Sunday, November 10, 2013

Eric Jacobus Breaks The Cycle In The New Shortfilm, ROPE-A-DOPE!

Back on the web with a new comedic martial arts action short is independent action star Eric Jacobus with Rope-A-Dope. Implying a narrative "groundhog day" spin on a classic boxing style coined in 1974 in accordance with Muhammad Ali's "Rumble In The Jungle" match with George Foreman, this most current bout requires place in the California suburbs with writer, editor and director Jacobus playing the lead.

Rope-A-Dope was filmed earlier this year prior to the completion of his most current project, Future Boss with co-star and fellow independent actor and screenfighter Lorenz Hideyoshi Ruwwe. The shortfilm eventually became a fan favourite among film festival participants over the summer time and can now be viewed on Jacobus's official channel for The Stunt People.

Rope-A-Dope also stars Dennis Ruel, Shaun Finney, Yun Yang, Wake-Up Juice co-star Thomas Tan, Sergio Munoz and Jacob Gonzales.

Meet the Dope, who takes a beating by a nearby gang of martial art thugs, only to awaken the very same day right after getting knocked out. Each and every day he finds himself in the identical fight, awakening the very same day, and forced to fight each day. When the Dope requires his fate into his own hands, issues start to turn about.
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Eric Jacobus Breaks The Cycle In The New Shortfilm, ROPE-A-DOPE!
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