Synopsis: The film concerns the life of King Naresuan, who liberated the Siamese from the control of Burma. Born in 1555, he was taken to Burma as a child hostage; there he became acquainted with sword fighting and became a threat to the Burmese empire.
Genre: Drama, History, War
163 min

Therefore I had to attack your Kingdom.

Now I ask you for four white elephants.

How about that?

You take my proposal?

If you're truly a great King,

you promise me...

that you lead your army

back to Hongsawadi.

Then I will give you the four

white elephants that you request.

Prince Ramesuan should come back with me.

If you agree, I pull the army back.

Prince Ramesuan should remain here.

He is the heir.

Prince Mahin can assume his duties.

If they both remain here...

their death may someday lead

to a bitter power struggle.

Then your people will find

themselves in a difficult position.

I swear...

that I will raise Prince Ramesuan

as my own son.

Because you swear by heaven,

I will not stop you.

But you need to release my people...

and return my soldiers to me.

So they can defend my city.

- This will happen...

if I get Lord Chakri and

Lord Sunthornsongkram...

so they can serve Prince Ramesuan.

I see that you have no objections.

Do not be afraid for our son.

King Bayinnong has promised that he

takes care of Ong Dam as his son.

His promise does not reduce my fear.

He is still in the land

of the enemy after all.

Hongsawadi is not our enemy.

You do not have to follow me.

I go to the market,

to the Siamese prisoners.

The Siamese will not hurt me.

Go home.

From now on, you do not have to serve me.

I am also just a Siamese prisoner.

Go away.

If you follow me any longer,

I will have you lashed.

When you pay your debts? The interest

rate is higher than the principal sum.

Have mercy. I come from Siam too.

Silence. Money has nothing

to do with nationality.

Have mercy. I am poor.

A thief, a thief.

Grab him.

Grab him.

Do not let him escape.

Is this a game for you?

Thief that you are.

Kill him.

You're all Siamese?

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