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On a chance encounter, a disenchanted architect bumps into his long-lost elephant on the streets of Bangkok. Excited, he takes his elephant on a journey across Thailand, in search of the farm where they grew up together.... (Full plot summary below)

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On a chance encounter, a disenchanted architect bumps into his long-lost elephant on the streets of Bangkok. Excited, he takes his elephant on a journey across Thailand, in search of the farm where they grew up together.

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The Straits Times (Singapore) - 9/10 by John Lui It is the storytelling that makes this work stand apart.
Cinemalogue.com - 9/10 by Todd Jorgenson The sharply observed screenplay adeptly balances gentle humor and poignancy in a contemplative examination of loneliness, aging, mortality and regret.
The Hollywood Reporter - 9/10 by Sheri Linden Loneliness, alienation, the ache of nostalgia and the everyday absurdity of life infuse every encounter in the unconventional road trip.
The Playlist - 8/10 by Kevin Jagernauth Playing out as a hybrid of Planes, Trains & Automobiles and the Simpsons episode Bart Gets An Elephant with arthouse sensibilities, Tan populates the picture with an eclectic array of characterful encounters.
San Francisco Examiner - 8/10 by Anita Katz Pop Aye, the feature debut of writer-director Kirsten Tan, is a conventionally structured road tale with sparkling character interactions and a delightful variation on the concept of man's best friend.
Washington Post - 8/10 by Christopher Kompanek As Thana, Warakulnukroh radiates a sense of unadorned humanity, coupling a sense of being lost with the desire to be of service.
Mark Reviews Movies - 8/10 by Mark Dujsik [W]riter/director Kirsten Tan's debut feature [is] a bittersweet story about the inescapable lure of the past, as well as that lure's benefits and hazards.
Los Angeles Times - 8/10 by Kenneth Turan Watching the elephant work the room, so speak, interacting magisterially with all and sundry, is always a treat.
The Film Stage - 8/10 by Mike Mazzanti A film that is heartwarming in its human-to-animal gaze, and yet crushing in its understanding of a human’s flaws.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by Katie Rife Pop Aye is a standard, if well-made, indie road trip dramedy. But, you know, with an elephant.
Bangkok Post - 8/10 by Kong Rithdee Pop Aye is gentle and playful, and Tan engages us throughout.
Indiewire - 8/10 by Michael Nordine Pop Aye never dips into cutesiness or sentimentality, even when you might find yourself wishing it would; it’s less a big-top circus and more a low-key character study.

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