Naphat Malikul (Prim)

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Naphat Malikul (Prim) is a film and book critic for online press in Thailand. She graduated from the Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University in philosophy major. Her writing pieces mainly focus on socio-cultural issues, philosophy, and humanities. She is also a co-founder of afterthescene.com, a blog for cinephiles.

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Emily in Paris: An exotic portrayal of the French from a modern coloniser

“I feel like Nicole Kidman in ‘Moulin Rouge’” That was how Emily Cooper, a young American marketeer described her feelings towards Paris: an exotic dreamland...

Moneyball: Is intuition the one thing that makes sports beautiful?

Looking from afar, Moneyball looks like a male-centric sport movie that teaches us about how baseball works. But looking more closely, it is a...

We are reproducing social hierarchy through “admiration”

I agree with Kim Taylor Foster on this statement: ““The Riot Club is a much darker social commentary than you might expect.” ...

Orange Is the New Black: should we laugh at women prisoners?

“I find it amusing as well as serious” – Thanyathon, a friend of mine gave out her opinion on Netflix’s TV series Orange is...

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