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‘Kingdom of War’ Part 1 and 2 Come to Blu-ray June 7th

During a time of epic change and liberation, one novice Buddhist monk turned prince breaks away from tyranny to declare sovereignty for Siam when Kingdome of War Part 1 & 2 arrives on Blu-ray and DVD June 7 from Magnolia Home Entertainment under the Magnet Releasing label. The action packed film is based on the historical true story of King Naresuan the Great, who liberated the Siamese from the control of Burma, changing the destiny of a nation.  Loaded with massive battle scenes, over-the-top production and lavish costumes, the Kingdom of War Part 1 & 2 is available on Blu-ray Disc and DVD and features bonus materials including a making-of, behind the scenes and an international trailer.   The two-disc sets will be available for the suggested retail prices of $29.98 and $26.98, respectively. Kingdom of War Part 1 & 2 can also be purchased separately on Blu-ray Disc and DVD for the suggested retail prices of $26.98 and $19.98, respectively.
THE MOST EXPENSIVE PRODUCTION BUDGET IN
THAI CINEMA, ONE OF THAILANDS HIGHEST
GROSSING BOX OFFICE FILMS

KINGDOM OF WAR PART 1 & 2

From The Company Behind The Ong Bak Franchise, The Protector And Born To
Fight, The Epic True Story KINGDOM OF WAR PART 1 & 2 Debuts On Blu-ray
Disc And DVD June 7 From Magnolia Home Entertainment Under The Magnet

Synopsis

The most expensive production budget in Thai Cinema history and one of Thailand’s highest grossing box office films ever,
KINGDOM OF WAR PART I & II is an epic historical action film about King Naresuan the Great, who liberated the Siamese from the control of Burma, changing the destiny of a nation.
Part I depicts Naresuan’s boyhood, when he was taken hostage by Burmese King Bayinnaung to keep the vassal Ayutthaya Kingdom subservient.
During this time, he was a novice Buddhist monk under the tutelage of the wise father-figure monk Sorapong Chatree.  Part II portrays Naresuan as a young adult prince, already a formidable military strategist, as he leads his army on exploits against deserting kingdoms for King Bayinnaung’s successor, King Nonthabureng, and then eventually breaks away to declare sovereignty for Siam.
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