Synopsis: Four years ago, Toey (Tonawanik Adisorn) spent a few days on vacation in Japan to recover from heartbreak. While he was there, he met a soon-to-be-married man named Oat (Kritsana Maroukasonti), with whom he had a passion-filled, but very short romance. After their fling, both Toey and Oat returned to their “real” lives. Oat got married and started a family. But a chance encounter between the two men at an airport catapults them back into emotional turmoil. To clear his head, Toey heads to a quiet retreat where he meets a Japanese traveler named Kenta (Ohmi Ryota). But even after all these years, neither Toey nor Oat can stop pining for each other, and this brief interaction has just reignited old passions. After a somewhat angry exchange of messages, Oat turns up at the retreat. Can Toey and Oat put the past behind them once and for all, or will the power of love be too strong for them to resist? This movie is the sequel to 2017’s “Present Perfect.” “Present Still Perfect” is a 2020 Thai movie that was written for the screen and directed by Aam Anusorn Soisa Ngim.