Acclaimed Thai action director Prachya Pinkaew helms this martial arts drama, which follows Zen (JeeJa Yanin), a young autistic woman who discovers that she has the uncanny ability to absorb precision fighting skills just by watching martial arts movies. When her cancer-ridden mother's creditors come calling, Zen attempts to settle the debts by standing up to a hardnosed gang of criminals who have wrongfully swindled money from her family.

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

An autistic teenager discovers her martial arts prowess in this Thai movie, named for her beloved M&Ms, that anyone familiar with autistic children will find hilarious. It's like watching Forrest Gump using tae kwon do in a movie called Dr Pepper.

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