The Samurai of Ayothaya

Synopsis: Based on a true historic figure during Ayothaya Era, the film depicts the life of Yamada Nagamasa, a Japanese adventurer who gained considerable influence in Thailand and became the governor of Nakhon Si Thammarat province in southern Thailand.
Genre: Action, Drama, History
Director(s): Nopporn Watin
Production: Well Go USA
  1 win & 2 nominations.
100 min

My name is Yamada Nagamasa.

I am a soIdier

attached to the Japanese volunteer army.

Fate brought me here.

I have a secret that can be shared

with no one.

This dark secret must end

with my enemies.

This series of events occurred

after King Naresuan

waged the elephant war

against Hongsawadee.

Though Ayothaya won the war,

peace was hard to come by...

A group of mysterious men dressed

as soldiers of the Hongsawadee army

robbed Siamese people,

causing much grief and sorrow.

King Naresuan issued orders

to all village headmen

and the voIunteer armies of various nations

to find the assaiIants at aII costs.

l have been assigned

by the Japanese volunteer army chief

to find these cuIprits as weII.

They are Japanese

but dressed as Hongsawadee warriors.

They raided the people of Ayothaya,

causing hardship all around.

No one else must know of this treachery.

Bring me the culprit responsible for this

and I will give him to the King of Ayothaya,

so he can behead him.

Yes, sir.

Thank you all for coming

You have come to the famous pIace

with the Sengen Shrine

Come on up, come have a Iisten

to two or three Suruga stories

Taira's Okubo TempIe dedicated to Kannon

Large bush-clover trees, cut in eight

A beard of katsura trees

in an eight-bush clover temple

lnside the temple, the all-knowing Kannon

The assigned position of the temples

in the 33 Kannon Temple Pilgrimage

The first, Nachisan

The second, Kimiidera

Next, Kokawa

The fourth, the fourth...

The most essential, Wada Temple

but Kannon who loves stories

became absorbed while reading

and forgot to mention it

Somehow, he forgot to get

the stamp of the amulet issuing temple

Leaving it to others, he left it out

of the thread of the narrow path

Finally arriving at the 33 Temple Pilgrimage

it was excluded, the eight cut into two

Leaving it to others, he left it out

of the thread of the narrow path

A daydreamer, he is called Kannon

who forgot it from the book

So he didn't forget again

they made him carry a brush and notebook

Keshi Temple in Shigoshiga Valley

Surrounded by bushy trees, sitting squarely

is Geshi Hikoroku, the lord of Shiga

Thank you all for coming

You have come to the famous pIace

with the Sengen Shrine

Come on up, come have a Iisten

to two or three Suruga stories

Leaving it to others, leaving it to others...


I never wanted to kill my fellow Japanese.

We don't know who this man is.

After buying iron ingots,

we saw him being attacked

so we helped him

and brought him back here.

We rowed through the night

until noon the day after.

He shouId have died from his wounds.

We never imagined that he was so tough.

He is a foreigner. Can we trust him?

I've heaIed wounded animaIs.

This is a human being.

How can I Ieave him to die?

Now, Sasaki knows that

the attackers are Japanese.

We have to stop everything

before it becomes a problem for us.

You must bring Yamada to me.

Wherever you find him, kill him at once,

and report to me immediately.


White face is awake.

He has come to his senses.


White face can speak our language.

The complexion of your face is

as fair as a woman.

The hair is long too, isn't it, Champa?

Krathin, help me bring some herbs

to put on the wound of White face.

He became conscious

so I don't think he will die.


Where is this place?

The city of Phitsanuloke Song Kwae.

The selection of the King's bodyguards

this time

will be personally overseen

by King Naresuan himself.

This man's name is Sua.

He is King Naresuan's chief bodyguard.

He is my student.

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