Friday, November 1, 2013

An Assassin Becomes An Avenging Angel In Martial Arts Short Thriller, MARKSMEN

The newest film festival gem making its way on the internet this weekend is the sixteen-minute martial arts assassin thriller, Marksmen. The shortfilm was directed by stuntman and actor Kazu Patrick Tang greatest recognized for his incredible performances in such blockbuster Thai action thrillers like Raging Phoenix (2009) with actress Jeeja Yanin, the balls-to-the-wall action spectacle, Bangkok Knockout (2010), and his most current role in director Raimund Huber's manga-style romantic action thriller, Dragonwolf (2012).

This time about, Tang measures into the director's chair with actor, martial arts stuntman and fight choreographer Brahim Achabbahke leading the way in a story following the events of an assassin who retaliates against his employer when he is mistaken as a cop killer. Achabbahke stars along with Yuhkoh Matsuguchi, Byron Gibson and veteran martial arts action cinema favored Ron Smoorenburg in what appears like an explosive set of some the greatest martial arts action sequences constructed for film, featuring some of the greatest and properly-seasoned action performers of the industry.

Initial-time director Tang also shot some of the action, so it really is also to his credit just how excellently place collectively this shortfilm was. And if my prior dialogue with Achabbahke is any bit reassuring, then rest assured, martial arts movie fans have plenty to appear forward to in the months ahead.

Marksmen also stars actress Maria Giulietta and young actress Kayla Matsuguchi, and is a production of Y2K Films. For much more info, or to make contact with the makers of Marksmen, head more than to the shortfilm's official Facebook page.

An Assassin Becomes An Avenging Angel In Martial Arts Short Thriller, MARKSMEN
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