The fight felt like some mysterious sponsor trying to give their son or talents a little more screen-time in hope to pick up.
Just needs a ye bit more streamlining during the workshopping of the script.
She herself is as nice as she's able to be and actually wants to make a change.
Davidson attempts to escape in the ensuing chaos, but is assassinated by Sadi, who had been hired by Kwan before leaving Hong Kong with Kit.
He peddles his drugs on Bar Street for Owen Davidson, the owner of Petrus, who uses the restaurant as a front for his drug business.
I was especially impressed by the way that co-writers Lee and Wong made virtually every character appear to be an extension of Teung's central dilemma: why does he, a man who's ashamed of his past, deserve a comeback? Bautista in particular makes for a delightful, terrifying, and insurmountable foe, despite only having about eight lines, half of which are about steaks.
After which as fate would have it, couples indeed they became.
All fine and dandy, I have no problems with that.