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The little mermaid playfully swims and frolics with the adorable sea horses, the red crab that enjoys pulling at her cheeks, the ink-squirting cuttlefish and the fishes. In the water, she moves with ease using her flippers…but when she opens her eyes again, she is a small girl in a wheelchair, smiling down at a seahorse, a crab and a cuttlefish toy in the bathtub. This is a lovely animated film that introduces a rather depressing situation as a charming, delightful tale. (Billy Choi)
Primprapa WungpichayasukPrimprapa Wungpichayasuk
Graduated from the Fine Arts department in Silpakorn University. She has directed 7 short animations so far, including The Fool Dog (2001) which won the Special Jury Prize and Payut Prize of Thai Anima and the Vichitmatra Award at the 7th Thai Short Film & Video Festival.