn out to be. Therefore, a director could be very helpful. He is the person to control a series to get it into a favorable direction and that is why he is called a director. [From the translator: P’ (pronounced “pee”) is used to respectfully address someone somewhat older such as an older brother or sister.]

For instance, I was able to work with him again in the series ‘Tawan Tad Burapa (The Sun Facing Off the East)’ soon after I completed the filming of Prissana. I had to change my personality to the extreme from an immaculate, gentle, mellow, and wise prince to a very action-filled character. Actually, P’Pon and I talked about this series before I accepted the role. He asked me one day to tell him whatever role and style I wanted to play. He said I had got it and I was immediately fascinated. I managed to present the zestful and action-filled role I wanted to play. However, action only was not gratified enough for me. This had got to be a very evil person. I wanted to totally shred the type of roles I used to play. He said okay, he would arrange it for me.”

Because this route has been stroked with both his own hands, Tik has usually run into things he is attached to in his mind along both sides of the path.

“Not long after that, he wrote a plot with the points I wanted. The initial plot was to have me and P’Tang (Saksit Tangthong) be close friends. However, we later thought again that the conflicts between friends would not be as intense as those of siblings. Is it like a series from Hong Kong when you listen to this (laugh)? But the plot originated from what P’Tang, the director and I talked about together so we’d got ‘Tawan Tad Burapa’ like what you saw.

In the beginning P’Pon advised not to be an entirely 100% evil person. Lets just be bad because there were some reasons for that like there were motivations to cause him to do bad things. Like he was a good person but there were events led him to do what he did from the ire and the angst. However, he had another angle deep down inside, an angle of love, an action for love (laugh). In the series, I was in love with Pim (Pimmada Boriraksuppakorn).

I think the story line made Burapa pitiful. I admit the series was very intense and the response was unexpectedly very good. I flipped the script to the extreme from ‘Prince Poj’ to ‘Burapa’, a shooting mafia. I think both ‘Prince Poj’ and ‘Burapa’ are men with exceedingly clear characters. You can just see them through on what type of people they are. The scripts were really challenging my capability.”

From a layman to someone at the sky-scraping zenith in the whirlpool of maya today, there certainly will be the eyes of many people gladly looking up to see his smile just once so there are a lot of lives willingly abide by him as a “role model” in their minds all these times.

“A role model? Hmm! (Thinking gesture) Probably not to that point. I am not really an example. I have been this way for a long time and never thought everyone would conform. But I think some of the things I have done please some people so I am turned into a hero sometimes. However, I am not positioning myself. I have walked in the middle path for a long time and never thought I am an actor. I am not concerned with that, just comfortably being me, more like Tik style (a loud laugh).

I am lucky and glad to meet people who are good to me such as brothers, sisters, aunts, and uncles who appreciate me. There are a lot of fans often following me to the filming set to give me moral support. I think it is better for them to have an interest in this rather than being addicted to drugs or roaming about. Better to be at the filming set so they can see the work we do and learn a lot from there. However, I think everyone has both good and bad. There is no one perfect in all things. Actors are ordinary people with good and bad perspectives. However, the important thing is what perspective we will choose to modify so we benefit from it the most. Therefore when I give an interview, I like to give my standpoints and viewpoints that are good for people. You will notice that I usually talk about my home, family, and the stories of my granny because she raised me from the time I was a child. The listeners can think along once they hear those.

I admit I am a bit old-fashioned in a variety of things. I think the new fashion sometimes is good but I usually weigh and compare for myself between the old and the new thoughts to see which one is better to use in daily life.”

Just like there is no straight tree in the middle of the forest, there is nobody perfect in the world full of people. It depends on our own decision if we want to send the branches of a tree out to expose to the sunshine or choose to bend and sink them into the earth.

(to be continued in the next issue)

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Postby praveya » Tue Mar 06, 2012 2:05 pm

[Translation by A Fan from USA of the clip posted by Khun Ploy above]

Source: TV POOL, issue and date unknown

JESDAPORN PHOLDEE

Stage of Life…The Things Remembered

Chapter 9

If we know how to use “determination” to open the door so we can see “happiness” and “work” takes us across the threshold to the word “success”, we will get the “happiness from work” as a crown adorned for the endeavor.

This young man with the expressive eyes, “Jesdaporn Pholdee”, has given his whole heart so he works without feeling that “work” is a “duty” but “work “ is “a kind of happiness” he receives from his perseverance.

