She Will Never Stop.
FURIE stars Veronica Ngo (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) as the mother (with impressive martial arts skills) not to be messed with.
VERONICA NGO as “HAI PHUONG”
MAI CAT VI as “MAI”
PHAN THAN NHIEN as “POLICE LUONG”
When a little girl is kidnapped by a trafficking ring, they soon find they messed with the wrong child. Her mother, a notorious former gang leader, is close on their trail and will go to any lengths to bring her daughter home.
Language: Vietnamese with English subtitles
Directed by: Le Van Kiet
Starring: Veronica Ngo / Phan Than Nhien / Mai Cat Vi
ABOUT THE CAST AND FILMMAKERS
VERONICA NGO THANH VAN (PRODUCER)
Veronica Ngo Thanh Van is a unique successful artist and entrepreneur case study in Vietnam. Started her career in 2004, she played one the adding roles in Rouge, a 13-part TV series by renowned Singaporean director Jonathan Foo on MTV Asia. In 2007, she played a leading role in The Rebel, a kung-fu film which won the Grand Jury Award 2007 Sharing Visions held to Los Angeles, directed by Vietnamese-American Charlie Nguyen. In 2009, Veronica became the number one female action star in Vietnam as the leading actress in the action drama called Clash. In 2016, she played the role of Mantis in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, an American-Chinese martial arts film directed by Yuen Woo-ping and written by John Fusco. In 2017, she was the first Vietnamese actress to appear in a Star Wars film, Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
LE VAN KIET (WRITER/DIRECTOR)
Le Van Kiet was born in Vietnam in 1978. He immigrated with his family to the United States when he was two years old. Growing up in Southern California, Kiet found a passion for visual storytelling when he studied black and white fine art photography at a local college. His passion for storytelling lead him to graduate from UCLA’s School of Film and Television.
In 2012 his feature film Ngôi Trong Hėm (The House in the Alley) introduced Vietnam audiences to a stylized horror genre that was released on Valentine’s Day and held the record for that year as the highest grossing movie on an opening day. His next film, Gentle, is based on the literary work by Dostoyevsky. The film premiered at the 2014 Busan International Film Festival and have gone on to great critical reviews. In 2015, at the Milan International Film Festival, Dustin Nguyen won the Leonardo da Vinci Golden Horse Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Le Van Kiet’s Gentle.
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