[Official Trailer] "The Library" (English Subtitle)
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The official trailer of "The Library" a short film by Mono Music.
Starring Ananda Everingham, Selina Woramon Wiesmann and Niti Chaichitatorn
- Synopsis -
"Jim" falls in love with "Ann" who works at a library at first sight. The only obstacle for his love is the library's rule - "Keep Quiet." So he writes down his feeling for her in the books he borrows. Unfortunately, Ann never realizes what he does until one day she accidentally sees his messages but Jim doesn't show up at the library anymore with unknown reasons.
How will this love end - in laughter or tears? Find out in "The Library"
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[scene opens inside of a library, as "Talking about library, what would you think about?" appears on screen]
[cut to someone pulling a copy of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" off the shelf]
[cut to a closeup of a date stamp reading "01 Sep 2013"]
["Reading?" appears on screen]
[cut to a closeup of a book, as someone turns the page]
["The best sleeping pill?" appears on screen]
[cut to a young female librarian (long brown hair, beige sweater, white blouse, black pants) with her head down on the table]
["Or discovering love ... !?" appears on screen]
[cut to the librarian looking at a male patron, as he smiles]
["Mono Music, Super Uber Film" appears on screen]
[cut to a closeup of the librarian placing a nametag on her sweater (with "Anne, Library Staff" written in English)]
[cut to the librarian carrying a stack of books through the library]
[cut to the librarian and her flamboyantly gay male friend watching the male patron]
BOY: [translated] You don't know if you will ever see him again. Why don't you ask for his number?
ANN: [translated] You have to return books when you borrow them, right?
[the friend throws up his hands and backs away]
BOY: [translated] Ohhh, definitely!
[cut to the friend signaling to the librarian outside of the library]
BOY: [translated] Hurry up, hurry up!
[cut to the librarian and her friend watching the patron read a book]
ANN: [translated] Sis, how do I look?
BOY: [translated] Oh, you're as white as a sheet ... too freaking pale!
[the librarian's smile disappears, as she takes a compact mirror out of her purse and looks at herself]
BOY: [translated] You might wanna put on your lipstick, hun.
[cut to several shots from the film, which ends with another woman walking up to the patron in slow motion]
ANN: [translated] They could be just friends.
BOY: [translated] Probably not ... I would even want to marry a girl like her.
["In the silent thought" appears on screen]
["There is a hidden love" appears on screen]
["Sometimes we wish we could think out loud" appears on screen]
[cut to more shots from the film, which ends as the camera slowly zooms in on a sign featuring a cartoon hand placing a finger over a large pair of cartoon lips (with "Quiet Please" written in English)]
Let's find "Love" between the lines together.
29 August, 5.00 PM
The Library (2012)
How do you woo a woman in a library where talking is frowned upon? Jim (Ananda Everingham) begins to frequent his local library after he becomes smitten with the beautiful librarian, Ann (Selina Wiesmann), who works there. Unable to talk freely, Jim tries to woo her by leaving her notes inside of the library books he borrows. But when Ann finds the notes only after Jim stops coming to the library, will it be too late? "The Library" is a 2014 Thai short film.
Libraries are generally where people go to read, study and gain knowledge or information. But in the new short film The Library, it becomes a setting for a romantic story.
In The Library, Jim (Ananda Everingham) visits a library often because he has fallen for a beautiful librarian named Ann, played by 21-year-old model and actress Selina Wiesmann (Se). Because they meet in the library where they have to stay quiet, Jim tries to communicate with Ann by leaving messages in books.
The 20-minute film is due to be released on Mono Group websites and YouTube on August 29.
Student Weekly recently met up with Se at our office to chat about her first lead acting role and her work on the TV sports show, Sanae Geela (Charm of Sport).
Student Weekly: Do you enjoy reading in real life?
Se: I enjoy reading various kinds of fiction books, from fantasy to mystery and crime. I used to like Sophie Kinsella's books like Confessions of a Shopaholic, but she doesn't release books very often these days.
Student Weekly: Did your experience working in TV ads and on Charm of Sport help you to act in The Library?
Se: Yes. Those experiences helped me get used to the cameras, so I didn't feel nervous when they were filming.
Student Weekly: How do you feel about your first leading role?
Se: I'm thrilled. I did whatever I could to make the film as good as possible.
Student Weekly: Did you have to adjust yourself much to play the librarian character?
Se: Ann is similar to me because she's quiet, but she also has a sense of humour. I had to get used to the funny scenes because I'd never tried comedy before. I learned about getting the timing right for a gag.
Student Weekly: What was it like working with Ananda?
Se: I'd worked with him before in the movie Happy Birthday, as well as on a TV commercial. He's a nice, down-to-earth person. Watching him working professionally is a great way to learn about acting. Ananda is a great actor. I wish I could be as good as him!
Student Weekly: How do you feel about leaving messages in books like Jim does in the film?
Se: It's very romantic, but it's the kind of idea that could fail if you didn't plan it well.
Student Weekly: Do you have a favourite scene in the film?
Se: I like the scenes where I act with Pompam, who plays my co-worker in the library. He's so hilarious. I had a great time working with him.
Student Weekly: Where there any difficult scenes?
Se: The emotional scenes were tough, especially the crying scenes. It didn't take me long to cry because the script is very sad, but I had to work on the same scenes many times so that they could film from different angles. My eyes were swollen after crying so much.
Student Weekly: Since you work on a sports show, do you have a favourite sport?
Se: Because of Charm of Sport, I meet many athletes and have the opportunity to try lots of different sports. I recently tried Kendo, the Japanese martial art. It was interesting to learn about its history.
Student Weekly: Why should everybody check out The Library online?
Se: If you like romance, comedy and drama, you will like this movie!