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COLD HEAT NEWS » Entertainment, Featured Article, People, Sports » Much like the legendary United States television series, “Route 66”, Asun Muwardi’s multi-award winning “66 The Movie” leads one on a rather surreal journey–spell bindingly frenetic fight scenes and relentless action–a martial arts Smorgasbord, but a trip nevertheless. And this trip blasts off November 17, 2016.

Much like the legendary United States television series, “Route 66”, Asun Muwardi’s multi-award winning “66 The Movie” leads one on a rather surreal journey–spell bindingly frenetic fight scenes and relentless action–a martial arts Smorgasbord, but a trip nevertheless. And this trip blasts off November 17, 2016.

 Much like the legendary  United States television series, “Route 66”, Asun Muwardi’s multi-award winning “66 The Movie” leads one on a rather surreal journey–spell bindingly frenetic fight scenes and relentless action–a martial arts Smorgasbord, but a trip nevertheless. And this trip blasts off November 17, 2016. This trajectory of arguably the best martial arts fight scenes since  the late great  Bruce Lee’s “Game od Deatth”,  is fueld by great writing, award winning fighting choreography and a cast that has snatched almost every award world wide that there is to acquire. Tv fans still pine over the iconic Route 66, the 1960’s hit show that was composed of great actors, from which the lives of two nomadic like travelers was showcased during their automobile treks across highways similarly, leading  one into, what seemed like t the time, an incredibly divergent  world. This new “66′, Asian spawned,  takes the  viewer into a world, a journey into the minds of mad men, killers and the realm of pure mercenary like evil; rage pitted against honor; a trip into martial arts fighting royalty. Asun Marari, actor, writer and producer of this surefire hit has the ticket to a wickedly great fun ride. Join him in the theatres on November 17, 2016 as he blasts off from a cinematic  magical carpet ride near you!!

 

“I like this character’, explained Producer/actor Asun Mawardi, ‘ that I am playing in the movie because he has flaws. You see he is known as “66”, and he tried to leave the gangster life behind him but having reneged on a job to kill and running with the money, has him on the run. As a result the crime life is now chasing him. We tried to do this film from many , many angles so that we could minimize the filming costs but yet still have an impactful and entertaining film. By using the Wushu fighting style but changing the forms of martial arts to suit individual characters styles, I believe we came up with a film that will get great viewership. My first film, “Mortal Enemy”,  which in Asia was called “Pirate brothers”, was picked up by Lions Gate and we hope that this one will get picked up as well. Yeah, I hope people like it, as I invited a lot of agents and distributors.This is my first film lead acting, directing  and producing and I am so excited!!”

 

 

 

 
 

(** Jangan lupa tgl 17 Nov 2016 film #66 akan tayang di bioskop **))

Mollywood Hollywood and Asun Mawardi, lead actor and producer of 66 THE MOVIE.HIS AWARDS WINNING MONSTER OF A MARTIAL

ARTS EXTRAVAGANZA. His publicist Mollywood Hollywood is with him on the red carpet at Downtown Independent, for his movies première

. …Cold Heat News Editor Maurice DWAYNE Smith covering

 

Consequently,  Asun Mawardi, actor, writer and producer of this surefire hit has the ticket to a wickedly great fun ride. Join him in the theatres on November 17, 2016 as he blasts off from a cinematic  magical carpet ride near you!! Judging by the response at the film’s premiere at Los Angeles CA’s Downtown Independent, October 2016, this film will be hungrily devoured. In my opinion, the action film genre is making a strong comeback,  and Mr. Asun Mawardi is leading the charge——-66 THE MOVIE ROCKS!!

 

This film is a chart topper and here are the awards that it has already garnered:

Awards
1. Platinum Remi Award at the 49th WorldFest-Houston International Independent Film Festival 2016.
2. Best Sound Design & Best Supporting Actress in a Foreign Language Film at the International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema London 2016.
3. Best Fight Choreography-Feature & Best Foreign Film (Runner Up) at the 12th Annual Action on Film International Film Festival 2016.
4. Official Selection International Panorama at the 6th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF)
5. Official Selection at Panorama Section of the 3rd Silk Road International Film Festival 2016.
cast:
Asun Mawardi, Donita, Yayu AW Unru, Ricardo Silenzie, Franki Darmawan, Djaitov Tigor,Hendra Louis, Erwin ST Bagindo, Ali Syehan, Fandy Christian, Joshua D Pandelaki.
Directed By
Asun Mawardi
Written By
Matthew Ryan Fischer & Asun Mawardi
Screenplay By
Matthew Ryan Fischer & Asun Mawardi
Produced By
Asun Mawardi

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