Two de Force is about the clash of two superpowers: United States vs. China. It is 2012. U.S. and Chinese delegations meet in Beijing to discuss the U.S. debt to China, a global issue. We peer into the leaders' real, personal and typically hidden worlds. The leaders clash when they meet alone behind closed doors and all hell breaks loose. The diverse cast that tells this powerful and entertaining story is Chinese, Mexican, Cuban, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, Israeli, Indonesian, Canadian and American. They represent different races, religions and political views. Mixing politics, action, drama and humor, the story will induce a wide range of moviegoers to talk and think about the bigger picture of politics and the powers-that-be that pull the strings for the masses. Written by
The Clash between two super powers: The United States vs, China
Did You Know?
Actress Lee Chen was referred by her friend to director Orestes Matacena to audition for the role of the Chinese Chairman's wife who was already cast at the time. She is from China and has firearm and Shaolin Kung Fu experience. So Orestes wrote a part for her to fire a machine gun in the film. Orestes didn't give the actors the whole screenplay, just their scenes. All of Lee Chen's lines are in Chinese. Her machine gun also does a lot of talking! Lee's character is lean and mean! See more