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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - NOVEMBER 21: (ISRAEL OUT) Television cameramen jostle for position before a Likud party faction meeting November 21, 2005 in the Knesset, Israel's parliament in Jerusalem. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon announced earlier his split from Likud to form a new political party which he intends to lead to victory in early general elections. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

You won’t see kissing, touching or fighting in movie shot in Thailand for a while.

Those are three things usually seen on the big screen, but not in Thailand. Actors are returning to work but must now follow social distancing rules during scenes to avoid spreading coronavirus. The film industry plans to use special effects and camera angles in post production to fill in gaps. The question is, will moviegoers be able to tell?

Film set will also have a limit of 50 crew members and soap must be available.

Source: Guardian