Best friends since high school, Win (Thiti Mahayotaruk), Fan (Pattie Ungsumalynn Sirapatsakmetha), Cheaw (Victor Chatchawit Techarukpong), King (Jomjam Suphitcha Subannaphong), and Yae (Best Nutthasit Kotimanuswanich) have a lifetime of memories they share. Growing up in Bangkok in the 1980s, these five friends have been through good times as well as bad, always relying on each other to help them through.
But even the closest of friends have their rough moments, especially when matters of the heart are concerned. Falling for Fang the moment he first laid eyes on her, Cheaw spent most of his high school life suffering in silence as he watched Win and Fang develop feelings for each other. After graduation, the group went their separate ways, with Win and Fang heading off to the same university, while Cheaw was bound for the UK.
Apart but never alone, the five friends set out on this new adventure, ready to take on all the challenges of this exciting new chapter in their lives. But nothing can prepare them for what lies ahead, especially when it comes to love. Popular on campus, Win soon finds himself dating one of the most beautiful girls on campus. Jealous of Win’s new girlfriend, Fang decides to retaliate the only way she knows how, by hanging out with one of the school’s most notorious playboys.
As if life for Fang wasn’t complicated enough, it’s Cheaw, not Win, who comes to her side when life gets hard. Hesitant to accept Cheaw’s help, Fang pushes him away, but her feelings for her life-long friend begin to change when fate causes their paths to cross during her time in France. With her heart in turmoil, Fang must decide if Cheaw is really the man she loves, or if Win is the one who’s always had her heart.
Adapted from the Chinese novel of the same name, by Jiu Ye Hui, “Fleet of Time” is a 2019 drama directed by Sakon Tiachareon.