Tom yum goong (Ong Bak 2)

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Year:
2005
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The Jaturungkabart protected

the mighty royal elephants.

Why? Elephants are so big.

Who could hurt them?

The King sits on top of them,

so they must beware

of things from below.

Beware of what, Dad?

If they lost their swords, they would

use their body as weapons.

Throw, Crush, Grab and Break.

- What do they need to be careful of?

- I cannot tell you yet.

But I'm going to be a Jaturungkabart,

I have to know.

Not yet, Kham.

One day you will know.

Go on. Splash him, son.

How's that, Por Yai?

Better?

You're so naughty!

Is he up to his old tricks again?

Why did he do that to you?

Dad. I'm here.

Father.

Where's Por Yai going?

Oh, let him go, son.

Lasso it.

Come on.

That's it. Pull it, pull.

Korn

Look, I have something to show you.

Nice, Eh?

If I ever had the chance

to present Por Yai to the King,

it would be

the biggest honour of my life.

It would mean that I upheld

the name of the Jaturungkabart.

Say goodbye to Por Yai, Kham.

After Por Yai has been checked

we might not have the chance

to see him again.

This is a great opportunity for you.

There's no reason to worry.

ANNUAL SONGKRAN:

WATER FESTIVAL:

Mr. Koi, this way.

Hello. Welcome.

- Hello Mr. Koi.

- Please, come inside.

Everything's ready.

Come in.

- Go on, Korn.

- You wait here.

Your father should go in alone, okay?

Wait outside.

- This is Supoj, a friend of mine.

- Hello, sir.

He takes care of this place.

He'll arrange everything for you.

Do you want a bell?

Do you want one?

For your elephant.

- How much is this one?

- 40 Baht.

Let me see.

That's lovely.

Round one.

Super!

Thank you.

Come on.

Wait!

Are you taking him away today?

Yes, today, Mr Koi.

You can go home now.

We'll be in touch.

- But...

- Come on. Quickly.

Move it.

Come on. Quickly.

You can't take him. Not yet.

I won't let you.

You can't take him.

I said you can't take him.

- I won't let you.

- Calm down, old man.

- Force it to go.

- I said no!

You old fart.

I told you!

Move it. Quickly.

Come on.

Father.

Father.

What happened, father?

- Father.

- Kham.

Check on Por Yai.

Didn't you see the truck?

Move it!

Baby, we belong together,

in the forest with a joyful heart.

The waterfall pours down

as if heaven was before our eyes.

Hey!

Who the hell are you?

Do you want my foot in your mouth?

Go on.

Get him.

Go get him!

My teeth!

Wait for me.

Where are Por Yai and Korn?

- Where are they?

- I don't know.

You don't know?

Johnny took them.

They're in Sydney.

Where is he?

Father! Shoot!

Shoot him, Father!

Enough. Enough.

You're hurting me.

Come on. Quickly.

Move it.

And this is the main Asian market

in downtown Sydney.

Most of the people here

are Asian, you know?

Chinese, Thai, Vietnam...

So officers here

need to understand Asian's way,

like me, for instance.

This is how I do my job.

It's important to stay mates

with the people.

What beautiful mangoes.

They look lovely.

Love,

I'll be there in two shakes.

Why? Do you miss me?

Woah! Take it easy, baby.

I give you a kiss first.

I love you, bye.

Hey! Just in time.

This is my new partner, Rick.

He's a young

energetic kind of bloke.

But less hard-working than I am.

Sergeant Mark, there is a robbery

on Burwood Street.

Why did you call the police?

What am I supposed to do?

Stay calm, don't shoot.

Don't hurt us!

Go away!

- Don't shoot.

- I'm going to kill them!

The robber is a teenager.

Only the shop owner and his wife

are in the shop.

Alright! Listen up!

I want you to drop your weapon...

Rick, Rick. No, no, no.

Leave him to me.

Hey, hey, hey.

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