Making the Cut

See if you can spot anything offensive about the following scenes from Syndromes and a Century, the dreamy new $1.1 million movie by Thai director and Cannes 2004 Prix du Jury winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul: a Buddhist monk strums a battered guitar; two monks play with a remote-controlled flying saucer in a park; a doctor kisses his girlfriend in a locker room; a group of doctors share a bottle of whiskey in a hospital basement.

O.K., so the boozing and smooching docs might set a bad example for medical practitioners, but what's wrong...

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