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The Outrage -- In this worthy adaptation of the Japanese film "Rashomon," a young monk is left to determine the truth behind three competing perspectives after a bandit's disturbing murder trial.


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Akira Kurosawa (based on screenplay by)
Ryûnosuke Akutagawa (based on stories by)
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September 2011 (Thailand) See more »
In this worthy adaptation of the Japanese film "Rashomon," a young monk is left to determine the truth behind three competing perspectives after a bandit's disturbing murder trial. | Full synopsis »
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The Truth Lies "At The Gate Of The Ghost"
 (From JustPressPlay. 29 April 2013, 6:29 PM, PDT)

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  (in credits order)
Mario Maurer ... Monk

Petchtai Wongkamlao ... Woodcutter (as Phettai Wongkamlao)
Pongpat Wachirabunjong ... Undertaker (as Phongpat Wachirabanjhong)
Ananda Everingham ... Warlord (as Ananda Mathew Everingham)
Laila Boonyasak ... Warlord's Wife (as Chermarn Boonyasak)
Dom Hetrakul ... Bandit
Sakarat Lerkthamrong ... Prince of Pha-Mueang City
Phongsiree Bunluewong ... Police Inspector
Ratklao Amaratisha ... Medium
Daraneenute Bhothipiti ... Warlord Wife's Mother
Charttayodom Hiranyasthiti ... Abbot
Thanya Wachirabunjong ... Warlord's Mother (as Thanya Sophon)
Chaiyapol J. Poupart ... Anand
Voravudh Niyomsub ... Monk's Father
Chudapha Chantakett ... Monk's Mother
Phattaranan Ruamchi ... Anand's Wife
Johnny Leonardo Goldman ... Young Anand brother
Smith Skjolaas ... Young Anand
Phusanisa Suk Sa-At ... Young Warlord's Wife
Atthakon Sukanan ... Executioner
Witthawat Teetaa ... Lord Chamberlain
Rosalyn Thaprom ... Lady
Thiradej Aphichonphuri ... Infant

Directed by
M.L. Pundhevanop Dhewakul  (as M.L. Bhandevanov Devakula)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ryûnosuke Akutagawa  based on stories by
Akira Kurosawa  based on screenplay by
Kukrit Pramoj  based on play by
M.L. Pundhevanop Dhewakul  (as M.L. Bhandevanov Devakula)

Produced by
Termbhan Mathawabhan .... line producer
Somsak Techaratanaprasert .... producer (as Somsak Techarattanaprasert)
Naiyana Ungsavat .... line producer
Original Music by
Chatchai Pongprapaphan 
Cinematography by
Panom Promchard  (as Panom Phromchat)
Film Editing by
Sirikan Srichulabhorn 
Production Design by
Patrix Meesaiyaat 
Art Direction by
Niti Samittasing  (as Niti Samithtasing)
Costume Design by
Noppadon Techo  (as Noppadol Techo)
Makeup Department
Montri Wadia-Iad .... makeup department head
Art Department
Suwan Boodchan .... swing gang
Charkrit Boontham .... assistant property master (as Chakhrit Boontham)
Sakda Buapan .... sculpture
Navy Gunmithee .... stand-by property
Chumpol Immhen .... swing gang (as Chumpol Immen)
Utid Kadboonsoom .... swing gang
Jaric Kerdpathum .... painter
Somprasong Kongnasom .... swing gang (as Somprasong Kongnasorn)
Verapol Leammookda .... art runner (as Verapol Leammukda)
Chartchai Nimitjindawong .... sculpture (as Chatchai Nimitjindawong)
Jarimitr Nuchprapa .... property master (as Jarimith Nuchprapa)
Santi Piratson .... assistant art director (as Santi Piratsao)
Narongsak Prarin .... sculpture (as Narongsak Prapin)
Sakit Seekiew .... set buyer
Sukhon Thangporncharoen .... art coordinator (as Sukhon Tangphoncharoen)
Chawalit Thongnarin .... swing gang
Teerachai Yuyen .... swing gang
Sound Department
Nopawat Likitwong .... sound designer
Nopawat Likitwong .... sound re-recording mixer
Nopawat Likitwong .... supervising sound editor
Kaikangwol Rungsakorn .... sound effects editor
Traithep Wongpaiboon .... sound post-production supervisor
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Aphinya Banchongsap .... costumer
Thirapat Khongchaiphiphat .... costume assistant
Thinnakon Sonfan .... costume assistant
Other crew
Panna Rittikrai .... martial arts director
Ryûnosuke Akutagawa .... film dedicated to (as Rynosuke Akutagawa)
Akira Kurosawa .... film dedicated to
Kukrit Pramoj .... film dedicated to (as M.R. Kukrit Pramoj)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"U mong pa meung" - Thailand (original title)
"At the Gate of the Ghost" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated R for some violence and sexuality
108 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »


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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Rashomon in Thailand, 26 April 2013
Author: billcr12 from United States

At the Gate of the Ghost is basically a remake of Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon. A warlord is found dead in the forest, killed by a sword. A monk, a woodcutter and a common criminal are in a cave during a storm, and they discuss the crime with four completely different versions of the same event. The first is told from the perspective of the accused killer; the second by the warlord's wife; the third by a shaman channeling the ghost of the victim; and lastly; from the woodcutter. All four are radically at odds with the others, and so by the end the viewer must decide what the truth is. It is somewhat interesting, with sub par acting all around, but colorful scenery and a beautiful lead actress, Laila Boonyasak. My advice is to find the DVD of Rashomon instead.

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