Act 3: The Warrior with Broken Swords
With the collapse of Ayudhaya, Thai people are dispersed and scattered. The enemy keeps its offensive move with the hope to take other cities of Siam into its custody. At one of the most aggressive battles in the history, a warrior who fights with both swords in his hands leads the army of soldiers to defend the city.
At the climax, one of his swords is broken by the attack of the enemy. Despite the broken sword, the warrior fights on using different parts of his body as a shield and a weapon until a turn-of-the-event incident happens in the middle of the battle. What will happen to the broken-sword warrior? What does the man gain from such loss?