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Jam has been raised by the monks at a temple. He's in love with a girl but her mother doesn't think so highly of him because he's just a temple assistant. In order to allow her daughter to marry, he must get her some peculiar items from Thai folklore ghosts; the claws of phi pob, the intestines of phi krasue, the pestle of phi krathang, the eyes of phi pret, the fangs of a vampire, the head of headless ghost, and the placenta from the ghost of a pregnant woman. Jam is determined to find these impossible items for the love of his girl.

  1. Phongsakon Chubua

    Director, Writer

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  1. Kom Chauncheun

  2. Nui Cherm-Yim

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Sith Wat Wing Na Tang
Sith Wat Wing Na Tang

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Original Title ศิษย์วัดวิ่งหน้าตั้ง รุ่นยืนยังเซ

Status Released

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  • January 17, 2011
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 36m

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