Romantic comedy about a rich playboy Pavee, who is swindled into marriage by Airada, a fortune teller, for his money. If he divorces her first, he has to pay her 40 million baht (\$1.2 million USD). If she can't tolerate him and divorces him first, he doesn't have to pay her a dime. Their marriage becomes a competition or a declaration of war, who will make the other person break first and have that person file for a divorce. Airada wants that 40 million baht, Pavee wants his freedom without losing his fortune. On the sidelines, they have their parents who want them to stay together. Then there are Mesa and Toon, a sibling pair, who want them broken up.
Runtime: 120 minutes
Chaotic Wedding - Eris (mythology) - Netflix
Eris (; Greek: Ἔρις, “Strife”) is the Greek goddess of strife and discord. Her name is the equivalent of Latin Discordia, which means “discord”. Eris' Greek opposite is Harmonia, whose Latin counterpart is Concordia. Homer equated her with the war-goddess Enyo, whose Roman counterpart is Bellona. The dwarf planet Eris is named after the goddess.
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Strife whose wrath is relentless, she is the sister and companion of murderous Ares, she who is only a little thing at the first, but thereafter grows until she strides on the earth with her head striking heaven. She then hurled down bitterness equally between both sides as she walked through the onslaught making men's pain heavier. She also has a son whom she named Strife.
Enyo is mentioned in Book 5, and Zeus sends Strife to rouse the Achaeans in Book 11, of the same work. The most famous tale of Eris recounts her initiating the Trojan War by causing the Judgement of Paris. The goddesses Hera, Athena and Aphrodite had been invited along with the rest of Olympus to the forced wedding of Peleus and Thetis, who would become the parents of Achilles, but Eris had been snubbed because of her troublemaking inclinations. She therefore (as mentioned at the Kypria according to Proclus as part of a plan hatched by Zeus and Themis) tossed into the party the Apple of Discord, a golden apple inscribed Ancient Greek: τῇ καλλίστῃ, translit. tē(i) kallistē(i) – “For the most beautiful one”, or “To the Fairest One” – provoking the goddesses to begin quarreling about the appropriate recipient. The hapless Paris, Prince of Troy, was appointed to select the fairest by Zeus. The goddesses stripped naked to try to win Paris' decision, and also attempted to bribe him. Hera offered political power; Athena promised infinite wisdom; and Aphrodite tempted him with the most beautiful woman in the world: Helen, wife of Menelaus of Sparta. While Greek culture placed a greater emphasis on prowess and power, Paris chose to award the apple to Aphrodite, thereby dooming his city, which was destroyed in the war that ensued. In Nonnus' Dionysiaca, 2.356, when Typhon prepares to battle with Zeus:
Eris (“Strife”) was Typhon's escort in the melée, Nike (“Victory”) led Zeus to battle.
In Hesiod's Works and Days 11–24, two different goddesses named Eris are distinguished:
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