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Raphaël Ramirez
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Chinh
Yann Trégouët ...
Manu Ramirez
Bounsy Luang Phinith ...
Tony
Samart Payakarun ...
Noï
Jo Prestia ...
Jo
Stéphane Ferrara ...
Féfé
Christian Mazucchini ...
Désiré
Tom Dundee ...
Le secrétaire
Xing Xing Cheng ...
La tante
Yong Luang Phinith ...
L'oncle
Raymond Gil
Thomas Larget ...
Monsieur Tran
Huu Phuc Pham
Bich Loc Truong
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Fureur de vivre, fureur de vaincre, fureur d'aimer.

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Drama | Romance

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16 April 2003 (France)  »

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Dühöngés  »

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Not cartoonish; sex & violence not gratuitous
11 March 2004 | by (Berkeley, California) – See all my reviews

This seems to be marketed as a martial arts film, but it's really a love story with the necessary conflict and heartbreak. The kickboxing scenes are limited to ring events; arson and fights outside the ring are realistic and not cartoonish. I watched a Region 0 DVD with English subtitles; I could not tell, exactly, which audio was French, which was Chinese, which was Thai. Samuel Le Bihan sings in Thai! I read elsewhere that the Ramirez brothers are first-generation French of Spanish parents; maybe I'm a barbarian American, but I don't see where that's explained or hinted at in the film, unless it's the name "Ramirez." The actors all do a good job. A lot of the personal conflicts do not get resolved; how many do in real life? I am glad I saw this movie.


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