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Osas Ighodaro Ajibade,
A violent gang is abducting and killing women around Thailand. Sanim and his friends, having had loved ones abducted, have joined together to break the gang of kidnappers. In a botched kidnap attempt, Deu is saved by Sanim's crew. After learning their unique martial arts style, Deu helps lure the gang into an epic battle to save the women across Thailand.Written by
Wow, all of that credit that female lead JeeJa Yanin built up with the enjoyable CHOCOLATE (2008) is blown away in one quick yank of a wire harness. Seriously, one of the things that has made the recent explosion of Thai action cinema enjoyable is that 99% of the time the actors were doing these flips and kicks for real. It was refreshing after Hong Kong had - for the most part - retreated into the wacky world of wire work in the 1990s. So it truly saddened me to see JeeJa, who did some amazing stuff in CHOCOLATE, look like a floating fairy as wires help her achieve some ridiculous looking stunts, especially during the final fights. I was hoping for more realism along the lines of Tony Jaa's "No harness, no wires!" motto.
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