Beyond Redemption 2015 info:-
Beyond Redemption 2015, This Canadian action thriller features some pretty good performances and action courtesy of its stunt-based cast. Billy Tong has proven himself as the newest recruit of a local Triad organization led by Yuen Chung, aka Big Brother Yuan. However, Billy is actually.
an undercover police officer tasked with taking the Triads down and it has reached the point where his life in the organization is slowly beginning to take over his real life, as he struggles to balance between being a recruit and staying loyal to both the job and his wife Melinda, who is due to have their first child.
Big Brother Yuan has a plan set in motion to kidnap Tiffany Long, the head of Triad Dragon Head Xi Long, who is married to the gold diggings Lucinda. When the plan is set into motion, Tiffany attempts to contact her boyfriend Jack but to no avail. Tiffany sits in a hotel room held hostage by Jimmy and Billy.
Billy begins to slowly realize why he agreed to go undercover in the first place and what will be the price should he decide to get himself out of it. Will Billy be able to find redemption within himself or will he fall victim.
to the very people, he was sent to infiltrate? Bruce Fontaine is a name some might not be familiar with but know his face if they have seen any of the Hong Kong action films in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Beyond Redemption 2015 Plot:-
As Cole shops, an armed robber demands that the cashier, Michael, hand over all the money in the safe. Michael empties the cash register and says that there is no safer in the shop. As the robber becomes increasingly agitated, Cole approaches him, calls him a coward, and dares the robber to shoot him.
Michael intercedes and attempts to wrestle the gun away from the robber, only to be shot in the gut. After Cole calls an ambulance, he receives a phone call from a friend who invites him out to drinks. Cole accepts on the condition that it is not a house party. Cole is frustrated to learn that it is a house party, and he goes downstairs to drink alone.
where he meets Maya, the host. The two discuss an approaching asteroid. Maya says that modern stress would evaporate in the face of the meaninglessness of certain doom, and Cole says that everything would matter in that circumstance. The two dance to Maya’s favorite song and soon begin dating.
A series of flashforwards depict life in post-apocalyptic Scotland after the asteroid has arrived as Cole and Maya hide from alien spaceships, mixed with scenes in the present of their relationship leading up to those events. When they discuss children, Cole says he does not want any, and Maya reveals she is incapable.
As the asteroid grows closer, Cole asks Maya to marry him. Maya jokingly accepts, and Cole insists that he is serious; now serious, Maya again agrees. Although initially dismissive of the danger, scientists become increasingly worried about a collision.
Various missions to divert the asteroid end in failure, putting the world on edge. In the flashforwards, Cole and Maya’s relationship deteriorates in the face of their hardship in finding food and shelter. Please See More Information…….
Beyond Redemption 2015 Cast:-
- Richard J. Danum as Cole
- Gillian MacGregor as Maya
- Paul Brannigan as Michael
- Kristian Hart as Keith Novac
- David McGranaghan as the armed robber
- Brian Ho (Billy Tong)
- Don Lew (Yuen Chung)
Johnson Phan (Jimmy)
Paul Wu (Bosco)
Tony Towe (Xi Long)
Vicki Huang (Lucinda Long)
Linna Huynh (Tiffany Long)
Eddy Ko (Uncle Bao)
Samuel Patrick Chu (Jack)
Patrick Sabongui (Amir Shahlavi)
Darren E. Scott (Mackay)
Josette Jorge (Melinda Tong)
Beyond Redemption 2015 Reception:-
Dominic Cuthbert of Starburst rated it 7/10 stars and called it “a low budget treat continuing in the Great British indie tradition.” Jeremy Aspinall of Radio Times rated it 3/5 stars and wrote that science fiction fans may be disappointed by the low-key, low-budget focus on a relatable relationship drama.
Alex Fitch of Electric Sheep Magazine called it “a great new Scottish genre movie” that seems like a response to Once. Kevan Farrow of Scream magazine rated it 3.5/5 stars and wrote, “Bleak, involving and daring in its restraint, Beyond is perhaps best served as a character-driven.
drama as opposed to an alien invasion flick. A more likable and relatable Cole would have made this one a real winner, but tolerate his po-faced gloom and apparent conservatism and you’ll be rewarded with a meditative and thoughtful piece of cinema.