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Gael Garcia Bernal Toplines Alonso Ruizpalacios’ ‘Museum’ (Exclusive)

Gael Garcia Bernal Toplines Alonso Ruizpalacios’ ‘Museum’ (Exclusive)
Gael Garcia Bernal is toplining Alonso Ruizpalacios’ second feature, “Museum” (“Museo”).

Not unlike Ruizpalacios’ breakout hit, “Gueros,” “Museo” is a coming-of-age story, this time within a heist-road movie based on real events in the ‘80s. “Museo” recounts the circumstances behind the theft of pre-Hispanic artifacts from Mexico City’s National Museum of Anthropology and the shocking discovery that the thieves turned out to be two young men from the suburbs, instead of what was assumed to be the work of an international ring of art thieves.

On board as executive producers are Garcia Bernal, Anant Singh and Brian Cox of Distant Horizon and Moises Cosio of Detalle Films. Distant Horizon will handle international sales.

“We established a relationship with Distant Horizon when we collaborated on Ralph Ziman’s “Kite,” Atom Egoyan’s “Remember” and “Un padre no tan padre,” said producer Gerardo Gatica of Panorama Global who estimates that the
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India Eisley, Jason Isaacs Starring in Thriller ‘Behind the Glass’

India Eisley, Jason Isaacs Starring in Thriller ‘Behind the Glass’
India Eisley, Jason Isaacs, and Harrison Gilbertson will star in the independent thriller “Behind the Glass,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Israeli filmmaker Assaf Bernstein, “The Debt” helmer, is making his North American directorial debut. Shooting is set to begin this November in Winnipeg.

The production companies are Ace in the Hole Productions, Primary Wave Entertainment, and Dana Lustig Productions. Producers are Gig Kaplan, co-founder of wix.com; Brad Kaplan (“Mr. Church”), and Dana Lustig (“Brick”).

Eisley will play a shy and reclusive 18-year-old high school girl alienated by her parents and known as an outcast by her peers. Her only confidant is her own reflection in the mirror, from which she derives comfort, a sense of belonging, and ultimately, her own demise.

Isaacs, best known for playing Lucius Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” films, will portray her father. Gilbertson will play a young man torn between the love of his girlfriend and her best friend.
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New Generation of Mexican Filmmakers Reaches Out to Europe, U.S.

New Generation of Mexican Filmmakers Reaches Out to Europe, U.S.
Over the past decade, Mexican filmmakers, producers and production companies have galvanized the country’s cinema industry with radical, sometimes brutal movies. Now, that wave — Carlos Reygadas, Fernando Eimbcke, Amat Escalante, Gerardo Naranjo, shingles Canana, Mantarraya and Cine Pantera — has become a new talent tsunami with a second generation riding along, broadening Mexico’s industry base and recent trophy trawl.

Mexico’s first wave boasts some of Mexico’s biggest movie achievements: Cannes director awards for Reygadas (2012’s “Post Tenebras Lux”) and then Escalante (2013’s “Heli”). Those helmers still promise some of Mexico’s biggest big fest and market films: the upcoming “Where Life Is Born” from Reygadas and “The Untamed” from Escalante, Canana’s crime/corruption thriller “The Black Minutes,” with Oscar-nominated Demian Bichir (“A Better Life”) and Diego Luna.

“I’ve been telling a lot of independent U.S. directors that it’s easier to shoot in Mexico,
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Watch: Barry Gibb Composes Original Song for Berlin Film Festival’s ‘Shepherds and Butchers’ (Exclusive)

Watch: Barry Gibb Composes Original Song for Berlin Film Festival’s ‘Shepherds and Butchers’ (Exclusive)
Producer Anant Singh revealed Tuesday that Barry Gibb, co-founder of the Bee Gees, has composed the song “Angels” for Oliver Schmitz’s “Shepherds and Butchers,” which will have its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival on Feb. 13.

Shepherds and Butchers,” which stars Steve Coogan (“Philomena”), Andrea Riseborough (“Birdman”) and Garion Dowds, is set at a time when apartheid is crumbling in South Africa. A hotshot lawyer faces his biggest test when he agrees to defend a white prison guard who has killed seven black men. What ensues is a compelling charge against the death penalty itself, in a case that changed history.

