Win ‘Kite’ on DVD

In a vast, multicultural and decimated urban landscape, post- financial collapse, SAWA, beautiful but emotionally detached, lives a secret life as a covert assassin.

The daughter of a police detective involved in the investigation of human trafficking, she was orphaned at the tender age of 12 when an unknown assailant targeted both of her parents.

Now 18, Sawa is a human time-bomb intent upon eliminating members of the flesh-cartels whom she presumes murdered her family — men who exploit the defenseless children of a collapsed society for the pleasure of high-paying, foreign clients.

Her father’s ex-partner, INSPECTOR KARL AKER, is a renegade cop who believes that the only way to eradicate the problems of a corrupt and failed state is to take the law into his own hands. With his help they havesworn to avenge her parent’s death by taking out the head of the cartel, a mysterious man known only as The Emir.

Sequestered in a cryptic lifestyle that she shares only with him, Sawa is dependent upon Aker. A powerful, dominating figure, twice her age, he is a supportive, surrogate father, and under his tutelage she has become anemotionless killing machine skilled at infiltrating the flesh-cartels and liquidating its members.

KITE is available on DVD & Blu-ray 13 October


We have three copies of Kite on DVD to give away to readers of Front Row Reviews, all you need to do is answer one simple question.

To count yourself in with a chance of winning, join us on facebook and twitter – then just send us an email with your name, contact details and the answer to this simple question:

Kite is based upon what form of storytelling?

a) Anime
b) Radio
c) Old Wives’ Tales

COMPETITION CLOSES: October 23rd, 5pm

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About The Author

Reviews Editor, Contributor and Festival Coordinator

Ollie has written for Front Row Reviews pretty much since its inception about seven years ago whilst still studying Film & Television. Since then, he was trust into the world of independent film distribution and has recently started working with Picturehouse Entertainment in their Marketing Department. Having written and produced two radio series, he is moving hoping to (one day) write a web series/short film/feature (delete as appropriate ;)). His favourite director is David Lynch (which makes him make a lot of sense!) and his favourite films are The Hours, Mulholland Drive, Volver, Blade Runner and Bridget Jones Diary.

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