2012 Asian Film Festival of Dallas - Amok
July 17, 2012
3699 McKinney Avenue , Suite 100 , Dallas, TX
$7 - $10
Manila’s Edsa-Pasay Rotonda is a supremely chaotic intersection that bundles dense automobile and pedestrian traffic in the same quadrant as buses, trains and pedicabs, all surrounded by street vendors and storefronts. It is in this setting that Lawrence Fajardo’s AMOK plays out; as many people criss-cross through the area, there seems to be a widespread disconnect that can only be broken by a violent act. AMOK shares splinters of a dozen or so lives before committing to the intense, visceral rush of its finale.
Part of the 2012 Narrative Feature Competition, the AFFD is proud to present the Southwest Premiere of AMOK.
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