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The Tsunami Warrior (2008)

Puen yai jon salad (original title)
As sea pirates threaten to invade their kingdoms, three queens of Langkasuka must band together to defend their lands and peoples.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jarunee Suksawas ... Queen Hijau
Jacqueline Apithananon ... Princess Biru
Anna Reese ... Princess Ungu
Dan Chupong ... General Commander Jarang
Suwinit Panjamawat ... Second Commander Ramong
Sorapong Chatree ... Master of Du-Lum Sorcery
Ananda Everingham ... Sea Gypsy Pari
Jakkrit Phanichphatikram ... The Genius Inventor Lim Kium
Manassanan Patcharasopachai ... Lim Kium's Sister Lim Ko Niew
Preecha Katkham ... Sea Gypsy Anjar
Mesini Keawratri ... Sea Gypsy Starfish
Winai Kraibutr ... Pirate - Black Raven
Ake Oree ... Prince Rawai
Thiti Micheli ... Pirate - Pelaka
Jesdaporn Pholdee ... Prince of Pahung


As sea pirates threaten to invade their kingdoms, three queens of Langkasuka must band together to defend their lands and peoples.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence | See all certifications »

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Official Sites:

Official site [Thailand]



Release Date:

12 August 2008 (Thailand)  »

Also Known As:

Legend of the Tsunami Warrior  »


Box Office


THB 150,000,000 (estimated)
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Opening film of the 2008 Bangkok International Film Festival. See more »

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If you like bizarre fantasy Thai martial arts set in Indonesia, this is for you
28 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

This film is meant to be serious and that is probably a drawback. It is not funny in the Pirates of the Caribbean sort of fantasy way, yet it has similar characteristics and might even be considered a rip off, if Pirates wasn't already a rip off of a cheesy Disney ride. So put all that aside. The story is epic and full of holes, based on a magical type of martial art where you fight with fish. OK, you don't actually fight with fish, but you use fish as part of your power. Got it? This is serious stuff, fighting with fish. Anyway, people breathe underwater, make sonic screams, and hang out a lot with fish. Just saying, if you like bizarre Thai martial arts films, this is certainly one of the more bizarre. Oh yeah, there's one guy with a sword that really kicks some serious ass.

If you prefer your bizarre Thai martial arts films to be less fantastical, may I recommend "Chocolate?"

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