Bangrajan

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In the year 1763 king Mangra

ascended to the throne of Burma.

His first goal was to conquer

the small surrounding town states.

But the city Ayudhya in Siam

relieved these town states -

- and encouraged them to

to fight back.

Therefore king Mangra decided

to attack Ayudhya, the heart of Siam.

In 1765 the king

dispacthed a great army -

- to attack Ayudhya

by two different routes.

Commander Mang-Maha-Noratha lead

100.000 men in from the the West.

Another 100.000 came down from the North

lead by commander Nemeao, -

- but these didn't reach

the destination as scheduled.

They were forced back

near a little village.

Waves af burmese soldiers

attacked the inhabitants of the village.

Despite the superior strength of the army

the farmers forced it back again and again.

Rumours about the legendary

courage of siamese country people -

- spread fast across the whole nation.

This is their story.

The year 1765

Are you sure, Po Tan?

Will the burmese come this way?

What are you afraid of?

We defeat them every single time.

We will defeats them this time as well.

Wait for me here.

You follow with me.

Kill them, all as one!

Follow me.

The Commander has been wounded!

Retreat! Retreat!

Retreat!

Here is some food.

Po Tan... A burmese battalion

has put up a camp in the woods.

Hurry up and eat.

The commander is wounded.

Do we call it off?

Commander, sir!

THE VILLAGE BANG RAJAN

Chorb! Ming!

Call for the abbot in a hurry!

My god...

I need help just

to stand up straight.

Don't say that.

Bang Rajan is not strong enough,

when it's leader is wounded.

The village need to find a strong man,

that can replace me.

I know the right man. He harbours

a bitter hatred towards the burmese.

He doesn't fear death.

He come from the

village Khao Nang Buad.

Who's there? Show your face!

You are not burmese. Don't you know,

it's lethal to be out here?

We come from Bang Rajan.

We are looking for Ai Jan Nuad Kiew.

What do you want with me?

We want to make you our leader.

Look here.

There are wagon tracks. And so what?

Look, how deep they are.

It is burmese chariots.

They carry canons to Ayudhya

by the river of Prasop.

Your village

keeps growing.

I fear, that one day the burmese

point the canons at you.

THE BATTLE BY THE RIVER OF PRASOP

Ai Jan's mustache is the same size

the horns of this buffalo.

And he is almost as smart

as a buffolo.

His reputation is totally exaggerated.

But people here in the village

blindly trusts, what is new.

When they see a shit in the field,

they think, it is gold.

- Of all my heart I'm happy to see you.

- We are pleased to be here.

These strips of clothing were

blessed by the abbot. They bring luck.

- I would like to talk to the abbot.

- Me too. We meet at Po Tan's house.

Come with me.

What can I do -

- make them show

a little respect?

You are pissed(drunk)!

- How goes it, Ai Jan?

- I'm ready, Holy man.

I never thought,

you would leave Khao Nang Buad.

I asked you to follow us into the jungle,

but you refused.

Live in the jungle?

What about the children of the village?

Was I supposed to just leave them?

Is the temple here as good

as the one in Khao Nang Buad?

My job is to preach and teach.

That is enough for me.

How are you, Holy man?

I'm fine.

And you, little disciple?

It is wartime,

but i am neither wounded nor sick.

- Who has made you a monk?

- The Abbot has given me holy orders.

You have been gone for so long.

We didn't knew what happened to you.

The Abbot said, I could help you

by doing good deeds.

You are blessed.

Your Mother would have been proud of you.

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