Directed by Prachya Pinkaew
An autistic girl with powerful martial art skills seeks out the ruthless gangs that owe her family money. Zen learns to fight from watching TV and the fighters at the boxing school next door. When her mother takes ill, she sets upon a violent quest to collect payment for the medical expenses, which ultimately leads her to her father, a member of the Yakuza.
An autistic girl with powerful martial art skills seeks out the ruthless gangs that owe her family money.
Cast: Hiroshi Abe, Ammara Siripong, JeeJa Yanin
I've seen a hell of a lot of martial arts films but this from the director of One-Bak sits near the top. Some jaw-dropping stunts and fight choreography accompany a story that manages to not feel exploitative despite its premise. Be sure to watch the injury reel during the closing credits
Awesome movie! I love the Tony Ja flix playing on the TV! Those are some of my Favorite martial arts movies. I recommend you watch if you haven't! Its also great they show the young girl preformed her own stunts during the credits and boy she took some real hits to the head. Most American male actors won't even stand on top of a chair cause they're afraid of falling and breaking a nail or get vertigo then faint Lol! Anyway not "The Raid" but its a cool movie worth 4 skulls from me! Note; If you do end up liking this movie! I do recommend you watch Tony Ja's movies and "The Raid" and especially "The Raid II" it out does 'em all for me! If you haven't!
Not a horror movie. But a good action movie.
i really liked it a lot. innocent, cute, and dangerous. great combination and great casting choice
Did not like.. therefore did not finish the film