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

In the year 1563 AD...

fifteen years after Suriyothai died...

Prince Bayinnong ascended the throne...

as King of Hongsawadi...

and heir of King Tabengchaweti.

He led his army beyond

the borders of Maelamao...

and captured the towns in the

north on their way to Ayodhya.

When King Bayinnong had conquered...

Kampaengphet, Sukhothai and Sawankhalok...

he led his forces to

the Kingdom of Phitsanulok.

Hongsawadi soldiers have

surrounded our Kingdom.

They are with many.

Never has Phitsanulok conducted

a war of this magnitude.

Our Kingdom is in urgent need of food.

Citizens are looking for protection

throughout the city.

King Chakkraphat of Ayodhya and his men...

have placed soldiers in

position around the city...

to defend themselves.

They are not going to send aid.

That's an insult.

When Ayodhya was in danger...

by the false plans from

Worawongsa and Srisudajan...

we and our allies in the

north risked our lives...

led an army to Ayodhya

to fight for the Kingdom...

and put King Chakkraphat on the throne.

And now...

in Phitsanulok's darkest hours,

Ayodhya let us down.

If we do not assist each other,

Phitsanulok and Ayodhya can...

not remain as allies any longer.

King Thammaracha has ceased the battle.

We have victory.

I've seen a lot of trained warriors...

but you are the ablest.

I remember our struggle at Makhamjom.

If the King of Prae had not helped you,

I had you slain.

Well, what are you saying now?

You fight for Hongsawadi or for Ayodhya?

Phitsanulok is no longer

the enemy of Hongsawadi.

I wouldn't like to force anything.

Therefore, please take my

son Ong Dam as collateral.

I swear by the sky above us that I,

Bayinnong Kayodinoratha...

will raise Ong Dam like my own son.

Nobody will hurt him.

May the sky slay me

if I not keep my word.

The King of Hongsawadi,

ruler of all countries...

orders by royal decree...

that his highness Prince Naresuan

is sent away...

the son of King Thammaracha...

and kept at Hongsawadi for safekeeping...

as a royal hostage.

No, my son. Don't go.

Don't go.

I forbid you.

Ong Dam, my son.

Have not you learned to show respect,

young Prince?

I prove respects to those...

who have earned respect.

Wise words for such a young boy.

Who has taught you to speak like this?

My only teacher is my heart.

All right. I will not force

you to behave like the others.

If another than you behaved like this...

he was executed.

When he had conquered Phitsanulok...

Bayinnong led his troops

in the attack on Ayodhya.

Fire. Do not let them just

walk into our city.

Ayodhya is well defended.

We can not get over their walls.

You know why that is?

The army of Ayodhya has no fear.

Your uncle, King Chakkraphat,

and Prince Ramesuan...

are astute warriors.

But wars are not decided by arms alone.

You win them with your mind.


how long should we keep fighting?

Until the whole country is flooded.

- The rainy season is almost starting.

With the first drops of rain...

the army of Hongsawadi will return home.

By that time,

Ayodhya will be already destroyed.

Our army is smaller than theirs.

I would advocate...

that we persevere and fight on.

The water will soon

wash away their soldiers.

But then, everyone in Ayodhya

will be killed.

Bayinnong has declared the end of the war.

We will listen to his proposal.

Lord Rachapakee, get construction

workers and build a pavilion...

between the temples of

Atsadawaat and Nakphramain.

Once I sent a message to ask you...

for your friendship and

two white elephants for my Kingdom.

But you have not complied with my request.

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