The World's Greatest Spin Kick

This, apparently, is a scene from the 2003 movie Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior. Is there a reason why the hero's legs are on fire? Is there a plot? Should we care? No. A movie that includes this scene and 89 minutes of a blank screen is worth watching.

Trailer of Awesomeness -via Kotaku

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It actually had a pretty good plot surrounding the value of his religion. Tony Jaa has some impressive scenes, such as a, I think, 7 minute continuous fight scene. No cuts. That's right, no cuts, no camera angle changes, no wires.
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There are several awesome fight sequences in this film and they are all shot in single take format. Tony Jaa does every thing you see in the movie. The massive brawl at the beginning in a giant tree is incredible.
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Eh, as someone who loves Muay Thai, I have to say that gentlemen's kicking leg was poorly morphed, LOL. I think the smoke and fire was to cover the fact that that they switched his kicking leg on the second half spin.
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