Eric Lim Does Tokusatsu In SECONDARY EDUCATION

Following up his previous masterpiece, The Forge, is independent film actor Eric Lim in the role of an original Tokusatsu action comedy titled Secondary Education. Filmed between five days in July of last year while on location in at Eastern Regional High School in Voorhes, New Jersey, the short film sees independent filmmaker Jon Truei directing behind the camera with Lim in the role of Eugene Yamamoto, a high school science teacher forced to live two-lives in a single day between dealing with three kids stuck in detention, and battling actor Jae Greene (Maximum Impact) as the villainous Clawster.

Secondary Education, now available through YOMYOMF's YouTube portal, shows tons of spectacle and inventiveness and is well worthy of a look or two from a filmmaker who continuing to make great strides in 2013. Action director Joey Min created the spectacle for oft film partner, Truei who also co-wrote with Max Parr under Lim's Baby Under The Moon Productions banner. Josh Greenwald, Cosmo Sher and Michele Cutolo also star.

Three high school students are forced to make up a chemistry test during after school detention. Over the course of the afternoon, they discover that their Chemistry teacher, Eugene Yamamoto, has been leading a secret double life as a crime-fighting Power Ranger. When an escaped mutant lobster shows up in the hallways seeking revenge for his arrest at the hands of Mr. Yamamoto, they must use the science principles from the test that they failed to help him defeat it.A hybrid throwback to the educational after school specials of the 90s and the Japanese Tokusatsu genre.


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