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THE WHITE STORM 2 DRUG LORDS closing the NYAFF 2019, Sunday, July 14, 2019
Based on a real event in the late 1880s, a competition that that persists today, SAMURAI MARATHON, starring Takeru Satoh, Nana Komatsu and Mirai Moriyama, and directed by Bernard Rose, should rock the cinematic richter scales when it is released. It was the opening night film for the 2019 NYAFF.
NYC Bike Family Mass Die-in, Washington Square Park, July 9, 2019 by Transportation Alternatives. #NYCBikeFamily staged mass die-in to protest the killing of cyclists. Non-violent, peaceful memorial event. Drivers have killed 15 people on bikes this year — more than double the number killed this time last year.
#NYCBikeFamily: “We deserve safe passage. We deserve the pure joy of riding a bike. We will not stop riding and we will not accept this injustice.
Making sure that “Mayor Bill de Blasio knows that the NYC Bike Family will not stand for the threat on our lives. Vision Zero is in a state of emergency, and the only way to stop the killings is to break New York City’s car culture.
An ultraviolent cops vs. gangsters bloodbath with casualties on both sides. Fast forward 20 years, a surviving cop team member Madam Fong (Jade Leung, Black Cat) leads a new squad in pursuit of freckless young anarchists terrorizing Macao. An apparition from that fatal day shows up – bringing everything full circle. With badass modern women warriors at the forefront, director Jacky Lee showcasing his hyperbolic styling of classic Hong Kong action, bringing back irrepressible ‘girls with guns’ sub-genre in full bombastic force.
Pictures of opening night. Film review in the works for opening night movie, SAMURAI MARATHON.
Capsuled descriptions of films at NYAFF 2019.
Five international premieres, 23 North American premieres, four U.S. premieres, and eight New York premieres, showcasing the most exciting action, comedy, drama, thriller, romance, horror, and art-house films from East Asia, and bringing close to 30 directors and nine actors from Asia.