It was late last year that a teaser arose for the forthcoming release of director Helfi Kardit's latest action thriller, Ten: The Secret Mission. The official trailer is now out and circulating the web from 07/08 films while a release date in Indonesia remains pending.
I only recently started watching Kardit's 2014 thriller, Guardian, so I await on giving a full opinion just yet on his repetoire of work. In the meantime, Ten: The Secret Mission looks like it ought to please action fans to an ample degree with a story centered on ten models secretly recruited to trained to become combat-ready commandos.
Violence ensues with our heroes and villains mixing it up with fists, feet and sharp objects in between, which is clearly the selling point in much of the newest, English subbed trailer you can now watch below!
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