Ahimsa: Stop to Run
|Ahingsa-Jikko mee gam|
The Thai movie poster.
|Directed by||Kittikorn Liasirikun|
|Produced by||Kittikorn Liasirikun|
|Written by||Leo Kittikorn|
|Music by||Zan Sab|
|Edited by||Kittikorn Liasirikun
|Distributed by||RS Film|
|October 20, 2005|
Ahingsa is a young man who's haunted by his karma, which takes the form of a mysterious red-haired man who dishes out abuse when Ahingsa runs afoul of morality. When Ahingsa was a young boy, a shaman had the mysterious man removed, but the man returns when Ahingsa is a young man and starts taking drugs and getting involved in rave culture. Ahingsa's behavior soon causes trouble for his friends, Ukhoht and Einstein, and a female physician, Dr. Pattaya.
- Boriwat Yuto as Ahingsa
- Theeradanai Suwannahom as Mysterious Man
- Prinya Ngamwongwarn as Ukhoht
- Ampon Rattanawong as Man with birdcages
- Taranya Sattabusya as Dr. Pattaya
- Johnny Unwa as Einstein
Nominations and awards
- The film was Thailand's official entry to the 79th Academy Awards. It was chosen after Invisible Waves had been withdrawn by the Federation of National Film Associations of Thailand.
- Thailand madness is back! Archived 2006-11-07 at the Wayback Machine., Kaiju Shakedown (December 28, 2006).
- Soop Sip. October 4, 2006. "Oscar hopeful to open film fest", The Nation, Page 12A (print edition).
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