Tukky is a young, princess-obsessed woman who works a stall in a unique and colorful market alley where the vendors dress up like the things they are selling. A woman selling flip-flop sandals has a dress made of them. And the star of the market is a perfume salesgirl (Natalie Davis), who dresses like a Playboy bunny. Tukky, whose mirror shatters when she asks who is the fairest of them all, sells frogs. She is the frog princess, with a wicker crown and a princess-style dress made out of pa kao mah, the plaid cloth that's worn as a sarong by Northeastern Thai farmers. Her frogs are huge, fairly believable CGI creations. I half expected her cane-toad-sized amphibian friend to jump up and start singing and dancing "The Michigan Rag" in tribute to the Merrie Melodies short, One Froggy Evening. But it's a frog-shaped pendant that captures the attention of a group of men dressed in elaborate, if ill-fitting, 18th-century-style military uniforms. And another group of men are after Tukky.