Nurse Chanticha (Aphradi Phawaputanon), “Fighting,” says a critical injured child in the hospital. “You have to fight.”
It was 1990, and the child Manit (Ratthawish Saksirikoon) witnessed his parents being killed by broken cops. Manit survives the shot in the dot space, but a feeling of mizare in the skull is alive and alive. It does the job of enthusiasm; Jon Foo, the pole-rocker of Manit who has grown up yet, is much easier: he does not have to deal with actors like reflecting his emotions.
If Manit is not obedient, nothing. In the death bed, Chanticha starts his mission, if he tells how his parents died. Fortunately, Manit gave martial arts lessons (959) by the best Adjan (Kowitch Wathana), prepared by a journalist, Clara (Caroline Ducey) and a journalist Simon (Michaël Cohen).