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Revenge of the Gweilo

Australia 2016
produced by
Nathan Hill, Steven Vandenberg (executive) for NHProductions
directed by Nathan Hill
starring Nathan Hill, Mary Annegeline, Tritia DeViSha, Binnie Wong, Tien Herschel, Margie Tibbitts, Alfred Lai, Joanne Nguyen, Jeannette Valencia, Cory Corbett, Lachlan Mason, Hwee Hall, Chico Pemberton, Veronikka Riak, Aleza Ebanks, Andy McPhee, James Liotta, Robert R. Awad, Khoa Le, Elmira Jurik, Jenny Wu, Josh Damman, Christina Chin, Janice Fung, David Lieu, Joanne Lin, Michael Siu, Nathan Dunn
written by Nathan Hill, music by Gerard Mack, Lazerhawk, Robin Ogden, gore effects by Daniel Whale

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Lucky (Nathan Hill) couldn't be happier with his fiancée Esmay (Mary Annegeline), so happy in fact that he quits his job with the police force to remain out of harm's way, even if he wa a damn good cop ... and then she's murdered by two masked woman, who leave a mark though that somehow leads to the tong led by Melbourne's Chinatown's meanest villainess Ishtar (Tritia DeViSha). But to track her down, Lucky has to forget law and order and resort to murder to find further clues, starting with a prostitute sent to his place by the "caring" Ishtar, who he then saws to pieces to get rid of with the help of Esmay's sister (Tien Herschel) - and the onslaught only starts there, and the main reason that Ishtar doesn't try to intercept Lucky is because she's an absolute psycho and known for killing the bringers of bad news. But that said, it's less than easy for Lucky to get even close to Ishtar nevertheless.


Revenge of the Gweilo basically is a vendetta thriller that takes us back to times when these films were allowed to be fun, thus despite all the gruesomeness, the gritty details are downplayed, and director Nathan Hill chooses a more comicbook like approach, mixed with unlikely yet cool action scenes known from vintage Hong Kong cinema and a few scenes more at home in horror movies for their over-the-topness - and all of this works thanks to a light-footed directorial approach, even bits of comedy, plenty of action and cool pacing. And while one can't totally overlook it was made on a moderate budget, it's got thrills enough to make up for that easily!


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