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Three stories of love are interwoven by writer and director O Nathapon in his first feature film. In 1999, Pakorn (Shahkrit Yanmarm) is a theater director who is having second thought about his career as well as his relationship with his lover Phon (Napaskorn Mit-Aim). Aware that they've been drifting apart, Pakorn gives Phon an ultimatum -- he's taking a trip to Chiang Mai, and if they don't meet at the same time and place when he returns, they're both free to move on. Elsewhere, author Arunya (Deuntem Salitul) is also traveling to Chiang Mai, and on the train she meets Krung (Suchao Pongvilai), a man she had a brief but passionate fling with many years ago. Shaken by the encounter, Arunya finds herself discussing the ups and downs of her love life with a stranger on the train -- Phon. And Pakorn begins work on a new production in Chiang Mai, a drama set in 1972 in which a young woman soon to be married (Sinitta Boonyasak) falls in love with another man -- the groom's best friend and best man (Krissada Sukosol Clapp). A Moment In June was screened in competition at the 2008 Pusan International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi