The Holy Man
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|The Holy Man (Luang Phii Teng)|
Thai film poster
|Directed by||Note Cherm-Yim|
|Distributed by||Phra Nakorn Film|
The Holy Man (Thai: หลวงพี่เท่ง or Luang Phii Teng) is a 2005 Thai comedy film. One of the top films at the Thai box office that year, it starred popular Thai television comedian, Pongsak Pongsuwan as a Buddhist monk. It is the first of a comic trilogy about young monks.
A monk comes to a small city and takes up residence at a small Buddhist temple. With his no-nonsense advice and humble ways, a new monk builds a following that starts to rival a flashy scam temple across town, making an enemy of its operator (Somlek Sakdikul).
Another popular comic, Petchtai Wongkamlao, is featured in a small role.
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