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NARRATIVE FEATURE | 100 MIN | 2010

CLASH

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Trinh, a reluctant mercenary, is beholden to a crime lord who promises only to release her kidnapped daughter when she completes a series of missions. On what could be Trinh's final job, she meets and falls for Quan—whose hidden agenda could ruin the only chance she has of seeing her daughter again. Together with a motley crew of ass-kicking outcasts and no-goodniks, Trinh and Quan battle round after round against gangs and mafiosi… graduating each level like the progression of a video game.

Reuniting martial arts gurus Johnny Tri Nguyen and Ngo Thanh Van, Clash takes the action of their 2006 feature The Rebel to the next level. With lightening-fast martial arts, hyperbolic shootouts, an epic soundtrack, and the archetypes you love and love to hate, this cinematic indulgence was the highest grossing Vietnamese film of the past year. If a video game adaptation isn't already in the works, it should be.

Film Information
Year: 2009
Length: 100 minutes
Language: Vietnamese, French
Country: Vietnam
Premiere: International
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Johnny Tri Nguyen, Ngo Thanh Van, Hoang Phuc, Hieu Hien, Lam Minh Thang, Tran The Winh
Director: Le Thanh Son
Screenwriters: Johnny Tri Nguyen, Le Thanh Son, Ho Quang Hung
Producers: Jimmy Nghiem Pham, Johnny Tri Nguyen, Veronica Ngo
Director of Photography: Dominic Pereira
Production Designer: La Quy Tung
Executive Producers: Rich Long Nguyen, Tawny Nguyen, Ryan Hoang Hubris, Alex Vo, Carson Vo
Composer: Christopher Wong
Co-Producers: Jenni Trang Le, Nguyen Thanh Long
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About the Director(s)
Le Thanh Son earned degrees in opera vocals and directing in his hometown of Ho Chi Minh City. He was an assistant director on White Silk Dress and The Rebel and has made his own short films and commercials. In 2005 he received the Silver Kite Award for his thesis short film Who Am I? Clash is his first feature.

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