U.S. Trailer and DVD Box Art for the Vietnamese Actioner Clash

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Johnny Nguyen and Veronica Ngo made Vietnamese action movies a legitimate genre with their 2006 offering “The Rebel” (co-starring Dustin Nguyen of “21 Jump Street” fame, natch), and they’ve followed that success up with “Clash”, a film that definitely looks like it’s going for the throat with bigger and better action set pieces. After two years, the film is finally heading to Stateside DVD from Indomina Releasing on August 9th. Check out a U.S. trailer and DVD box art for “Clash” (released as “Bay Rong” domestically) below.

Trinh (Veronica Ngo) is a mercenary working for Hắc Long (Hoàng Phúc), an elusive criminal mastermind, who seeks a hard drive that controls the VINASAT.1, Vietnam’s first and only satellite. Hac has kidnapped Trinh’s daughter to get her to do his bidding and now she must give him what he wants so she can get her daughter back.

Trinh assembles a team of mercenaries and ex-convicts, including Quan (Johnny Tri Nguyen), to recover the hard drive, but just as the mission is about to succeed, Trinh and her team are betrayed by one of their own and the hard drive falls into the wrong hands. Desperate to save her daughter, Trinh must hunt down the traitor before the hard drive is lost, but can she trust the remaining members of her crew?


DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Aspect ratio: 16×9 2.35 Widescreen Version
  • Sound: Vietnamese 5.1 Dolby Digital, English Stereo
  • Subtitles: English
  • In Conversation: Johnny & Veronica
  • Cast of Characters
  • Anatomy of a Fight
  • Music Video
  • Original Trailer

Buy “Clash” on DVD August 9, 2011.

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  • http://www.grifiti.com Tin Hoang

    This is indicative of a 3rd world country. How can you not have a blu-ray release.