Toronto Indie Fight Flick CONCRETE Channels THE WARRIORS

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Toronto Indie Fight Flick CONCRETE Channels THE WARRIORS
If the premise of Toronto based indie fight flick Concrete reminds you of a certain Walter Hill effort rest assured that those similarities are entirely intentional. The execution, however, is very, very different.

Drawing upon the extensive local stunt community Concrete imagines a world where every city block is controlled by a different violent gang. Want to travel from block to block? You need to deal with the gangs in question.

CONCRETE is the story of John 'Concrete' Hong, a former gang member living in the gutters of Union City.   During the course of one night, he must RISE up to become a vigilante and start his journey to rid the streets of the evil gangs.

In the tail end of a funding campaign on Indie Go Go to finance the final push through production, you can check out the trailer and a behind the scenes reel from the film below.
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Joe YoungJuly 30, 2012 9:52 AM

"The execution, however, is very, very different."

Yeah...very different, thanks Mr Brown.

heijoshin1July 30, 2012 4:32 PM

I can't really speak for the movie as I haven't seen it but I F'n love this trailer. This project is really exciting me so far and I liked the attitudes of the people involved with the film that were displayed in the behind the scenes video. As of right now I am really looking forward to seeing this.