Pasika finds out that her father has a mistress next to her mother. To escape from the truth, she departs to an island and start to work as farmer for a pearl production farm. During her work, she meets anupong who loves her like she is her own daughter. When Anupong's ex-wife together with Techin arrives, trouble is about to start as his ex-wife accuses Pasika for having an affair with him.
Runtime: 95 minutes
Sea of Fire - Lake of fire - Netflix
A lake of fire appears, in both ancient Egyptian and Christian religion, as a place of after-death destruction of the wicked. The phrase is used in four verses of the Book of Revelation. Such a lake also appears in Plato's Phaedo, explicitly identified with Tartarus, where the souls of the wicked are tormented until it is time for them to be reborn, and where some souls are left forever. The image was also used by the Early Christian Hippolytus of Rome in about the year 200 and has continued to be used by modern Christians. Related is Jewish Gehenna which, among other things, like hell, is a valley near Jerusalem where trash was burned.
Sea of Fire - "Sea of fire" in the twentieth century - Netflix
The Catholic Portuguese visionary Lúcia Santos reported that the Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Fatima) had given her a vision of Hell as a sea of fire: “Our Lady showed us a great sea of fire which seemed to be under the earth. Plunged in this fire were demons and souls in human form, like transparent burning embers, all blackened or burnished bronze, floating about in the conflagration, now raised into the air by the flames that issued from within themselves together with great clouds of smoke, now falling back on every side like sparks in a huge fire, without weight or equilibrium, and amid shrieks and groans of pain and despair, which horrified us and made us tremble with fear.”
Sea of Fire - References - Netflix