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  Premier Asia release acclaimed Bang Rajan
  The winner of 11 Surasawadee Thai Film Awards, Thanit Jitnukul’s Siamese war-epic Bang Rajan was the most successful box office film in Thai history at the time of its release, telling the incredible true story of a small band of villagers standing up to the armed might of invading Burmese forces in 1765. Combining “the gritty realism of Saving Private Ryan with this historical grandeur of Braveheart,” the film has been championed by acclaimed director Oliver Stone, who even went so far as to release it theatrically in the US as “Oliver Stone Presents…”

The two-disc Special Collector’s Edition of Bang Rajan includes features such as audio commentary, a featurette with the film’s director, an exclusive interview with leading man Winai Kraibutr, an interview with leading lady Bongkot Khongmalai and much, much more and is released by Premier Asia on 28th February.
  Wayne Southworth [8 Feb 2005 at 13:15]
     

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