Bang Rajan Rumbles in the Jungle

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | September 2, 2004
In 1765, when Burma's massive army invaded Siam (now called Thailand), a remote village named Bang Rajan held the attackers at bay for five months. The name "Bang Rajan" strikes patriotic chords in Thailand today, explaining why, despite characters as flat as shadow puppets, Tanit Jitnukul's film become the most successful Thai film in the country's history.

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