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First the movie was filmed on substandard equipment, most of the actors in the movie don't speak English, the story is dated and banal, and Daniel Bernhardt isn't even given any decent fight scenes to show off his Tae Kwon Do abilities. The acting is below that of American B Movies as it always is with European films, the film quality is like watching an early 90's Betacam. Like most of Bernhardt's work, this film reeks of low budget stupidity and even has bad dubbing to boot! If you look at the DVD, you will notice that in many scenes, there have been dialog changes in ADR that don't match at all with the mouth movements. Hopefully, Daniel Bernhardt will not be known for doing crap like this and be given a movie which showcases his acting abilities and fitness in martial arts scenes. The worst part about this movie is the blurriness that comes from their use of very low end equipment and the lack of good color in the film stock.
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