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GUNMAN

Thailand, 1983 (MIFF 1994, Prince Chatri Retrospective)

Director: Chatrichalerm Yukol

Best friends are forced to face each other in a violent confrontation when one joins the police force and the other becomes a criminal. An action-packed adventure film which is also an indictment of the prevailing gun culture in Thailand.

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