A pair of detective buddies from two different dimensions team up to solve a murder that took place half a century ago. One of them is Adhiti, a grade-12 high school student of a convent boarding school. The other is a spirit of a senior student of the school. Adhiti and the Senior take up the investigation in order to find the real murderer. They dig up evidence and locate witnesses, andalong the way, they encounter men, women, as well as vengeful spirits that try to stop them from finding out the truth. At the same time, Adhiti has to find out the true identity of her buddy: who’s the Senior? This is a film that will forever change your perception of ghosts.
"Senior" is a youthful, pop movie with the superhero that I do not regret any of the existence of surrealism in "pastel tones".
An original ghosts story in his own novel. An innovative Thai ghost story that recreates and reinvents an entire genre and age style to film as in the folklore of all cultures.
"Senior" can pack a sensory horror, with the sounds and "scents" of ghosts, their trails and nature. It incorporates a number of gothic and popular suggestions, scary cemeteries, detection, in the past, looking at the yellowed and old books, among the walls damp and flaking the historic houses, such as that of dark red with the inevitable body in a walled. ..
The ghostly presences distinguish between the "real", with a human and psychological depth, and those monstrous tunnel of horrors, those in the "Ghostbusters" style. The film shows an ever original imaginative power, and away from the clichés of the ghost genre story, now, in both Hollywood and the East, is largely garbage.
Also the romance wasn't really good, there were no good reasons given for the he both to fall in love so quickly + the hint to a happy end is very unfitting. How can they meet again? Why not explain it?
Well but the horror special effects were really creepy/digusting