Saturday 29th January 2011
Reuniting much of the cast and crew of the critically acclaimed period action movie The Rebel and starring famed stuntman Johnny Nguyen (Spider-Man 1 and 2; Jarhead; Serenity; Collateral) alongside pop singer-turned-actress Victoria Ngo (The Rebel; Saigon Love Story), debut feature director Le Thanh Son's Clash, released by Revolver Entertainment on 21st February 2011, is a relentlessly paced contemporary action-thriller that recalls the work of accomplished action directors such as Johnnie To (Triangle; Election; PTU) and John Woo (Mission: Impossible 2; Hard Boiled).
Ngo stars as Trinh - codename Phoenix - a beautiful young woman forced to become a mercenary thief by a powerful gangland boss and criminal mastermind known as Black Dragon (Hoang Phuc), who has 'rescued' her from a former life of homelessness and prostitution. Black Dragon's leverage in the deal is Trinh's daughter, whom he intends to hold ransom until Trinh completes a number of 'missions' on his behalf. Trinh's latest assignment is to steal a laptop containing a hard drive that holds the codes used to control a Vietnamese satellite defence system - a priceless commodity on the black market.
While putting together the A-Team style group of specialists she needs to assist her, she meets Quan (Nguyen), aka Tiger, who proves to be an invaluable asset to the team, not least because he has his own private interests in the codes and in Black Dragon himself. When the heist goes awry and results in a violent bloodbath thanks to a double-crossing member of Trinh's gang, she and Quan form an allegiance based not only on trust but also on a growing attraction to each other and set out to finish the job at hand. But trust can be a fragile thing, especially when the motives of those involved begin to collide.
Featuring plenty of suspense, many breathtaking stunt sequences, tons of explosive gunplay and a feast of stunning 'old school style' mixed martial arts fight scenes, Clash delivers everything an action movie should and firmly establishes relative newcomer Victoria Ngo as one of the hottest female action stars around.
- Original Trailer
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