|Directed by||Panna Rittikrai1|
|Screenplay by||Jonathon Siminoe|
|Distributed by||Sahamongkol Film International|
|Running time||105 minutes|
A group of martial arts students are holding a party due to winning a contest to star in a Hollywood film, but they all get roofied (drinks laced with knockout drugs) while celebrating. When they wake up, some of their friends have been kidnapped and they soon find a group of assassins coming after them and that the contest might not have been what it seemed. The only way to survive is to fight their way out.
- 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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