Gibb explained what spurred him to write the song: “We were just inspired by the film. The very thought of the way we all treat each other, and the inhumanity that we all tend to experience as a culture really struck us as profound, and of course,
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Watch: Steve Coogan Takes On Racial Injustice in Exclusive 'Shepherds and Butchers' Trailer

Watch: Steve Coogan Takes On Racial Injustice in Exclusive 'Shepherds and Butchers' Trailer
Read More: 2016 Berlin International Film Festival Adds to Panorama Section With Ira Sachs' 'Little Men' and More South African director Oliver Schimtz is bringing his first English-language feature, "Shepherds and Butchers," to the Berlin International Film Festival, and Indiewire has the exclusive trailer for the drama above. The film stars Steve Coogan and Garion Dowds and comes from producers Anant Singh ("Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom") and Brian Cox (“Kite"). Inspired by true events, the story is set into motion after Leon, a white 19-year-old prison guard, kills seven black prisoners. Lawyer John Weber (Steve Coogan) takes on his case and uncovers how twisted and backwards the South African legal system is. "It’s a film about young people taken by a society, taught how to kill and then left to their own devices," explains Schmitz in an official statement. "It’s very much about apartheid, but equally it could be.
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Inarritu, Reygadas Back Emiliano Rocha Minter’s ‘We Are the Flesh’ (Exclusive)

Inarritu, Reygadas Back Emiliano Rocha Minter’s ‘We Are the Flesh’ (Exclusive)
The Revenant” director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu and Carlos Reygadas, whose 2002 debut “Japan” brought down the flag on a new generation of filmmakers that have revolutionized filmmaking in Mexico, are backing horror thriller “Tenemos la carne” (We Are the Flesh), a flagship title from another new wave of Mexican producers and directors.

Broadening its portfolio of envelope-pushing genre titles, Matteo Lovadina’s Paris-based sales company Reel Suspects has acquired world sales rights to “We Are the Flesh.” It will world premiere Feb. 2 at the Rotterdam Fest’s Bright Future section, with Reygadas on board as a co-producer and Inarritu committing to talk up the title to Mexico’s press. Post-production work was carried out at Reygadas’ Splendor Omnia ranch-facility nestling in the Mexican hills one-hour’s drive south of Mexico City. Apart from Reygadas, Splendor Omnia’s Natalia Lopez and Splendor Omnia take co-producer credits.

Mexican Emiliano Rocha Minter’s first feature,
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Mexico: Up Next! Gerardo Gatica, Alberto Muffelmann, Firing Up Latino Conglom Panorama Global

Mexico: Up Next! Gerardo Gatica, Alberto Muffelmann, Firing Up Latino Conglom Panorama Global
Los Cabos – Having sold holding BH5 Group, a producer of Atom Egoyan’s “Remember” and Rama de Teatro, Gatica and Muffelmann partnered with Moises Cosio to launch this March Panorama Global, an indie conglom integrating nine companies and ranges from development to film to theater, TV, commercials, production services and the production of digital content.

Panorama companies take in Cosio’s production outfit Detalle Films, whose credits include “Remember,” to Panorama Films, with Gatica as prexy, a company created to engage with Latino audiences, in Mexico and abroad, with more commercial titles; and micro-budget production house Endemia, to bring on new talent.

There are multiple projects in preparation. Up first at Panorama Films: “The Patriarch,” with a Mexican star cast.

“We need to reconcile good cinema with commercial cinema. There will probably be some key players outside Panorama who will make the project with us,” said Gatica.

Several top Mexican
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Riseborough joins Coogan apartheid drama

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Riseborough joins Coogan apartheid drama
Exclusive: Andrea Riseborough joins Shepherds and Butchers ahead of June shoot.

Birdman star Andrea Riseborough is to star opposite Steve Coogan (Philomena) in apartheid drama Shepherds and Butchers.

WestEnd Films has launched Cannes sales on the project from Oliver Schmitz, director of 2012 Un Certain Regard entry Life, Above All, with shoot due to get underway in South Africa on June 15.

