|Directed by||Panna Rittikrai|
|Screenplay by||Jonathon Siminoe|
|Distributed by||Sahamongkol Film International|
After winning a contest to star in a Hollywood film, a group of martial arts students celebrate by hosting a party. However, they all get drugged and passed out while celebrating. When they wake up, they are attacked and soon some of their friends have been kidnapped. They quickly learn that a group of assassins are coming after them and that the contest may not have been what it seemed. The only way to survive is to fight their way out and rescue their friends.
- Speedy Arnold as Mr. Snead
- Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul as Bai-Fern
- Gitabak Agohjit as Git
- Supaksorn Chaimongkol as Joy
- Sorapong Chatree as Jaram
- Virat Kemgrad as Jao
- Chatchapol Kulsiriwoottichai as Pod
- Sarawoot Kumsorn as U-Go
- Krittiya Lardphanna as Kuk Yai
- Sumret Muengput as Ao
- Deka Partum as Jame
- Panna Rittikrai as Suthep Sisai
- Puchong Sarthorn as Eddo
- Poonyapat Soonkunchanon as Lerm
- Tanavit Wongsuwan as Pom
- Vinai Weangyanogoong as Black Men
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