Tong: Memories - Netflix
What makes a young boy grow up to become a legendary fighter?
Lee Jung Woo has always had a short temper and doesn't like to be messed with. Growing up in Busan, he learns to fight back when he is bullied by other kids and ends up becoming a local legend and the top street fighter of Busan. His best friend is Kwon Doo Hyun, who always lives under the shadow of Jung Woo.
Runtime: 15 minutes
Tong: Memories - Kickboxer: Vengeance - Netflix
Kickboxer: Vengeance is a 2016 American martial arts film directed by John Stockwell, and starring Alain Moussi, Jean-Claude Van Damme (who played Kurt Sloane in the original Kickboxer film), Dave Bautista, Gina Carano, Georges St-Pierre and Darren Shahlavi (in his final film role). It is the sixth film in the Kickboxer franchise and also serves as a reboot. The film has a similar premise as the first film in the franchise. The film was released in select theaters and on VOD by RLJ Entertainment on September 2, 2016.
Tong: Memories - Filming - Netflix
Filming began in New Orleans and Thailand on November 24, 2014. Dave Bautista and Alain Moussi shot their final fight scene during the New Orleans shoot, due to Bautista having to leave early to shoot his scenes as Mr. Hinx in the James Bond film Spectre. After completing the filming in New Orleans, Radar Pictures left without fully paying the crew and vendors. On February 10, 2015, producer Logothetis told Variety that all 180 crew members had been paid in early February, and he also revealed that there would a two-weeks shooting taken place in Thailand later that month. After the New Orleans shoot, actor Darren Shahlavi, who played Eric Sloane, died at the age of 42 on January 14, 2015. Dimitri Logothesis said that the film will be dedicated to Darren's memory. Production re-emerged in June 2015, with Alain Moussi going to Bangkok to film his scenes with Jean-Claude Van Damme. Dimitri Logothetis took over directing the shoot in Thailand.
Tong: Memories - References - Netflix