“I think being an actor is the best thing for as long as I have been in this circle. Life is full of flavors because I get to do what I never did. I get to change myself from this role to that and develop myself along with the style of the stories. We don’t just get up and ride a horse or play tennis. In reality, we cannot just close this road and that but we can do it in acting. We can just hold a gun and shoot one another in the middle of the streets. I can change to this style and that. Without warning, people call me His Highness, mayor, or whatever which I would probably not have had a chance to do, wouldn’t I (laugh)?”

While the world is whetting itself into shape naturally, “Tik” has never stopped sculpting his dreams to make them come true by obtaining various experiences to fulfill the records of his life often.

“From ‘Tawan Tad Burapa (The Sun Faces Off the East)’, I went to the same home which was Poly Plus again. I took a role in the TV series ‘Wang Waree (Waree Palace)’ and this time I paired up with ‘Nat Myria’. Nat and I never paired up together in a series and we just met in this drama. Actually, I always paired up with different leading actresses in the series I took part in. It was the first time for us working together every time. Uh! There was ‘Nui—Sujira’ who was the only person I paired up with twice. I will tell you that later. Lets talk about ‘Wang Waree’ first. When I saw the script of ‘Bhadol’, the leading male character in this series, I think he was a man whose character was difficult to figure out. ‘Bhadol’ was just neutral with no fixed pattern therefore it was like I was using a real life of that person to play this role. The leading male character in this series was an owner of an island. He was not the type of man like ‘Burapa’ in ‘Tawan Tad Burapa’ and not deliberate like ‘HSH Prince Poj Preecha’ in the series ‘Prissana’ so I felt the script was challenging.

From ‘Bhadol’, the island owner, to ‘Mayor Cholchart’ in ‘Tok Kardai Hua Jai Ploy Jone (Falling Down the Stairs and Getting the Serendipitous Love)’ of the same Poly Plus Camp of Channel 3. I paired up with ‘Maam—Kathaleeya McIntosh’ who was quite a tall leading actress in this series. Good thing, I was taller but taller or not was another story (laugh). I might wear shoes with thick heels and she would wear them with low heels. We had to accommodate just that. I think the managers have already thought through if the person pairing up with me in a series would be suitable. It would not be so suitable if they pair me up with a leading actress taller than me. I was a bit uncomfortable with Maam in the beginning because her images in the past were more like a princess style. But we became close once we played the roles together.”

Between “maya images” and “real life” sometimes they are as close as just separated by a thread. “Tik” often has this type of thoughts impressed in his heart.

“There were people asking me what techniques I have to get into the role of each series. I told them I didn’t have any techniques because I think it really is not a technique. In a life of a person, he would meet people with variety of characters just like acting. It is like relaying the real life image of that person. It depends on what characters we read the scripts for.

I usually have to do several takes, no matter if those were normal or love scenes. But my love scenes were usually not violent. The directors have never asked me to play a ferocious love scene all these times. It was not because I would not accept the role but because they could not have much more in TV series, just sniff, kiss or hug at the most.

But when I kiss, I kiss for real. If this is in the script for the acting, I would talk to the director first to see which scene is serious with intense love and which scene kissing on the cheek is enough. It is not like love scene in every scene and I usually talk to the leading actress first if hugging or kissing this much is okay. If she is not happy or does not want the kiss, I would not force her. But mostly the professional actresses would say it is not a problem because it is just acting, not real life. But I have to be considerate because she is a woman.”

Several roles and several styles he was given have always been engraved in his heart every step of the way even though the hands of a clock never trace back.

“Normally I remember important scenes in each series I have taken part in. And every time the thing that follows is my heart being in my mouth like I can’t tell when I have to change myself to take other roles next. I recall when we were about to end the filming, I felt hot and cold like I was possessed by something. For example, I loved the character named ‘Burapa’ and the people I played the role with so I wanted the series to go on without ending. I did not want the finale of the series but I knew it was certainly impossible. I was very sad for a long time to the point I talked to the director that I loved Burapa very much and I did not want to leave him. The director told me it had to be like that. We would keep good memories of him in our brain but I could not be him anymore. Oh!...Very sad to listen to, isn’t it?”

Memories may be just the “things that pass by with no value” for some people. But for others, they are a school of life with no end to learning as long as we know how to look.

(to be continued in the next issue)


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