Ahimsa: Stop to Run

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Ahingsa-Jikko mee gam
The Thai movie poster.
Directed by Kittikorn Liasirikun
Produced by Kittikorn Liasirikun
Written by Leo Kittikorn
Starring Boriwat Yuto
Theeradanai Suwannahom
Johnny Unwa
Music by Zan Sab
Edited by Kittikorn Liasirikun
Chatchai Nakornwong
Distributed by RS Film
Release date
October 20, 2005
Country Thailand
Language Thai

Ahingsa-Jikko mee gam (Thai: อหิงสา จิ๊กโก๋ มีกรรม, also Ahimsa ... Stop to Run) is a 2005 Thai karmic-crime-comedy-drama written and directed by Kittikorn Kiasirikun (Leo Kittikorn).


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[edit]


  1. ^ Thailand madness is back! Archived 2006-11-07 at the Wayback Machine., Kaiju Shakedown (December 28, 2006).
  2. ^ Soop Sip. October 4, 2006. "Oscar hopeful to open film fest", The Nation, Page 12A (print edition).

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