Yamada The Samurai of Ayothaya

Based on a true character, the movie tells rthe story of Yamada Nagamasa, a Japanese warrior who settled in Ayutthaya in the 16th Century and became a soldier in King Naresuan’s army. After the battle with Burma, Ayutthaya remains in a state of unrest after a group of mysterious men stage a campaign of terror and robbery. Yamada investigates and finds that the men are actually rogue Japanese samurai. He then has a score to settle with his own countrymen.

Title: Yamada The Samurai of Ayothaya (ซามูไร อโยธยา)
Director: Nopporn Watin
Starring: Kanokkorn Jaicheun, Seki Oseki, Sorapong Chatree, Thanawut Ketsaro, Winai Khaibutr
Rating: All (Action, Drama)
Release Date in Thailand: 2nd December 2010

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13 thoughts on “Yamada The Samurai of Ayothaya”

  1. I agree with Jerz Siam, I’ve trained in Muay Boran and several other Asian Martial Arts and have been a huge Martial arts film fan since Samuria Sunday back in the 80’s. A film of this caliber should be shared. If Bruce Lee would of decided to not share the beauty of Asian Martial Arts with the rest of the world, it’s a good possiblity that Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Donny Yen and Even Tony Jaa would not have been as Big as they are today. There are very few American Martial Art film stars (Norris, Van Damne, Segal, Adkins) who have had the same impact that the Asian Martial Art Film World have had on the Martial Arts Community and the rest of the world. Martial artist and heavy duty action film fans like myself have no problem paying for good quality, Hardcore, Ass kicking Muay Boran. All the people want is an oppurtunity to buy the damn film to check out what looks like and awesome movie.

  2. when anon said there are very few americsn msrtial arts actors he is right becaue van damme – belgium, adkins – english so out of the four he named 2 weren’t american anyway ha ha

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