Cox’s script, adapted from the novel of the same name, sees a hotshot lawyer (Coogan) face his biggest test when he agrees to defend a white prison guard who has killed seven black men.

Anant Singh (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom) and Brian Cox (Kite) produce the drama for Distant Horizon and Videovision Entertainment. Sudhir Pragjee, Sanjeev Singh and Basil Ford are executive producers.

Production design and costume design come from District 9 duo Mike Berg and Diana Cilliers, respectively.

“The film deals with the death penalty, which is a controversial issue globally and we believe
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Steve Coogan to star in Apartheid drama 'Shepherds And Butchers'

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Steve Coogan to star in Apartheid drama 'Shepherds And Butchers'
Oliver Schmitz to direct Philomena star.

Steve Coogan (Philomena) is to star in Shepherds and Butchers, an apartheid-era drama about a jaded lawyer, who takes on a seemingly hopeless multiple murder case and uncovers scandalous shortcomings in South Africa’s capital punishment system.

The film will be directed by Oliver Schmitz, whose mother-daughter drama Life, Above All played in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard strand in 2010.

Anant Singh’s Distant Horizon will produce Shepherds and Butchers, which is due to shoot in South Africa in June and will be sold by WestEnd at Cannes.

Singh (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom) and Brian Cox (Kite) are producing for Distant Horizon and Videovision Entertainment.

Executive producers are Sudhir Pragjee, Sanjeev Singh and Basil Ford.

Singh said: “We are pleased to be working with WestEnd Films as Eve, Sharon and their team are passionate about our film. We have been friends for a long time and have acquired their films for distribution
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‘Happyish’ Star Steve Coogan Boards ‘Shepherds and Butchers’

‘Happyish’ Star Steve Coogan Boards ‘Shepherds and Butchers’
London — Steve Coogan, whose credits include Showtime’s “Happyish” and Oscar-nominated film “Philomena,” is to star in Distant Horizon’s “Shepherds and Butchers.” WestEnd Films will sell the pic at Cannes.

The film, which is directed by Oliver Schmitz (“Life, Above All”), follows jaded lawyer Johan Webber (Coogan), who takes on a seemingly hopeless multiple murder case, and uncovers scandalous shortcomings in South Africa’s capital punishment system, as he mounts a defense for a prison guard traumatized by the executions he took part in.

Distant Horizon’s Anant Singh (“Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom”) and Brian Cox (“Kite”) are producing for Distant Horizon and Videovision Entertainment, with Sudhir Pragjee, Sanjeev Singh and Basil Ford as executive producers.

Principal photography begins June 15 in South Africa.
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Bh5 Group Makes a Splash with 3 Impressive Films at Los Cabos Int'l Film Fest

Bh5 Group was in a unique position when they presented three films at recent Los Cabos International Film Festival. The burgeoning Mexican production-finance hub which co-produces Atom Egoyan’s upcoming “Remember,” has attached Alonso Ruiz Palacios, director of Güeros,"one of the most notable feature debuts of 2014, to direct “Museum.” The other Mexican production they are are behind is "You'll Know What To Do With Me," which stars Ilse Salas , one of the rising stars of Mexican cinema.

-"You'll Know What To Do With Me" is a part of the Works in Progress Competition starring award winning Spanish actor Pablo Derqui and Ilse Salas, who stars both in this year’s Oscar entry, “Cantinflas,” and big 2014 fest winner, “Güeros.”

-"Museum" is a project in development in the Co-Production Forum with Filmmaker Alfonso Ruizpalacios, whose recent debut film “Güeros” took Best First Feature in Berlin 2014 and Best New Director at Tribeca as well as multiple trophies at San Sebastian and Morelia.

-Atom Egoyan will offer a Master Class, during which the central theme will be about his new film "Remember," now in post-production. The chat will be moderated by Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director of Toronto International Film Festival, and the film director will be accompanied by his producer Robert Lantos and Gerardo Gatica, CEO of Bh5 Group, the Mexican company that holds Detalle Films, which participates in the executive production of "Remember." Bh5's head of production Alberto Müffelmann will also attend the festival in search of new projects and ventures as an "Industry Guest."

