A Friendly Visit Stirs Kung Fu Craziness In The New Romantic Action Comedy Short, LOVE LANGUAGE
Are you in the mood for a little love? A little romance? A little action and comedy? Then you are just in luck!
Actor and Jabronie Pictures founder and frontman Fernando Jay Huerto stars in a new short film titled Love Language, about a man who visits a friend’s house for a get-together. His entrance is welcomed with open arms, followed by several other challenges that await him when he suddenly spots the love of his life.
Love Language, produced, edited and directed by Mark Gadia, founder of Almost Good Films, is one of the latest gems circulating the independent film scene by way of its multi-award winning run during this year’s 48-Hour Film Project tour. The short film was also written by Rita Quach, along with Anthony Noceda who co-stars and choreographed the action with Huerto and Lunar Stunts actor and filmmaker, Eric Nguyen; Accordingly, the short film also follows up the events seen in Gadia‘s 2012 48-Hour Film entry, Rule 43, which also starred Huerto and Noceda., and actress Ciani Palencia who also reprises her role in this week’s sequel.
Other cast members include Keith Hammond, Gracie Lee Brown, Ivan Li and Corey Hammond.
It’s been a while since I wrote about Huerto, who has been busy traveling the world for the last several months since previously working with Gadia on one of his most recent projects titled Codename: Sword, which pays tribute to the amazing stunt coordination seen in last year’s holiday blockbuster event, Skyfall. Huerto is also involved in some upcoming film projects, including a few that will reunite him back on the screen with Canadian action filmmaking stunt team, Eclipse Stunts in the months ahead.
To catch up on what’s next, Huerto can also be seen with Noceda, Gadia and others in podcasts that are now available for viewing on the official Jabronie Pictures YouTube channel where you may also subscribe. And feel free to follow Mark Gadia on Facebook, as well as his official YouTube channel below where you can now check out Love Language.
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