Chocolate star Jija Yanin uses a revolutionary new form of martial arts to take down a human trafficking ring so formidable that Thailand authorities are powerless to stop it. Girls are vanishing all over Thailand, the unfortunate victims of a gang that kidnaps rich girls for ransom and organ harvesting. Enter Neu (Yanin), a wandering musician who was abandoned by her parents as a young girl, and left to fend for herself on the streets. Upon encountering a mysterious group of young fighters, Neu learns how to combine Muay Thai, drunken boxing, and hip-hop dance techniques in a way that gives her the upper-hand over almost any opponent. Now, the same organization that once terrorized her entire nation is about to crumble, one broken, bleeding henchman at a time.~Jason Buchanan
Ji Ja Yanin once again rules the screen. This is film features Yanin learning a unique martial art style that is a hybrid of Capoeira and drunken fist boxing. She works together with a group of outcasts to abolish a group of criminals that kidnap unsuspecting women. The role that Yanin plays is a far cry from her character in the movie "Chocolate". I would have to say that this was a very good follow up to her starring debut.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Bangkok is no stranger for great martial arts and this is another great example.