Till We Meet Again (2016 film)

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Till We Meet Again
Directed byBank Tangjaitrong
Written byJohan Matton
Screenplay byJohan Matton & Alix Purcell
Story byJohan Matton
Produced byJohan Matton
CinematographyLance Kuhns & Travis Bleen
Edited byMax Tersch
Music by Dexter Britain
  • Changing Film Productions
  • Dream It Productions
Distributed byFactory Film Studio
Release date
  • November 25, 2016 (2016-11-25)
Running time
101 minutes
  • United States
  • Thailand
  • English
  • Thai

Till We Meet Again is a romantic adventure drama film directed by Thai filmmaker Bank Tangjaitrong and starring Johan Matton, Linnea Larsdotter, Emrhys Cooper, and Vithaya Pansringarm. Tangjaitrong's feature film debut, it was written and produced by Johan Matton, who also has a lead role. It won awards at several film festivals, including the Audience and Jury prizes at the Long Beach International Film Festival. [1] [2] [3]



Erik is a young writer unhealthily dependent on his girlfriend Joanna. With their relationship on the brink, they travel to Thailand to try to fix what’s left of it, only to find themselves bitter and distant. Erik wanders through Thailand alone, battling his loneliness and his inability to take care of himself. Meanwhile, Joanna runs into and reconnects with her childhood friend, David. A chance encounter with three free-spirited backpackers opens up the world to Erik and changes his life.



Till We Meet Again premiered in selected US theaters and video on demand on November 25, 2016, [4] [5] [6]


Till We Meet Again received positive reviews. [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13]

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