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Vicellous Reon Shannon,
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Warren P. Sonoda
Respect is earned by those who are willing to die for a worthy cause. While all men crave respect, few ever find their battlefield. For Johnny Sanchez, war happens in the ring, on the RED CANVAS. What are you willing to die for? Written by
I have only seen the Red Canvas The Movie and I have seen pieces of Art of Submission films! From what I have seen so far, if you don't watch it, then you're missing out on a unique opportunity to watch film and get a feel for a movie that is filmed, produced, and edited by many people in the martial arts community. I also like the film because it shows a guy that has been paying for a lot of mistakes and he feels like he's in a no win situation, and his family pushes him to grow up and take the on responsibility to support his family, to become good father and a good husband to his wife. The movie shows how this guy turns his life around with hard work and sweat.
Personally, I can't wait to see the final version of Art of Submission Films.
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