The Action Heats Up In The Kitchen In A New Clip From SPECIAL ID

Starlit Film Group is letting you have your first taste of the goods with a new clip a month away from the upcoming release of director Clarence Fok's Special ID.  The clip features close quarters combat with lead action star Donnie Yen taking on a small army of thugs in a cramped kitchen, which leaks out onto the streets of Hong Kong involving bodies out of windows, and intricately coordinated car crashes courtesy of stunt coordinator Bruce Law.

The film is already a highly anticipated hit considering its been almost two years since production began, and close to a year since it was supposed to be released were it not for some unfortunate legal matters along the way. Thankfully now, the film is headed for domestic release on October 18, 2013, with other releases pending.

The film is currently awaiting release details from North American distribution company Well Go USA.

Check out the new clip, as well as some behind the scenes car stunt footage with Law and co-star Jing Tian.
Yen takes on the role of Zilong Chen, an undercover police officer deep within the ranks of one of China’s most ruthless underworld gangs. The leader of the gang, Xiong (Collin Chou – JET LI’S FEARLESS, THE FORBIDDEN KINGDOM, THE MATRIX REVOLUTIONS, THE MATRIX RELOADED), has made it his priority to weed out the government infiltrators in his midst. Struggling to keep his family together and his identity concealed, Chen is torn between two worlds.
Upping the stakes, as Chen’s undercover comrades are being dealt with, one by one, Chen fears his days are numbered. Now, he must risk everything to take down the organization and reclaim the life he lost when he took on this perilous assignment. As the action mounts, Chen must do everything he can to protect the SPECIAL IDENTITY he wishes he never had before it’s too late.


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