Sony Pictures Classics are enjoying one of their decisions to buy rights of Indonesia EDAR action movie THE RAID: Redemption by acquiring promising in the first week of screenings. Gareth filmed action movie starring Iko Uwais Evansyang, Ray Sahetapy, and Donny Alamsyahini success earned revenues of U.S. $ 220 937 in 24 theaters with an average revenue per site of 15 181 U.S. dollars from the screening date of March 23 last.
With production costs ‘only’ about 1 million dollar, THE RAID proved able to compete with the film The Hunger GAMES classmates in the path the same schedule. This would be an achievement for an independent action movie that has received an award at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The story of the film itself is about a group of specialized SWAT teams are trapped in a building inhabited by the crime boss. By highlighting the action of martial arts, martial arts unique to Indonesia, this film received very positive criticism from the critics. In the film critic website, Rotten Tomatoes, THE RAID got 86% fresh rating, which means almost the same as the score of The Hunger GAMES.
As reported by AP, a film directed by a British man was Gareth Huw Evans featuring Indonesian martial art, martial arts, managed to grab the attention of Hollywood. The story is about 20 special forces members who have the mission of capturing drug dealers who live in the 30-story building. The film starring, among others, by Iko Uwais, Yayan Ruhian, and Ray Sahetapy. Here is a video film-making process that tonight enter one trending topic on twitter.