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ชะตาคน
ชะตาคน

Year: 1990

Thai title: ชะตาคน
English title:

Rating: 3/5
Director:

Main actor: Choomporn Theppitak
Main actress: Darin Kornsakoon

Sia, local godfather, tries to corrupt a judge in a drugs case. As the judge refused, he gets killed (ไม่ยอมรับสินบน). Chem, his son, comes back from overseas. As the police is too slow, Chem takes his own revenge. He gets a list from his friend Thep regarding people that had issues with his father. Chem meets Kaet, a young lady, whose father is a small godfather. Chem has high interest into Kaet. Chem wishes to clean Thai society from bad people. He first check some liars pretending getting money for Buddhist temples (บริจาค). Those people harm Thai buddhism (จรทำร้ายศาสนา). Thep (รับจ้าง - คนกลาง) gets the job as middleman but Chem (มือปืน), the hitman, does the dirty job and gets paid. Chem always gives the money to a Buddhist temple. Kaet's father is threatened by Suthon, another mafiosi, who tries to force him to give his daughter as wife. The father uses Thep to find a solution to get rid of Suthon. Chem shall do the dirty job but doesn't want any money. Kaet sees him but Chem refuses to acknowledge his involvement. Kaet uses his name for a temple donation to thank him. Godfather (เจ้าพ่อ) Sunsit wants to get rid of Kaet's father. Chem refuses (ไม่ยอมรวมมือ) the job due to his personal honor code. Sunsit is unhappy that the hitman refuses the job and forces Thep to give his name by threatening his younger sister. Thep has to give up and is finally killed. Chem is shot and injured. Chen still wishes to clean society from bad people (สมควรตาย) but finally promises to Kaet to stop when Thep will be revenged. He finally punishes Sunsit and surrenders to the police to the despair of Kaet. Chem is played by actor พงษ์ศักดิ์ สวนศรี , who is more famous for his "Like" theatrical performances. (Nota: As often with Lepso Studio, the cover given with the VCD is wrong and belongs to another movie!).

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