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‘4 Kings 2’ Netflix Movie Review - Exploring the World of Drugs and Revenge

After a fellow student is attacked, Bang vows to take revenge for him. Will he succeed in his mission?

Neerja Choudhuri - Tue, 21 May 2024 18:58:41 +0100 800 Views
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The film picks up where the previous installment left off, diving deeper into the tensions between rival student groups. The conflict is reignited when Tummeng, a student from Kanokarcheewa, is brutally attacked and left with severe injuries. This incident fuels the anger and desire for revenge among his fellow Kanokarcheewa students. Bang, their leader, vows to take revenge against the students from Buranabondh, their longstanding adversaries.

However, the plan to retaliate does not unfold smoothly. Bang ends up getting caught, leaving his sister, Bung, in a desperate position where she must find ways to save him, resorting to all means necessary to secure his freedom.

Amidst the escalating feud between the students of Kanokarcheewa and Buranabondh, a new player emerges—Yat, an unlettered gangster whose presence adds an unpredictable element to the fray. Yat, often perceived as a troublemaker who abstains from education and dabbles in drug dealing, harbors a complex inner world. Despite his rough exterior, Yat is deeply affected by the ongoing violence, particularly because it once ensnared his grandfather, resulting in his paralysis.

Yat's personal vendetta against the cycle of violence and his hidden empathy for the students trapped in this conflict drive his actions, making him a pivotal figure in the unfolding drama. His struggle between his outwardly rebellious persona and his inner turmoil underscores the intricate dynamics of loyalty, revenge, and redemption that the film explores.

The ultimate question looms: Who will emerge victorious in this turbulent battle? Will Yat, with his unorthodox methods and hidden depth, rise to supremacy? Can Bang achieve justice for his grievously injured comrade and lead his peers to triumph? Will Bang’s sister save him?

As the tension between the Kanokarcheewa and Buranabondh students reaches a boiling point, the stakes become higher than ever. Each decision, each confrontation, pushes them closer to a definitive conclusion. The resolution of this conflict will not only determine the fate of the students but also the future of their fractured community.

"4 Kings 2" delves deeply into a very sensitive and poignant topic, exploring the dark and often tragic paths some students take when their futures go astray. The film addresses the harsh realities of youth entangled in drugs and consumed by a relentless thirst for revenge. Through its narrative, it sheds light on the destructive consequences these choices have on the students themselves and the profound impact on their families. Parents, siblings, and loved ones are shown grappling with their anguish and helplessness as they witness the downward spiral of those they care about.

The acting by the cast is very powerful especially Somphol Rungpanich as Bang and Ukrit Willibrord Dongabriel as Yat. They got into the very skin of their characters and delivered an amazing performance. However a word of caution, if you aren’t into drugs and violence, kindly refrain from watching this movie as it is filled with such scenes very openly.

Final Score- [7.5/10]
Reviewed by - Neerja Choudhuri
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Publisher at Midgard Times



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