Asian Connection

Asian Connection

DVD - 2016
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When two American robbers, Jack and Sam, embark on a series of heists in Southeast Asia, they run into more trouble than they bargained for when they steal money from a ruthless drug lord. A fight for riches turns into a fight for survival as Jack and Sam becomes the target of the drug lord and his gang's vengeance.
Publisher: Toronto, ON :, Entertainment One,, [2016]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (91 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
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Nov 10, 2017

A love story that a couple found themselves trapped in violence when members of a community of criminal expats in Cambodia tried to rob the banks that gangsters used to launder their money. Pim Bubear (พิม บิวแบร์), the Thai-British actress and John Lee made a very likeable couple going through a familiar crime action script. Strange that their names, as actors with most face times, are not shown under the "Contributors"!! Anyway, an okay watch in between more intense serious titles.


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Nov 10, 2017

Intro at the start:
When I was a little girl, my mother used to tell me story about a princess who lived on a beautiful island surrounded by turquoise waters where the sky kissed the sea. When the princess met her prince, their love grew stronger than the waves crashing against the shore. So when I met Jack
one day on the beach, he was everything I had been searching for. I thought it was fate. But I had forgotten something very important. Every fairy tale has a monster. In my life story, the monster's name was Gan Cerrancurie.
A man whom I later ound out was a ruthless crime lord. Little did I know, our path's were destined to collide.
I guess even monsters have a soft spot. Maybe I reminded him of someone in his life. Compassion still lived in him somewhere.


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