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Dojo

A riveting martial arts film about vengence.
4/5

Review

Armin Alic’s short action film, written by Jon Paul and Erik R Campoy, is an exhilarating and intense tale of vengeance. Lead by Jon Paul, who delivers a riveting performance as Shane Lucas, the film takes us on a thrilling journey of a man haunted by his past and faces retribution from his ex gang syndicate.

The highlight of this film undoubtedly lies in its high-action fight choreography. The martial artistry displayed throughout is breathtaking, leaving audiences on the edge of their seats. The fight scenes are incredibly well executed, showcasing the talent and dedication of the entire cast and crew.

The cinematography in this film is equally impressive. Every shot is meticulously crafted, capturing the intensity and gritty nature of the story. The camera angles and movement add depth and dimension to every scene, enhancing the overall visual experience. It is evident that a great deal of thought and expertise went into creating the captivating visuals.

However, one minor flaw in the film is the dialogue dubbing of the core antagonist. The dubbing is noticeable and at times, pulls the viewer out of the story. This slight disconnect detracts from the engagement with the character and the impact of his words.

Despite this flaw, the overall craftsmanship of this short film is commendable. Armin Alic, along with the talented team of writers and cast, has crafted a gripping and action-packed film that leaves a lasting impression. It is an intense and thrilling ride from start to finish, showcasing the power of vengeance and the art of combat.

Dojo Short Film

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