Assassins next door
Because I knew that I was going to the film’s East Coast premier, I’d not seen the film before, so I was looking forward to it.
The last time I was in a movie theatre seems like a lifetime ago. I think it was Battle Angel Alita or Avengers: Endgame, both in 2019.
The Killer was part of the 20th Anniversary New York Asian Film Festival, that ran from July 15-31, 2022.
I vaguely remember going to another such festival years ago.
Anywho, like I said in my last entry, I sat next to the owner of Midnight Pulp, where we chatted about life and our families.
That’s all I’ll say there. Nice fella.
The movie itself was quite cool, although I do wonder how many more of the assassin-next-door types of films are possible.
This was an interesting take on the genre because it revolved around the idea of family and protecting family.
That was what stuck with me, anywho.
Afterwards, there was a brief discussion of the film and some question-and-answer.
It was pretty packed and I was beat – and pretty lit – so I just wanted to head back.
Midway off the block, though, Joong hit me up.
Him: Hi Logan, still around? We can get a photo for you with Jang Hyuk.
So, I high-tailed it back where I met up with him and the StruggleNation peeps again.
I chatted with Jang Hyuk for a bit, by way of Joong. Very cool and down to earth guy, actually.
We, briefly, discussed martial arts and violence in general. Surprisingly, his background was JKD and not kali, per se.
Chatted with a few more people before I made it out the door and took a long walk home.
I’ve been super social lately and it’s been tiring and, oddly, very sad.
But I suppose that’s another discussion for another time.
Location: yesterday, searching for a lottery place with the kid and getting caught in the rain.
Music: I get carried away, carried away, from you (Spotify)
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