Born Warriors is a documentary that focuses on the ancient fighting sport of Lethwei. Burmese Lethwei is one of the oldest practiced combat sports in Myanmar(aka Burma). The Burmese are the... See full summary »
Six members of a media company go on a weekend business retreat at an isolated lodge in the woods. When one of the members goes missing, they discover that the lodge was formerly a private ... See full summary »
Danilo Di Julio
Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists focuses on the role of cultural tradition in local communities and how the indigenous Burmese sport of Lethwei (bare-knuckle fighting) is woven into the ... See full summary »
Adan & Samuel, twin brothers who dream of success as cinema stunt men, become entangled with mafia after accepting an obscure assignment. Now, they are in for the fight of their lives. And this time, it's real.
Every Player knows there's always someone out there that can make your significant other cheat on you. What every player doesn't know is that there's always somebody out there that can do ... See full summary »
Nero, a deported Mexican, returns illegally to the U.S in search of his identity. He joins the U.S army as a Green card soldier, a shortcut to citizenship. Lost in a maze, Nero fights to obtain his nationality.
When a jaded former hitman encounters a savage pimp and a desperate woman under his control, he embarks on a quest to save a young girl from the clutches of the brutal gangsters who trade human beings as currency. Written by
The original film title given to the movie by Director and Producer Ara Paiaya is SKIN TRAFFIK. This title is used in most countries around the world. However in the U.K. the film was called A HITMAN IN LONDON to appeal more to the British public and to avoid the use of the word SKIN as it sounded to adult themed. See more »
It's very rare for me to feel genuine disgust towards the subject matter of a film. Skin Traffik provoked this feeling out of me with it's extremely realistic and well-told story of one man's fight to stop human trafficking with his fists, feet and automatic weapons! Being based on truth and by that I mean scumbag traffickers like this actually exist. The fact plunges further into my stomach, tempting me to spew out in anger. If my past self asked if he should watch this film, I would deem it a necessity. Thus, I give the film my highest honors in the hope of motivating whoever reads these reviews to seek it out and draw this dehumanizing issue into public consciousness. Bad guys need killing and this movie delivers and does everything we could only wish to do. Very satisfying.
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