First Trailer Hits For John Woo’s ‘Manhunt’

The man who brought you ‘Face/Off’ is going back to his action-packed roots with his latest film ‘Manhunt.’ John Woo even brings back the white doves!

Accused of heinous crimes he didn’t commit, a prosecutor sets out on a mission to clear his name.

Check out the trailer to ‘Manhunt’ below:

You hope that Woo did not put together the trailer because everything seems off, especially the lighting. The images below carry the grit you would expect from a Woo film.

About ‘Manhunt’:
Hong Kong and Taiwan, Hong Kong and Taiwan behind the scenes after the strong team, by Chen Jia, Chen Qingjia producer, Fukuyama Masaharu, Zhang Hanyu, Qi Wei, River wisdom, the United States and the United States, Court, Wu Feixia and other starring, the Japanese chief art master Tian Yangping as film art director, Shiban Taku as photographic guidance, and rock on behalf of Taro is responsible for music. The film was adapted from the German bookstore publishing, Nishimura Shouxing novel “Involved Rivers River” and KADOKAWA Co., Ltd. movie of the same name. Full film in Japan framing, the main shooting city for Osaka.

The story of the justice of the lawyer Du Qiu (Zhang Han ornaments), accidentally involved in a murder case, and the murder of the scene all the evidence directed at him, Du Qiu mind was woven, the truth. Police mobilization launched a comprehensive wanted, with many years of experience in the investigation of police detective village (Fukuyama Yazhi decoration), began to investigate shortly after the suspected murder layout which seems to have another inside. In the process of the pursuit of Duqiu Yukyu, a soldier and a thief actually developed a sympathetic friendship, but Yancun has been unable to fully believe that Du Qiu. In the end the murderer is really another person? Behind the murder of the murder of the great conspiracy?

The film stars Zhang Hanyu, Fukuyama Masaharu, Qi Wei, and Ha Ji-Won.

‘Manhunt’ will premiere at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals before the film hits the Chinese market in February.

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Matthew Sardo
Matthew Sardo
As the founder of Monkeys Fighting Robots, I'm currently training for my next job as an astronaut cowboy. Reformed hockey goon, comic book store owner, video store clerk, an extra in 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon,' 'Welcome Back Freshman,' and for one special day, I was a Ghostbuster.