R | | Action, Crime, Drama
A humble businessman with a buried past seeks justice when his daughter is killed in an act of terrorism. A cat-and-mouse conflict ensues with a government official, whose past may hold clues to the killers' identities.
Despite the change from the novel's original title of "The Chinaman", Quan is still referred to as such 6 times in the film.
Quan Ngoc Minh:
Politicians and terrorists, they are just 2 ends of the same snake.
Quan Ngoc Minh: What's the difference?
Liam Hennessy: There is a difference.
Liam Hennessy: One end bites and the other doesn't.
You can see the Irish Setter sniffing the hand of Hennesy's man as they are walking on the farm. Then when Hennesy takes a call the dog follows him and get a treat to follow him. You can see the dog wagging his tail and chewing as he nudges the guy's hand again.
The title is shown as a series of Asian-language characters before it changes into its English title.
AUD 132,211 (Australia) (15 October 2017)
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