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Directed by Paolo Asuncion

SHORT NARRATIVE | 22 minutes | Canadian Premiere

It's been said that some motorcycles have souls, but how does a bike acquire its spirit? After watching countless moto movie cliches about how cool it is to be a biker or how badass a bike is (and producing their own stupid shit thereby contributing to the problem), the Handsome Asians Motorcycle Club put their heads together and decide to make a short film that focuses on an example of what it is that connects the biker to the bike.

About the Director

Paolo Asuncion has over 20 years of experience in multiple digital arts disciplines and together with a small team dubbed as The Handsome Asians Motorcycle Club, Paolo has produced award winning documentaries and short films. 

Film Info

Premiere: Canadian

Release Year: 2016

Runtime: 22 minutes

Language: English

Country: United States

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Credits

Director: Paolo Asuncion

Producer: Erik Pascual

Writer: Paolo Asuncion

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