Hurts Like Hell is a drama miniseries inspired by real incidents of match-fixing that uncover the wounds of the Muay Thai world where the pain is manifested in the body and minds of the players.
Hurts Like Hell will be released on Netflix on July 13.
Cast and creators
- Nat Kitcharit
- Tammanoon Sakcharoen
- Vithaya Pansringarm
- Chonnikan Netjui
- Thaneth Warakulnukroh
- Nopachai Chaiyanam
Directed by Kittichai Wanprasert
Written by Siwat Decharat
Produced by Pattana Junjareonsuk
“From illegal gambling to match-fixing, discover the seedy underworld behind the once-revered sport of Muay Thai in this drama inspired by real events.”
It is a 4-episode miniseries inspired by the nasty world of match-fixing involved in the Muay Thai sport, especially in Asia. It is a fictionalized series, but also involves interviews of real players and coaches giving it a docu-fiction genre.
The trailer introduces the world of boxing where players are mere pawns of the underworld gambling business. The coaches are the driving factor of what a boxer will become but the day a player will be born and will die, is decided by someone else’s money.
A thrilling look into the dark world of Muay Thai where players are mentally tortured and coaches lay helpless. The documentary look of the miniseries involves real statements from real players and teachers of boxing.