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New Trailer for Action Short You Can’t Hear Me, You Can’t See Me

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If you’re unfamiliar with Capoeira, Brazilian Jujitsu, and other grappling arts that feature the Hong Kong action style, then you must check out a new proof of concept trailer for You Can’t Hear Me, You Can’t See Me.

This intriguing project is from Andrew Suleiman, who is part of the ZeroGravity Stunt team from L.A., and it features some gnarly looking fight scenes that truly offer a unique mashup of fighting styles. At first glance I couldn’t help but think about how the grappling styles used in the clip looked like breakdancing mixed with ass kicking. The stunt fighters move with grace and purpose as they flip, zip, and roll their way around the faceless bad guys terrorizing a handicap dude. The camera work helps to showcase the speed and brutality of the nimble stunt team as they lay waste to faces and groins throughout the short clip.

Head on down past the break to see these breakdance-like fighting maneuvers in action. With enough support Andrew hopes to expand on the proof of concept, so help him and his team out with a view and a like.


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