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Thai ghost film remake appeals with funny twist

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BANGKOK (AP) — Thais' deep affection for ghost stories and laughter has brought a new phenomenon to movie theaters — comic touches added to an oft-told tragedy of true love, which have made the latest adaptation of the Mae Nak legend into the all-time highest-grossing Thai film. "Pee Mak Phra Khanong" is based on folklore about the ghost of a woman who died in childbirth and the...

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