The re-enactment of the traditional dress (ao dai) era in 1960s, Saigon, thought to be the heyday of traditional Vietnamese costumes. Interwoven into that transformation in fashion and ... See full summary »
Buu Loc Tran
Ninh Duong Lan Ngoc,
Van Veronica Ngo
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.
Van Veronica Ngo,
When Tí decides to abandon his work to go after his girlfriend Minh before she get married in her hometown, a chance encounter with Tèo, his long-lost adoptive brother, foils the original ... See full summary »
Linh, the recipient of a heart transplant, begins having nightmares and visions leading to a house in the remote countryside. She begins to believe that the previous owner of the heart, a ... See full summary »
Uwais plays a young man who washes ashore, an amnesiac with a serious head injury whose past comes back to haunt him shortly after being nursed back to health by a young doctor. Violence ensues. Sweet, sweet violence.
First Vietnamese film to be released in the USA. See more »
Taken in Vietnam version
If you liked "Taken" movies starring Liam Neeson then you might like this one. There have been movies this before among those are "The Man of Nowhere" , "Safe", "Commando", "Six bullets" , "Man on fire". In "Furie" Hai Phuong (Ngô Thanh Vân), is an ex-gangster who is estranged from her family after her father disowns her for having an affair with a gangster and getting involved with criminal activity. Now working as a debt collector, and barely supports her daughter or herself. As you have guessed her daughter then gets kidnap. Now she wouldn't stop at anything to get her daughter back. What makes this one different from others is that it is a martial arts movie with a female protagonist.
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