The re-enactment of the long dress (ao dai) era in 1960s, Saogon, thought to be the heyday of traditional Vietnamese costumes. Interwoven into that transformation in fashion and style of ... See full summary »
Buu Loc Tran
Ninh Duong Lan Ngoc,
Pastor Park works to expose suspicious religious groups. He's hired to look into the cult group Deer Mount. Meanwhile, Police Captain Hwang investigates a murder case and the main suspect is a member of the Deer Mount cult.
France employs local secret agents in Vietnam 1922 to eliminate resistance. The rebel leader's pretty daughter gets captured. Later an agent seems to have fallen in love with her and helps her escape. He flees, too. Lots of martial arts.
The film portrays the life of a family separated from the mainstream of modern society, yet containing within its microcosm the complex layers and dramas of human relationship: conjugal ... See full summary »
Phan Quang Binh Nguyen
Thi Hai Yen Do,
Tang Thanh Ha,
Ninh Duong Lan Ngoc
Trinh, a mercenary, must complete a series of organized crime jobs for her boss in order to win the release of her kidnapped daughter. She hires several mercenaries to help, including Quan,... See full summary »
Thanh Son Le
Hoang Phuc Nguyen
No Johnny Tri Nguyen to Partner with This Time !!!!
After her Breakout Action Femme Fatale Role in The Rebel (2007) and Clash (2009) with Johnny Tri Nguyen , Veronica Ngo returns back to the Martial Arts Genre , once again utilizing the National Martial Art of Vietnam call Vovinam to thrill International Audiences World Wide. Veronica Ngo is mainly a Vietnamese Singer/Actress whose last role was in The Last Jedi !!!
Furie is odd that the fight choreographer is a Arab-Frenchman named Kefi Abrikh with his French Stunt Team !! But they did a good job as there are seven fight sequences that will have you on the edge of your seat with Veronica's Character taking more punishment than she dishes out but she perseveres to win !!!
The story could be seen as a What if Adjacent Parallel to the Thai Film ~ Chocolate if Zen's Debt Collecting Mother were the Main Protagonist and never got sick and if Zen was abducted !!!
The Final Boss Fight has a conclusion that makes the one in The Man From Nowhere pale in comparison !!!
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