The Teacher’s Diary is a beautiful heart warming romantic comedy movie directed and written by Nithiwat Tharathorn. This is a Thai movie. This is a film captured through beautiful pictures, full of different experiences of extraordinary teaching. You too can travel through the movie as these characters from the beginning to the end.
Two people who have never seen each other get to know each other in a diary and fall in love. A young man named Song gets a job as a school teacher, he has to work in a rural area near a beautiful lake, and while city life has given him all the comforts, he is greeted by a rural environment with no electricity, internet, or phone in the village. The school was housed in a houseboat in the middle of the lake. Song gets a lot of experience in that small school with only a few children. Meanwhile, he gets his hands on her diary written by Ann, a former teacher who used to work there. Later, through that diary, he gets to know the possibilities of that school and Anne. Papers take him to new heights of love. It is a very simple and beautifully captured film with jokes and seriousness.
That school in the middle of the lake will take us to the depths of beauty. The excellent editing and cinematography have made this movie feel like enjoying a painting without getting tired, it cannot be said. This is a film that proves that you can live and work by finding possibilities in any situation. This film says that education is not just for grades, it is a way of knowing and experiencing everything around you. To know how two people fall in love without seeing each other and whether they will be together, you have to watch the movie and travel through them. Each and every scene of the film will catch your eye without getting tired. This film has a limited screening only at GSC (Gurney Plaza, 1 Utama, Mid Valley, Pavillion KL) in Malaysia.