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Four Assassins (2013)

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Four assassins meet in a hotel suite to resolve unfinished business. A tense drama set in the cosmopolitan world of Hong Kong.

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Stanley J. Orzel
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Cast

Credited cast:
Will Yun Lee ... Marcus
Miguel Ferrer ... Eli
Mercedes Renard ... Cordelia
Hiro Hayama ... Ken
Ines Laimins ... Nadine
Oliver Williams ... Chase
Kirt Kishita Kirt Kishita ... Tai Lung
Emilie Guillot ... Eva
Paul Sheehan ... Big Ben
Michael C. Pizzuto ... Maximo
Barry O'Rorke Barry O'Rorke ... Jonas
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"FOUR ASSASSINS" aka "Far Away Eyes" is a tense drama about an ace assassin who reunites with three professional colleagues at a Hong Kong hotel room to resolve unfinished business. The film was heavily influenced by the modern "Wuxia" genre - following a tragic protagonist with exceptional fighting skills and a yearning for something more. Not your ordinary "shoot 'em" film, Four Assassins examines the internal pain and conflicts of four highly trained killers and ask the ultimate question "What is the price of love? Written by anonymous

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It's A Matter Of Love And Death.

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Thriller

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Country:

Hong Kong | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 January 2013 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

4 Assassins See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Production Co:

Studio Strada See more »
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Color

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2.35 : 1
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The original title was "Far Away Eyes" and referred to the main character's state of mind. See more »

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Sometimes slightly shaky acting, and when you start thinking "Drawn out.", it will start increasing the drawn-out-ness.
3 February 2015 | by c0mM3n14rySee all my reviews

My main gripe really is the timing, which seemed to get worse and worse the closer to the end it got. It also felt a bit like they were trying to imitate formulas they had seen in other movies, not to say "It's pretentious", which would be a bit too much. The story is OK but not remarkable, I'd even almost say "forgettable". The (very very rare) action is OK, nothing remarkable.

If I'd HAVE TO say either "watch" or "don't watch", I'd immediately say "don't watch", but I don't mean to say that the movie is awful. There are just so many better things to spend 80 (long-ass) minutes with. OK, I seem to need about 10 words more for this to pass.


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