“You'll Know What To Do With Me" (Sabras Que Hacer Conmigo)

Mexico

Director: Katina Medina Mora

Production: Gerardo Gatica, Alberto Müffelmann, Rodrigo Trujillo, Jacobo Nazar, Moises Cosio

Section: Works in Progress Competition

Synopsis

In a mundane hospital hallway, fine arts photographer Nicolas, epileptic since childhood, falls for the aloof Isabel, unaware she is visiting her suicidal mother. The narrative begins through Nicolas's lens then cuts back to follow Isabel prior to their meeting. Their stories merge as they're suddenly engaged in a highly charged relationship. When the intense getting acquainted period wanes, it seems worth attempting to transcend respective flaws and demons, yet commitment is not something that comes easy to either of these resolutely independent people. Nico and Isabel find the future increasingly less foreseeable and the vivid present ever more deeply affecting.

“Museum" (Museo)

Mexico

Director: Alonso Ruiz Palacios

Production: Gerardo Gatica, Manuel Alcalá, Alberto Müffelman n

Section: Co-Production Forum Competition (Mexico-u.S.A.-Canada)

Synopsis

On December 25, 1985, adding to the chaos of September's earthquake, Mexico awakened with news of the theft of 140+ pieces from the capitol city's National Museum of Anthropology. The heist was perfectly executed, bypassing the guards who were busy celebrating Christmas Eve. No one imagined that the perpetrators of the robbery slept peacefully, nightly, in the suburb of Ciudad Satélite - veterinary students and lifelong friends, Carlos Perches and Ramon Sardina. The magnitude of the theft wildly exceeded the expectations of the thieves. Carlos and Ramon depart their comfortable life for an underworld adventure that drags them into the abyss.

"Remember"

Direcor: Atom Egoyan

"Remember" stars Academy Award Winners Christopher Plummer and Martin Landau, directed by Acadamy Award Nominee Atom Egoyan, produced by Golden Globe Nominee Robert Lantos. See pertinent info on page 31 of Lcff Industry Catalogue: http://issuu.com/cabosfilmfestival/docs/catalogo-industria2014-web

* Please Note: Bh5 has a production company credit on "Remember" is through Detalle Films (a company held by Bh5 Group), which participated in the executive production of "Remember."

Bh5 Company Profile

http://www.bh5group.com/

Bh5 Group is a conglomerate integrated by many production companies specialised in different areas of the entertainment business, including Detalle Films, Balero Films, Cacao Production Services, CoCo, Detalle TV and La Rama de Teatro. These companies have jointly or independently produced dozens of feature films, including "Nos Vemos Papá" by Lucía Carreras (Karlovy Vary 2012), "The Dance of Reality" by Alejandro Jodorowski (Cannes 2013), "Rezeta" by Fernando Frías (Slamdance Winner 2014), feature film "Kite" starring Samuel L. Jackson (2014), "Remember" (2014) by Atom Egoyan, among others.

Filmography

• "La Decisión del Presidente" (2007) - Documentary directed by Lucía Kaplan and Diego Delgado

• "Arresto Domiciliario" (2008) - Feature Film directed by Gabriel Retes

• "Jimigration" (2008) - Documentary directed by Fernando Frías de la Parra

• "Allá y en Tonses" (2010) - Feature Film by Angel Flores

• "Malaventura" (2011) - Feature Film directed by Carlos Rincones

• "Nos Vemos Papá" (2012) - by Lucía Carreras

• "Rezeta" (2013) - Feature Film directed by Fernando Frías de la Parra

• "95'" (2012) - Documentary directed by Renato Ornelas

• "Inner Dragons" (2013) - Short film directed by Fernando Frías de la Parra

• "Buoy" (2013) - Short Film directed by David Higgs

• "LuTo" (2013) - Feature Film directed by Katina Medina Mora

• "Kite" (2014) - Feature Film directed by Ralph Zimman

• "Contraluz" (2014) - Feature Film directed by Katina Medina Mora

• "Remember" (2014) - Feature Film directed by Atom Egoyan

Bh5 Partners: Gerardo Gatica (CEO), Moisés Cosío (Head of Project Development and New Businesses), Alberto Müffelmann (Head of Production - Detalle Films/Production Services), Rodrigo Trujillo (Head of Production - Balero Films/La Rama de Teatro), Jacobo Nazar (CFO). All five partners of Bh5Group come from different backgrounds, ranging from law to economics to industrial engineering.
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UK Trailer: "Robot Overlords"

