“M” Sawangsuk murdered 9 people as a hitman. He was sentenced to 13 years and 6 months in jail. Now he has been set free and works as a professional boxer
“If you just pause for one moment, and take a 360-degree look, you could encounter incredible stories behind the anonymous faces that are passing by.
Massive metropolis are expanding all over our planet. Millions of people cross paths in growing mega cities that increasingly govern how the majority of human beings interact and live in the 21st century.
360 Metropolis uses 360 cameras to tell the stories of anonymous urban dwellers, who, despite being only one among millions, have something to share.
All kinds of people coexist in the growing mega-cities: villains and heroes, ordinary human beings trying to make a living, individuals struggling to find themselves, to find love, motivation and inspiration, or simply surviving in a jungle of concrete and asphalt.”
i admitted this huge 360 city creation, dubbed deep and rich with many hidden rare lives. the question is how deep and rich flavors?
how rare that Bangkok could be named as a unique unseen scene.
“One of the Bangkok team took 6 years in coming across, getting up close to and to introduce the deep richness of what lies beneath this growing urban city. While the city is monotonic in trying to adjust to the new shape of itself deeper down we have found the hidden rare life of a “THAI HITMAN”
“M” Sawangsuk, which means ‘search for happiness’ in Thai, 36, murdered 9 people as a hitman. He was sentenced to 13 years and 6 months in jail. Now he has been set free and works as a professional boxer. This is his story in 360.
story shared by 360 Metropolis