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Over-the-top action is the centerpiece of this breakthrough Thai martial arts film. Loose-cannon Thai kickboxer Ting (Jaa) travels to Bangkok in search of the stolen head to his tiny village's Buddha. Mayhem ensues. What little plot exists is just a vehicle for superb action sequences that are exceptionally violent yet highly inventive, especially when one considers that all the action was filmed without digital effects, wires, or other modern-day trickery. The result is a 70's-style martial-arts movie for the modern era, refreshingly real and a heck of a lot of fun. Thai with English subtitles.

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Available on Running time 107 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Asia, Action-Drama, Martial Arts
Screenplay
Suphachai Sithiamphian
Cast
Tony Jaa, Wannakit Siriput, Sukhaaw Phongwilai, Petchthai Wongkamlao, Pumwaree Yodkamol, Rungrawee Borrijindakul
Cinematography
Nattawut Kittihun
Director
Prachya Pinkaew
Music
Atomix Clubbing
Other
Chaiyaachab Sethi, Thanat Sunsin, Akhadaet Kaewchote
Producer
Prachya Pinkaew, Sukanya Vongsthapat, Baa-Ram-Ewe

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Ong-Bak
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Ong-Bak is a martial-arts movie that came out to DVD in 2003. The movie has a total running time of 107 minutes. Tony Jaa, Wannakit Siriput, Sukhaaw Phongwilai star in Ong-Bak. The movie is in Thai with English subtitles. Ting, is a Thai kick boxer. He decides to travel to Bangkok when the head of hi tiny village’s Buddha gets stolen. Drama occurs and there’s action and fighting scenes throughout the rest of the film.