As part of their campaign to “bring happiness back to the Thai people”, the military junta in Thailand has requested for the patriotic movie King Naresuan to be shown to the public free of charge. The producers and cinema owners have agreed to do this. The free showing will take place on Sunday 15 June 2014 at 11 a.m. at 160 cinemas across the country. There are about 35,000 tickets available. People interested should show up at least 30 minutes before the show. Only one ticket per person and they will be available until they run out. The movie tells the story of a 16th century Ayutthaya king fighting to free his country from the Burmese. The movie has already made 150 Million Baht in its first eleven days of release.