Bigger attack in "The Raid" sequel

Cinema Online23 September 2012
Bigger attack in "The Raid" sequel

23 Sep – After creating serious buzz at different international movie festivals with "The Raid", Welsh director Gareth Evans is ready to present a bigger story in the sequel of his Indonesian crime-fighting thriller, according to Digital Spy.

"It's very, very different from the first movie - the scale of it is much, much bigger. It's a lot more complex in terms of storyline and character this time," Evans explained.

He added, "I felt like I couldn't get away with something as simplistic as we did in the first one, [which] was all in one building. We go out onto the streets with this one."

The 32-year old filmmaker said that the sequel titled "Berandal" in Indonesian will be focusing on some of the characters that were mentioned towards the final scene of the first movie and they will continue with a much exciting plot on worst killers and drugs together with the main character Rama.

"We have a good cop who is mentioned at the end of the first film, and we have the big bad guy, the boss of the corrupt cops. They become characters in the sequel, and they're much more expanded upon. They play a part in Rama's life now, so it's a continuation and it's going be big."

It was also confirmed that Indonesian martial artist Iko Uwais will reprise his role as rookie cop Rama in "Berandal", which will begin its shooting in January 2013.

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