“You” and “Me” are identical twins studying in middle school. They are mirror images of each other and most people can’t tell them apart. The only distinguishable feature is that Me has a tiny mole under her eye. The twins use their resemblance to their advantage whether it be taking turns eating buffets for the price of one, paying for one seat at a movie but sitting in two, or taking each other’s phone calls from boys they don’t fancy. You and Me are so close to one another to the point that they share every aspect of life with each other. However, shocking news comes their way--their parents are contemplating divorce. The twins are sent to spend the summer at grandma’s in the countryside while mom and dad work things out. There they just happen to meet up with their school mate Mark, who has a crush on one of them but can’t tell them apart… yet. Love triangle shenanigans ensue as the girls have to face up to their own identities and confront the feelings of first love together. This charmingly insightful directorial debut by real-life twins Weawwan and Wanweaw Hongvivatana puts a buoyantly ironic spin on summer romance.



Wanweaw Hongvivatana, Weawwan Hongvivatana


Banjong Pisanthanakun


Thitiya Jirapornsilp, Anthony Buisseret


Kritsada Nakagate