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Fah talai jone ()


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With its loud acting style, exuberant sets and stunning shots in pastel colours, this Thai cult film is as much a parody as an homage to the Western and the romantic tearjerker.

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Black Tiger
Suwinit Panjamawat ...
Dum (Black Tiger Youth)
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Rumpoey
Supakorn Kitsuwon ...
Mahesuan
Arawat Ruangvuth ...
Police Captain Kumjorn
Sombat Metanee ...
Fai
Pairoj Jaisingha ...
Phya Prasit
Naiyana Shewanan ...
Rumpoey's maid (as Naiyana Sheewanun)
Kanchit Kwanpracha ...
Kamnan Dua
Chamloen Sridang ...
Sergeant Yam
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Rumpoey (voice)
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Dum (voice)
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Mahasuan

Directed by

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Wisit Sasanatieng

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Wisit Sasanatieng ... ()

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Sangar Chatchairungruang ... executive producer
Pracha Maleenont ... executive producer
Brian L. Marcar ... executive producer
Bunbhot Ngamkhum ... line producer
Nonzee Nimibutr ... producer
Adirek Wattaleela ... executive producer

Music by

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Amornbhong Methakunavudh

Cinematography by

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Nattawut Kittikhun

Film Editing by

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Dusanee Puinongpho
Folmer Wiesinger

Casting By

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Pasiree Panya ... (as Phasiri Panya)

Production Design by

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Ek Iemchuen

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Arkadech Keawkotr
Rach-chanon Khayannagan ... (as Rutchanon Kayangnan)

Costume Design by

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Chaiwichit Somoboon

Makeup Department

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Benjawan Sroy-in ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Laongkaew Saijai ... production manager

Sound Department

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Eric Strausser ... first assistant sound remix
Dan Edelstein ... supervising sound editor: US release (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Thanut Sripantawanusorn ... assistant camera

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Plot Summary

In the countryside of Thailand, a gang of outlaws makes the region unsafe. Among them is the handsome gun hero Dum, who became unwillingly involved in the bandit life. Handsome Dum made a promise to his upper-crust lover Rumpoey: despite the class difference, they will get married. When the moment of reunion arrives, Dum gets involved in a fire fight and cannot possibly reach Rumpoey in time. She is desperate: her father has married her off to a policeman. The taciturn Dum, called the 'Black Tiger' by his co-conspirators, has however not forgotten Rumpoey. He does everything in his power to reach her, but fate gets in the way: his gang leader suspects him of treachery and his blood brother turns into his greatest enemy. Will the two lovers ever meet up? This urgent question propels the melodrama forward, supported by exciting music, spectacular shootouts and heroic duels. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Tears of the Black Tiger (World-wide, English title)
  • Les larmes du tigre noir (France)
  • Las lágrimas del tigre negro (Spain)
  • Le lacrime della tigre nera (Italy)
  • As Lágrimas do Tigre Negro (Portugal)
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Runtime
  • 110 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The title is actually the name of a Thai herb. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012). See more »
Quotes Mahesuan: By everything sacred in this world, I, Mahesuan, swear, with the Buddha as my witness, I'll always be true and loyal to my blood brother, Dom, the Black Tiger who saved my life. If I break this oath, may his gun take my life.
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