Teng Nong kon maha hia
|Teng Nong kon maha hia (Teng and Nong: The Movie)|
Thai film poster.
|Directed by||Pongsak Pongsuwan|
|Distributed by||Sahamongkol Film International|
|May 31, 2007|
On its release, despite negative reviews by film critics, the film was No. 1 at Thailand cinema box offices, topping such Hollywood films as Shrek the Third, Ocean's Thirteen and another Thai film, Ploy.
Bumbling parking valets Nong (Choosak Iamsuk) and Teng (Pongsak Pongsuwan) are assigned by their gangster boss (Phairoj Jaising) to deliver a valuable Chinese statuette to another gangster boss Hia See (Andy Khemphimook). During the journey, they decide to take a side trip and what should have been a simple job turns into a major fiasco with a police chase led by Lt Namtarn (Jirada Yohara).
- Rithdee, Kong (2007-06-11). "'Ploy' plays modestly in Bangkok". Variety. Retrieved 2007-06-12.
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