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Director  Ml Bhandevanov Devakul
Running time  1h 30m
Country  Thailand
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Music director  Chatchai Pongprapaphan
Language  Thai
Movie poster of The Outrage, a 2011 Thai Drama movie featuring Chermarn Boonyasak, Ananda Everingham, Mario Maurer, Petchtai Wongkamlao, and Pongpat Wachirabunjong (from left to right).

Release date  September 22, 2011 (2011-09-22)
Initial release  September 8, 2011 (Thailand)
Initial DVD release  September 14, 2012 (Thailand)
Cast  Ananda Everingham (Chao La Fa), Chermarn Boonyasak (Kham Kaeo), Mario Maurer (Monk (Anond)), Dom Heatrakul (Sing Kham), Petchtai Wongkamlao (Lumberjack), Pongpat Wachirabunjong (Undertaker)


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The Outrage or U mong pa meung is a 2011 Thai Drama movie starring Mario Maurer and Petchtai Wongkamlao. This movie was released in Thailand on September 11, 2011. This movie was directed by M.L. Pundhevanop Dhewakul.

Contents

Ananda Everingham, Chermarn Boonyasak, and Dom Heatrakul (from left to right). Ananda was tied by a rope and sitting on the ground with a mouth covering, Chermarn is standing with her hands tied on a bamboo tree, while Dom is standing and holding his sword pointed at Chermarn with bamboo trees in the background from a movie scene of The Outrage, a 2011 Thai Drama movie. Ananda is wearing an army green shirt over a long maroon cardigan and a tri-colored skirt. Chermarn is wearing a white tube top and a pink printed skirt while Dom has body tattoos, and a cloth covering his head and is topless wearing printed short tights.

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Plot

Ananda Everingham and Mario Maurer are talking in a movie scene from The Outrage, a 2011 Thai Drama movie.

In the wake of a heated murder trial, a young monk seeks refuge from a storm in a deserted burial tunnel, where a conversation with a poor man and a beggar reveals three distinctly different versions of the events leading up to the killing. A warlord has been murdered, and as the trial gets underway the testimonies of his wife, the bandit Singh Khan and a shaman with the power to call on the victim's spirit only serve to obscure the truth, rather than clarifying it. Deeply perplexed after hearing all of the testimonies, a young monk embarks on a journey to seek his father's counsel as a storm blows in. Fortunately for him, a nearby burial tunnel provides a place to rest until the storm has passed. In the process of seeking shelter, the monk crosses paths with a common man who also testified at the trial. Later, the two men are joined by an elderly beggar who engages them both in a heated discussion about the trial. Over the course of their conversation, the stories of the wife, the bandit, and the shaman are all recounted in great detail, revealing the personal agendas of all three. Later, as the stories draw to a close and the clouds begin to clear, the troubled young monk grows increasingly perplexed by the nature of the truth not only as it applies to the trial, but the very core of his belief system as well.

Cast

Movie poster of The Outrage, a 2011 Thai Drama movie featuring Chermarn Boonyasak, Ananda Everingham, Mario Maurer, Petchtai Wongkamlao, and Pongpat Wachirabunjong (from left to right).

  • Mario Maurer as Monk
  • Petchtai Wongkamlao as Woodcutter
  • Pongpat Wachirabunjong as Undertaker
  • Ananda Everingham as Warlord
  • Laila Boonyasak as Warlord's Wife
  • Dom Hetrakul as Bandit

  • Ananda Everingham with a serious face, with an arrow and bow in a movie scene from The Outrage, a 2011 Thai Drama movie. He is wearing a purple cloth on his head, and a multi-colored robe while at the back, Chermarn Boonyasak sitting and wearing a pink and white dress.

    Movie poster of The Outrage, a 2011 Thai movie featuring Ananda Everingham with a serious face, wearing a cloth on his head, with a flower on his ear, and wearing a multi-colored robe.

    Dom Heatrakul with a serious face while hiding at the back of a tree with a forest in the background, holding a sword and wearing a brown cloth on his head in a movie scene from The Outrage, a 2011 Thai Drama movie. He has body tattoos and is topless.

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    Movie poster of The Outrage, a 2011 Thai Drama movie featuring Pongpat Wachirabunjong, Petchtai Wongkamlao, Mario Maurer, Ananda Everingham, and Chermarn Boonyasak (from left to right).

    The words "The Outrage" is written in Thai.

    DVD cover of The Outrage, a 2011 Thai Drama movie.

    References

    The Outrage (2011 film) Wikipedia
    The Outrage (2011 film) IMDb The Outrage (2011 film) themoviedb.org