Raised as a slave, Danny is used to fighting for his survival. In fact, his "master," Bart, thinks of him as a pet and goes as far as leashing him with a collar so they can make money in fight clubs, where Danny is the main contender. When Bart's crew is in a car accident, Danny escapes and meets a blind, kindhearted piano tuner who takes him in and uses music to free the fighter's long-buried heart.

Crime Boss Bart raises orphan Danny with no knowledge of anything other than how to fight, using him as an enforcer when debts must be collected. Don't want to be like a human attack dog any more, Danny escapes his captors and attempts to start a new life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Pongson A (fr) wrote: The first two action sequences are good. Then it moves to psychological drama which is too superficial. And ended up with a little bit of twisting. So-so.

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Tanya H (it) wrote: Definitely needed more work in the editing room. But it had a few of my favorite actors in it so I gave it a shot.

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