Tong receives injuries and they begin a friendship.
Mew plays on his late grandpa's piano and is joined by his grandma, who begins to play an old Chinese song.
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Another Bangkok Post commentator, Nattakorn Devakula, said the film contained important lessons for Thai society.
"The point that the film attempts to teach viewers – and a largely conservative Thai society – is that love is an evolved form of emotional attachment that transcends sexual attraction of the physical form." A few critics found fault with the film, among them Gregoire Glachant of BK magazine, who commented that "The Love of Siam isn't a very well shot movie.
The film was officially released in Taiwan on September 19, 2008, Japan on May 20, 2009, and in Singapore on July 16, 2009. Bangkok Post film critic Kong Rithdee called the film "groundbreaking", in terms of being the first Thai film "to discuss teenagers' sexuality with frankness".
He praised the mature, realistic family drama aspects of the film, as well as the solid performances, particularly by Sinjai Plengpanich as the mother Sunee.
Tong then tells Mew, "I can't be your boyfriend, but that doesn't mean I don't love you." Marketed as a typical teen romance between boys and girls, the gay aspect of the love story was controversial.