Wild Boars may well need saving again

Wild Boars may well need saving again

I thought we could let it rest, but apparently the post-rescue drama of the 13 cave survivors is here to stay. On Wednesday, the 13 Wild Boars members were put on stage in a live broadcast, a 6pm state-run slot usually reserved for military propaganda.

On Thursday, it was revealed that at least five foreign film producers have contacted the authorities about a possible film project based on the Tham Luang cave saga.

To ensure order, a national committee will be set up to review any film projects involving the Wild Boars. The government is reportedly considering making its own film, too.

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Kong Rithdee

Bangkok Post columnist

Kong Rithdee is a Bangkok Post columnist. He has written about films for 18 years with the Bangkok Post and other publications, and is one of the most prominent writers on cinema in the region.


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