He contributed regular columns for the Bangkok Post but had little time to write.
In a country where media censorship is common, the Bangkok Post portrays itself as being comparatively free.
The film proved popular, with the Bangkok Post stating it was "the movie everybody has been talking about".
The Bangkok Post acknowledged its lack of literary value but called it a good read.
Bangkok Post claims that the "transfer to the police force has attracted criticism in many quarters".
Article on the first complete translation into English in Bangkok Post.
Bangkok Post published this event on its internet edition and fine print.
"It's a film about heart", the director told the Bangkok Post.
The Bangkok Post said the film was "torn between the need to be a serious historical movie and popular entertainment for the masses."
Official papers relating to the decision were also removed from press releases, according to the Bangkok Post.