Dang Bireley's and Young Gangsters Trailer

Dang Bireley's and Young Gangsters Trailer (1997)

01 January 1997 Drama, Action 110 mins

Nonzee recreates the life of a notorious late-1950s gangster. Dang Bireley's (nicknamed after his favorite soda-pop) had Elvis and James Dean fixations and lived predictably fast and died predictably young. He first killed a man at the age of 13, and became famous in Phra Nakorn as a Chinese protection racketeer from the age of 18. Everything swung his way until one of Thailand's many coups d'etat imposed martial law and drove the city's gangsters up-country. Dang and his loyal cohort Piak had little trouble facing down the local hicks, but bristled when forced to operate a long side their arch-enemy Pu, known as Bottle-Bomb.

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Jesdaporn Pholdee

as Dang Bireley

Champagne X

as Vallapa

Supakorn Kitsuwon

as Pu Bottlebomb

Attaporn Teemakorn

as Piak Visutkrasat

Nonzee Nimibutr

as Director


International Releases Dates

Thailand 17 May 1997

United States 01 January 1997

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