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Director  Prachya Pinkaew
Duration  
Initial DVD release  May 17, 2011 (USA)
Country  Thailand United States
5/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Crime, Fantasy
Running time  1h 32m
Writer  Kevin Bernhardt
Language  English Thai
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Release date  April 8, 2011 (2011-04-08)
Producers  Djimon Hounsou, Daniel Bernhardt, Tom Waller, Humberto Arechiga, Frank DeMartini, Peter Safran, Sally Lear
Cast  Kevin Bacon (Jimmy the Brit), Djimon Hounsou (Curtie Church), Jirantanin Pitakporntrakul (Mae), Weeraprawat Wongpuapan (Boss Katha), Apichart Chusakul (Advisor Bhun), Suteerush Channukool (Number Two)
Similar movies  Sahajak Boonthanakit appears in Elephant White and Only God Forgives
Tagline  Set your sights on revenge

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Elephant White is a 2011 American action-thriller film starring Djimon Hounsou and Kevin Bacon. Filming took place in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Plot

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American assassin Curtie Church (Hounsou) is completing a job in Thailand when 18-year-old child prostitute, Mae, witnesses Church killing a group of her captors, the Chang Cao gang, and afterwards framing the Jong Ang Gang for the murders. Church collects his payment for the job from his client, Rajahdon, whose daughter was murdered. Church travels to his hideout near a monastery and within sight of Kitty Kat, a Jong Ang Gang club. While Church is eating, Mae arrives. After interrogating her, he ties her up and gags her. Church has strange dreams of Mae, then awakes in the monastery. He leaves immediately and kills the snipers watching the club of his weapons dealer, Jimmy (Bacon), taking one of their cellphones. Church arranges a meeting with Rajahdon, but hides outside until Rajahdon leaves. Church follows him back to a brothel and pays for a room. After entering the room, he asks the girl if Rajahdon is the boss and where he is. He sees Mae riding a white elephant toward him and wakes up at his hideout. He tells Mae his business is finished in Bangkok. Church then wakes up and it is revealed the previous fight sequence was all just a dream.

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Boss Katha and Advisor Bhun discuss how to find Church when Rajahdon walks in. It is then revealed that Rajahdon is Katha's son. The planned assassination of Bhun and the gang war was secretly intended by Rajhadoon as a means for him to ascend to power. With Bhun out of the way, Rajhadon would kill Church and win himself back into his fathers good graces. Rajahdon says he will take care of Church himself. Church calls Jimmy to tell him he's leaving, but wants Jimmy to take care of Mae. Jimmy tells Rajahdon that Church is leaving, but Rajahdon still wants to kill Church to assure his position as successor to Boss Katha. Church drives to the gang headquarters and crashes through the wall into the room where Boss Katha and Advisor Bhun are. Church holds Katha hostage while Jimmy and Rajahdon arrive. Church begins to tell Katha about the bounty Rajahdon placed on Bhun, so Rajahdon tries to shoot him, but Jimmy kills Rajahdon first. The guards then shoot Jimmy. Church takes a picture of Mae off the wall and Katha says she was the first girl he brought in. Bhun says that was thirty years ago. Church is confused, but agrees to a deal for all of Katha's girls. Jimmy and Church leave with the girls, but Church tells Jimmy he has to go back. Jimmy says he will make sure the girls get help.

Cast

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  • Djimon Hounsou as Curtie Church
  • Kevin Bacon as Jimmy the Brit
  • Jirantanin Pitakporntrakul as Mae
  • Weeraprawat Wongpuapan as Boss Katha
  • Abhijati 'Meuk' Jusakul as Advisor Bhun
  • Sahajak Boonthanakit as Rajahdon
  • Ron Smoorenburg as Bodyguard
  • Byron Gibson as Bodyguard
  • Marketing

    At the beginning of the film, in a shot showcasing Bangkok is a billboard advertising The Expendables, which was also made by Nu Image/Millennium Films the previous year.

    Home media

    The film was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on May 17, 2011.

    References

    Elephant White Wikipedia
    Elephant White IMDb Elephant White themoviedb.org


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