When police officer Alvin loses both his star witness and his wife to drug kingpin (and ninja assassin) Rudolph, he vows to get revenge. Travelling to Hong Kong, hot on Rudolph's trail, he ... See full summary »

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Alphonse Beni ...
Alvin
Stuart Smith ...
Rudolph
Grant Temple ...
Norman
Nathalie Mandière
Geoffrey Brown
Scott Smith
Jens Hereov
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Angerer Rainer
Ian Harling
Ricky Shaw
Bartl Markus
Chris Larris
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When police officer Alvin loses both his star witness and his wife to drug kingpin (and ninja assassin) Rudolph, he vows to get revenge. Travelling to Hong Kong, hot on Rudolph's trail, he teams up with local investigators Gordon, Vivian and Jackie. Meanwhile, a young street punk named Edmund is hunting for the man who killed his father. Could they all possibly be searching for the same person? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Alphonse Beni approached director Godfrey Ho about making the movie at the Cannes Film Festival. Beni was a distributor for Ho's movies in Cameroon, and expressed interest in making a film with Ho if he were allowed to be the star. Ho agreed, so long as Beni financed the movie himself. In the future, Ho would jokingly comment how lousy he thought the finished product was. See more »

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If you haven't seen yet Ninja: Silent Assassin ; you haven't seen yet the worst movie of the entire world.
30 October 2003 | by (France) – See all my reviews

This movie is THE WORST MOVIE I've ever seen. And the worst in EVERY field : -worst actor -worst history -worst words (for me in french ..... but I think the original version is not so better that french version) -worst choreograph

Conclusion : It's my favourite movie. Recommandation : You must see it.


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