Bangkok Revenge

(2012)

Manit (Jon Foo) witnessed the murder of his parents when he was just 10 years old. The killers shot him in the head, but he miraculously survived. However, the damage to his brain left him unable to experience regular human emotions. A martial arts master saved him and took him in. Twenty years later, Manit has become a master of martial arts himself. He returns to the scene of the crime, seeking justice.

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Bangkok Revenge’ 'Bar Fight' Clip

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Bangkok Revenge’ 'Bar Fight' Clip

China Lion Entertainment has provided us with an exclusive clip from Bangkok Revenge, director Jean-Marc Minéo's action-thriller hitting theaters today, September 14. Jon Foo stars as Manit, a martial arts expert seeking vengeance for the death of his parents. Take a look at this scene where Manit is forced to show off his skills after being tricked into finishing a bar fight.

Manit (Jon Foo) witnessed the murder of his parents when he was just 10 years old. The killers shot him in the head, but he miraculously survived. However, the damage to his brain left him unable to experience regular human emotions. A martial arts master saved him and took him in. Twenty years later, Manit has become a master of martial arts himself. He returns to the scene of the crime, seeking justice.

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