Thai title: โอวตี๋ 2
Main actor: Samat PhayakArun,White Padungkan,Tongchai Prasongsanti
Main actress: Trirak Rakkarndee,Marasri Isarangkul
Thai movie โอวตี๋ 2 was released in year 1990 and last 1h30mn. It was released under VCD format by Lepso Co Ltd and previously under VHS format (1h34mn). Movie โอวตี๋ part 1 was released in year 1986. Main actor changed from Chatchai Plengpanich to สามารถ พยัคฆ์อรุณ. Oti (สามารถ พยัคฆ์อรุณ - Samat PhayakArun) is released from prison. He is a former ruffian (วงการนักเลง). His son is tall now. His mother is played by Marasri Isarangkul. His wife is sick, but she hides it. Local mafia leader Saeng asks help from him but Oti refuses (นักเลงหัวไม้). Former colleagues and enemies (ศัตรูเก่า) are looking for troubles with Oti. It is hard for Oti to have a new life as former people still try to interact with him. Oti is hired by Saeng to get rid of godfather (เจ้าพ่อ) Seua. Oti accepts for a last time and asks not to be disturbed anymore. Young lady Trirak Rakkarndee is ordered by Saeng to follow Oti and to ensure the job is done properly. She starts to appreciate Oti but Oti is married. Saeng has promised to leave him alone but... Oti kills godfather Seua while his powerful hitman Dam is out of town. Saeng wishes to get rid of Oti as he doesn't want to join him. Trirak tries to warn Oti but he is not willing to listen as he is worried Trirak will cause misunderstanding with his wife. Saeng's team puts a bomb under his car. Oti and his son escape to death but his wife and mother die. He shelters his son in his close friend Seeoui’s home (Tongchai Prasongsanti). It is revenge time for Oti. ไอ้ Dam also wishes to revenge Seua and kill Oti. Among Saeng's team, there is also ไวท์ ผดุงการ (White Padungkan). To force Oti, Saeng kidnaps his son. Trirak still wishes to help Oti despite his refusal. Oti finally accepts and both storm Saeng’s place. Heavy fighting and shooting occur. Ruffians are defeated. Saeng and Dam are killed. Oti surrenders to Police and is sent back to jail with Trirak.
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