Re:Born International Trailer
Yuji Shimomura‘s Re: Born (2016) international movie trailer star Tak Sakaguchi, Akio Otsuka, Orson Mochizuki, Yura Kondo, and Takumi Saitô. Re: Born‘s plot synopsis: “When an entire squad of Japanese Defense Force soldiers are cut down during a training exercise, it appears the worst is true: the Ghost, a legendary covert operative, has seemingly come back and set his targets on the force that used and abandoned him. His old comrade is now living a quiet life and trying to simply slip by unnoticed as he raises the young girl in his care, but must return to the world he abandoned to stop his former friend turned enemy.”
Re:Born looks like one of best action films that has been produced in years. The action is trailer, based around the fighting style of Zero-Range Combat, is brilliant to behold on-screen. If real-life soldiers were trained this extensively in hand-to-hand and edged weapons, one would think Zero Range Combat and Filipino Kali Knife Fighting would be what they were trained in. Perhaps they are. The soldiers in The Hunted were trained in the latter so its possible.
Re:Born stars Tak Sakaguchi as an ex-covert soldier thrust back into the life that formerly abandoned.
After exploding onto the scene as the star of Ryuhei Kitamura’s Versus back in 2000, Tak Sakaguchi (Alive, Shinobi : Heart Under Blade) has been one of the go-to action stars and fight choreographers in Japan, with a loyal cadre of fans all around the globe. Having worked for a few years behind the camera as action choreographer on Sion Sono’s Tag and Tokyo Tribe under a pseudonym, Re:Born arks Tak’s return to the screen with collaborator Yuji Shimomura (Death Trance, Flash Point, Warriors Way, Gantz:Perfect Wars) with him.
Director Yuji Shimomura — one of the world’s most under-appreciated action directors and a key member of Donnie Yen’s stunt team — shoots vicious segments with a raw elegance while Sakaguchi proves once again that his quiet gravitas makes him one of the most compelling action stars in the world.
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