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21 December 2006 (Thailand) See more »
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The story is set in 1890s Siam. Siang (Dan Chupong) is a young Muay Thai warrior and rocketry expert... See more » | Add synopsis »
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1 win & 5 nominations See more »
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This is a comic book story and a relatively fun one but it's very comic book. See more (12 total) »

Cast

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Leo Putt ... Phraya Wang
Dan Chupong ... Zieng - The Rocket Thief / Jone Bang Fai
Panna Rittikrai ... Nai Hoi Dam / Black Wizard
Samart Payakarun ... Nai Hoi Singh
Puttipong Sariwat ... Lord Waeng
Kanyapak Suworakood ... E'Sao
Somdet Kaew-ler ... The Thief
Amporn Pankratok ... Takerd
Ampon Rattanawong ... Kaan
Wichai Prommajan ... Paen
Namfon Pakdee ... Sommor
Pantipa Rachoo ... Sewey
Kampanart Angsoongnern ... Ong Karaksai
Jaran Ngamdee ... Naai Jan
Komkip Wongvirot ... Ong Karakkwa
Charan Ngamdee ... Nai Jan
Eakkasit Sompetch ... Kratone
Yuttapong Peerayuttapong ... Pat
Apinan Kongsupalux ... Rom
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Directed by
Chalerm Wongpim 
 
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(in alphabetical order)
Chalerm Wongpim 

Produced by
Tech Akarapol .... producer (as Akarapol Techaratanaprasert)
Prachya Pinkaew .... producer
Sukanya Vongsthapat .... producer
 
Production Design by
Saharat Boonsatit 
Thanom Nantaworapongsa 
 
Art Direction by
Thanom Nantaworapongsa 
 
Costume Design by
Keattichai Keereesri 
 
Makeup Department
Thutthalee Jarusutharat .... makeup department head
Jirawan Khamnong .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Apinan Kongsuoalux .... production manager (as Apinan Kongsupalux)
Kamolwan Rodket .... assistant production manager
Sinenaj Suwan .... assistant production manager (as Sineenat Suwan)
 
Art Department
Phithan Chokkitchakarn .... third art director
Nares Hengsawast .... first art director
Chaiwat Mewan .... prop man
Chaiyo Panichku .... prop man
Sarawuth Pansingh .... mock-up artist (as Sarawut Pansing)
Tatsakaon Rodkeen .... prop man
Supon Sanpong .... prop man
Yuttapong Teerayuttapong .... assistant art director
Thanandorn Thuittang .... prop master
Tanyalak Urung .... prop man (as Tanyalak U-Rung)
Wichit Wattanon .... second art director
 
Sound Department
Traithep Wongpaiboon .... sound post-production supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Manoon Chaiwach .... focus puller
Tasanvarin Charupom .... behind the scenes cameraman (as Tasanavarin Charuphom)
Dongruethai Choochan .... camera report
Bancha Choovaree .... video assistant
Suphat Lawancharasyothin .... still photographer
Narong Nakwatchara .... loader
Patiharn Pinkam .... chief lighting technician
Rungrat Seenamngeun .... focus puller
Noppol Sripaengmol .... camera loader (as Nopphon Sripangmol)
Yongyoo Suethong .... video assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Teerarat Boonsri .... costume staff
Kanokkorn Nakarat .... costume staff
Mattana Thaitadham .... costume staff
 
Other crew
Supattra Atikulsin .... caterer
Mama Daeng .... cook
Chuenmanas Intarit .... production accountant
Pitima Jungrungrueng .... continuity
Warinya Ratipakorn .... production coordinator
Kattiya Rattanabut .... coordinator local
Sompech Robroo .... caterer
Kavinthip Yeamsuwan .... production coordinator
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Khon fai bin" - Thailand (original title)
"Fire Warriors" - Thailand (English title)
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103 min
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Continuity: During the final fight, Jone Bang Fai supposedly holds the magical trinkets given to him by Nai Hoi Singh in his hand the whole time, despite opening his fist several times during the battle.See more »
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4 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
This is a comic book story and a relatively fun one but it's very comic book., 18 December 2007
Author: dilbertsuperman from Baghdad

Tony Jaa- love this guy- he has done for Muay Thai what Bruce lee did for kung fu and he's an awesome martial arts talent. For that reason alone you should see this movie- just be prepared for a LOT of SILLINESS with bottle rockets the size of courier tubes and complete ignorance of gravity and physics and editing in some of the stunts.

This is a great movie for teens into martial arts movies since it has a light handling of adult situations that if I were directing, would probably result in this movie being banned in 18 countries. :-)

I think the roughest scene is when one guy takes a bite out of another guy and even that is handled pretty lightly.

All that cartoonish mockery of a real film experience aside- this a fun little movie about a dude that has stupid bottle rockets and killer Muay Thai skill and a score to settle with a Cattle thief in pre industrial revulsion (some call it revolution) Thailand.

He pairs up with some unlikely allies that started off as dire enemies to fight the ghost of a wizard who is a ghost from his past- using magical amulets to trap demons etc...

I gave this movie an extra two points for being one of the only movies I know of to depict the Thai tradition of "finding your animal spirit" which is a ritual celebrated at Wai Kru festival where tattoos are made of a psychedelic ink that then creates a trance where the recipients "become" the animal the tattoo depicts - this is covered with two characters having tiger and monkey spirits respectively and a wizard activating their tattoos. Of course this is a Hollywood 7 second treatment of an all day ritual but it was still a fun nod to Thai history.

Thai are a very proud people and this shows in their film making- they make a few nods to American movie making but the script continually resounds with a centrism on the Thai, probably because the story is in Thailand :-). This is directed by one of the camera men for Tom yum goong.

The movie also mocks kung fu at the end which is a long held tradition apparently- to make fun of the weaker kung fu compared to the monstrous brutality of Muay Thai and Krabi Krabong.

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