Pee Mak Phrakanong




I need help.




Pee Mak

"Pee Mak"

Tis been'th a long time'th

and still no help'th hast come to our rescue.

Thee enemy hast surrounded us

and break'th our lines.

Our forces

hast take'th heavy casualties

and thus dying in droves.

If this keep'th up'th

I think'th

we will definitely be defeat'th.

Why the hell are you talking like that?

So lame. Are you from the dark ages?!

Private Mark is injured.

Hey Mark!


How bad is it, doc?

You'll be okay.

You just sprained your leg.

Sprained my leg?!


You moan

like you're in heat!

Am I going to make it

back home to Phrakhanong?

Nak, my wife probably gave birth already.

This can't be the end of the line for us?

Damn it!

Don't give up!

Remember "300" The Battle of Thermopylae?

King Leonidas


They were all outnumberd and outgunned.


But in the end everybody died, right?



I never got to the end.

Then think of "Rocky"

Rocky Road?

It's yummy! Where is it?

Where is it?


How about the "Last Samurai"

During his final battle,

he fought so hard his blade shattered.

He didn't even think of giving up.

Here we still have our swords

all our arms and legs.


Sorry! Sorry!

Just all our swords then.

Do we not have a fighting chance?


Kill them!

Kill them!


They've got guns. I forgot.


Are you okay, Mark?

Hey Shin

since we are all going to die anyways.

Can I ask you something?

What's with the hair?

When I was little

there was a bubonic plague outbreak.

I almost died.

So my mother swore to God if I survived

I would keep this hairdo

for the rest of my life.

I rather die than live

with that ugly topknot hairdo.

Look like a dog's ankle bunion.

What about yours?

I'm a trend setter.

Stop shooting already!

Mark, do you have any last words?

No I don't.

No matter what I will make it back

to see my wife and baby.

I will not allow myself to die here.

Nor will all of you.

Pee Mak...

Pee Mak...

Pee Mak...

Why did you come out? Go inside. Hurry.

Pee Mak...

Pee Mak...

Pee Mak...

Pee Mak...

Too many people playing. I won't deal you in.

Why not.

No cash, no play.

Get on with it.

Are you going to shuffle until dawn?

Why don't you go put on a card show.

Is your dad David Blaine?

Hurry up. Come on.

Hey what's this?

A Natural 9

Sh*t! I got 0

What? I got 1, pay UP-

What's wrong?

The wound hurts?

I am fine.

I can't believe that you survived.

Man you must be invincible.

I am grateful to all of you

for bringing me back here.

We are the one who should be grateful.

Without you Mark, we would be dead already.

Actually you should pronounce my name as...

"MARK" with the K in the end.


M arrrrk?

Forget it. Just call me "Mak" then.

The only person who calls me "Mark"

is my daddy.

But he's back to the United States of America

with the missionaries.

Everyone in my village calls me Mak.


Hey guys we made it to Phrakhanong.

We're here?


Where is everybody?

Thank you.

You're welcome



Nak honey

I'm back.


ls Nak taking a dump?

Hey Nak

Where were you?

I was really worried.

I thought I would never see you again.

Don't cry baby.

You won't look handsome.

You know

when I was at war

I missed you so much.

I missed you a lot.

I missed you soooo much!

I missed you more than anyone in whole world.

Man, Mak is whipped!

Baby, did you miss me at all?


Why not?

You don't love me anymore?

You crazy.

Of course, I do.

You're mean.

Don't joke like that.

Isn't that special?

Nak, what about our baby?

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Chantavit Dhanasevi

Chantavit Dhanasevi (Thai: ฉันทวิชช์ ธนะเสวี; RTGS: Chanthawit Thanasewi; Nicknamed: Ter (เต๋อ). Born September 18, 1983 in Thailand) is a Thai model, actor and screen writer. He is best known for his lead role in the 2010 film Hello Stranger and 2012 film ATM: Er Rak Error. more…

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