Some films just come out of nowhere, and the trailer for one such project has arrived. The selling point? It's Gillian Anderson and Ben Kingsley taking on robot oppressors. Jon Wright, the filmmaker behind the solidly regarded indie creature feature "Grabbers," has co-written and directed the $21 million-budget "Robot Overlords".

Callan McAuliffe ("I Am Number Four," "Kite") leads the cast of this teen-skewing film in which Earth has been conquered by alien robots with human survivors essentially under house arrest - if they leave, an electronic implant will alert the robots who will then target them for incineration.

Amongst this, a gang of teenagers figure out how to deactivate theirs and head off in search of a father who has gone missing. Embankment Films is slated to release the film on March 19th in the United Kingdom.
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BH5 Group Backs Alonso Ruizpalacios’ ‘Museum’

BH5 Group, a burgeoning Mexican production-finance hub which co-produces Atom Egoyan’s upcoming “Remember,” has attached Alfonso Ruizpalacios, director of “Güeros,” one of the most notable feature debut of 2014, to direct “Museum.”

Written by Manuel Alcala, who originated the project, set up at BH5 Group and Detalle Films, part of the BH5 Group, and a step-up in scale for Ruizpalacios, the story of the extraordinary-but-true 1985 heist of 140 objects, some priceless, from Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology, will be pitched at Mexico’s Los Cabos Festival.

Kicking off next Wednesday, Los Cabos will also see Egoyan present “Remember” and BH5 Group showcase a third title, now in post, Katina Medina Mora’s “You’ll Know What To Do With Me.”

That spread is a sign of the range and large activity of BH5Group, an production-financing group of five production partners which produces and finances Mexican and international movies, TV and content.
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‘Kite’ Blu-ray Review

Stars: Samuel L. Jackson, India Eisley, Callan McAuliffe, Carl Beukes, Deon Lotz, DeVille Vannik, Zane Meas, Lionel Newton, Jaco Muller, Terence Bridgett | Written by Brian Cox | Directed by Ralph Ziman

Yasuomi Umetsu’s (chief animator for Arms Corporation who has also worked as a designer on Akira, Spriggan, Elfen Lied and Casshern) original anime Kite was, when first released in 1998, a highly controversial graphic story of hard, gory action and illicit eroticism. Banned in certain countries across the globe due to its scenes of rape and revenge, in Japan it has sold nearly a million DVD units. It has also been released in Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Russian, Czech Republic, Slovakia and the United States – where it remains popular; yet the original Ova and its sequel, have never had a UK release. In fact this Us film adaptation is the first time the franchise has been legitimately available in this country.
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DVD Review – Kite (2014)

Kite, 2014.

Directed by Ralph Ziman.

Starring Samuel L. Jackson, India Eisley, Callan McAuliffe, Carl Beukes, and Deon Lotz.

Synopsis:

When her cop father is killed, a young woman tracks the murder with the apparent help of his ex-partner.

Kite, the live action remake of the 1998 Japanese Anime, sees Samuel L. Jackson continuing his recent run of straight to DVD appearances. As it happens a live action Us version of the popular Anime didn’t quite have enough interest for the big screen. Never-the-less, Brian Cox’s (not that Brian Cox) screenplay is a largely faithful retelling of the original story.

