The government censorship board will lift its ban on the documentary on Thai-Cambodia border conflicts if the dialogue in some scenes is muted, the film director said on Thursday.
Nontawat Numbenchapol, whose documentary Fah Tam Pan Din Soon or Boundary was stopped from being released commercially by the censorship board on Tuesday, said he was informed of the about-turn unofficially by phone.
According to him, the censorship board will lift the ban if he agrees to show some scenes without sound. One of the scenes is when a villager talked about His Majesty the King.
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