Slim muscular women, with bare midriffs, demonstrate kuo shu martial arts, fighting with long sticks in front of sleazy rich men. It's an art performed as entertainment; but, when violence ... See full summary »
Slim muscular women, with bare midriffs, demonstrate kuo shu martial arts, fighting with long sticks in front of sleazy rich men. It's an art performed as entertainment; but, when violence breaks out within the troupe, Tyler (the best fighter) leaves. After the death of the troupe's master, the dish-water blond Tyler returns to face honey-blond Morgan, whom Tyler suspects is the cause of both the violence and their teacher's demise. In the practice room, barefoot and armed only with a long stick, they fight to the death. Is it good-bye Tyler? Written by
I watched this not 10 minutes ago. First off, the story line is really thin. I know it's a short, but six minutes is long enough to put at least a good story line in there.
This film was made to raise money for a feature film of the same story. For the short I imagine that they didn't have much money to work with, but most independent filmmakers could make a great short film with less than $300. It didn't seem like they were too concerned with the story and just wanted to make "cool" fight scenes and from looking at the website, I believe that even more.
Even for an independent film it was edited badly. More than a few shots didn't match. If I was a producer and I watched this I wouldn't want to put money in the feature. If this is what I have to look forward to then I might as well throw my money into the gutter. I would not recommend this to anyone. Just my 2 cents.
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