Kite tells the story of Sawa an orphaned girl haunted by the murder of her parents before her eyes. She spends her teens and early adult years dependant on drugs which help keep her memories repressed. She was also trained and raised to become an assassin by Karl Aker (Jackson) her fathers former police partner.
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Kite | Review

Go Fly One: Ziman’s Anime Adaptation a Denuded, Unnecessary Endeavor

Those familiar with Yasuomi Umetsu’s 1998 fifty minute anime of the same name will be sorely disappointed in Ralph Ziman’s modernized update of the controversial Kite. But a faithful, live action rendition would have crossed the boundaries and limits of what defines exploitation cinema since we’re talking about an orphaned school girl sex slave assassin. A more fitting nod came from Quentin Tarantino, who culled the origin tangent of O-Ren Ishii in Kill Bill from Umetsu, in an anime sequence deemed too violent for live action. While a faithful adaptation would have seemed gratuitous, this end product is unable to elicit any kind of response at all, feeling utterly uninspired in look, tone, or content.

In a ravaged world facing the after effects of a global financial collapse, a young girl in Johannesburg named Sawa (India
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The Gory Revenge Saga Kite Is Grim and Stylish

The Gory Revenge Saga Kite Is Grim and Stylish
Based on a 1998 anime of the same name, Kite is a gory revenge saga that takes place in a future so bleak it gags under its own layers of decay. Child sex slavery is the cornerstone of the black market, and desperate, ineffectual cops collude with teenage vigilantes to play judge, jury, and executioner against underworld kingpins.

After she's poured into skin-tight dresses and five-inch heels, Sawa (India Eisley) — a waifish, tortured, drug-addicted assassin — eviscerates scores of henchmen with whatever's handy: a handgun loaded with hollow-point exploding bullets, a butcher's cleaver, or her porcelain-white, doll-like hands. The gallons of blood-red corn syrup that get streaked across Eisley's cherubic face could supply Coney Island with cotton candy for dec...
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Watch Samuel L. Jackson Sing Robin S's 'Show Me Love,' Karaoke-Style

It probably shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that Samuel L. Jackson is pretty much great at everything. He's an incredible actor, a fine spokesperson for low interest credit cards, and we're pretty sure he's the voice of Nick Fury in a new Disney videogame we just bought. Also, it turns out, he's one hell of a karaoke star. That's right: the man can belt it.

Daisy Lowe, the super hot, frequently naked daughter of Gavin Rossdale and his first wife, Peal Lowe, shot video of Jackson at a charity event in London (where the actor is currently filming a big-screen reboot of "Tarzan") and slapped it on Instagram. The video (via Vulture) is truly incredible, with the "Pulp Fiction" star singing a rousing rendition of Robin S's "Show Me Love" (if you don't recognize the song initially, it's not you -- the karaoke-version instrumental is dreadful).

Honestly, we
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Elevators are Dangerous Places in First Red Band Kite Clip

I dunno how to properly gauge this first clip from Ralph Ziman’s “Kite,” the adaptation of the popular Japanese anime about a teen hitgirl out for revenge. There’s something a bit off about it, but hey, it’s only a minute-plus clip, and the rest of the movie could be better. They sure went for gruesome, what with the bullet-through-the-hand gag and all. The thing with the old lady was just downright awkward, though. For some reason, I thought they had shot this thing in another language then dubbed it into English, but no? Never Underestimate a Girl with Nothing to Lose. Based on the groundbreaking, cult classic anime, Kite tells the story of Sawa (India Eisley, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” Underworld: Awakening), a young woman living in a corrupt society where crime and gangs terrorize the streets. When Sawa’s mother and policeman father
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Nsfw: Things Get Gory In First Kite Clip

Never Underestimate a Girl with Nothing to Lose. Based on the groundbreaking, cult classic anime, Kite tells the story of Sawa (India Eisley, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” Underworld: Awakening), a young woman living in a corrupt society where crime and gangs terrorize the streets. When Sawa’s mother and policeman father are found victims of a grisly double homicide, she begins a ruthless pursuit for the man who murdered them. With the help of her father’s ex-partner, Karl Aker (Samuel L. Jackson, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Avengers,Django Unchained), and a mysterious friend from her past (Callan McAuliffe, The Great Gatsby, I Am Number Four), she becomes a merciless teen assassin, blasting her way through the dark world of human trafficking only to uncover a devastating truth. Kite will premiere exclusively on Directv on August 28th, followed by a theatrical/VOD release on October 10th.
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