JUN Razes Grim Retribution In The First Teaser Poster For The Upcoming Independent Action Thriller

Filmmaker multihyphenate Robert Samuels (H.K.S.A.) is still on his toes these days representing the current progress being made at his independent production banner, R4 Films LLC. His feature debut, Jun, currently has a screening date being readied for this November at the Urban Action Showcase and Expo in New York City but has since garnered an audience over the weekend with the debut of its official teaser trailer.

Newcomer, actress Cheyenne, makes her debut in the title role with a story centered on a clone who uses her immense abilities - mental and physical - to assemble a group of killers to eliminate the organization that created her, and to evade dark forces and factions in her pursuit. The film also enlists a raft of actors action performers among its cast, including Teniece Divya Johnson, David Chen, John DeBlasio, Kage Yami, Patrick Logan Pace, Eric Moran and David Lavallee Jr..

Cheyenne is the daughter of Tresa Man who represents fourth generation of the Yip Man Wing Chun lineage as successor and Dai Si Tsie (or "Eldest Sister) of Jun Mo Wing Chun with sisters Sindy Man and Ling Man. Jun Mo Wing Chun is an active martial arts school and community organization based in London as well as New York City where Cheyenne and her mother continue to expand and carry on the legacy of her late father, Grandmaster Sifu Joseph Man.

Jun is produced by Robert Jefferson and Ariel Jade with Alan Goldberg, Oso Tayari Casel, Andy Eng, Mark Wiley and John T. Chang executive producing, and action sequences by Manny Ayala.

Samuels unveiled the first official poster last week which you can view below. Check it out and check back for the official trailer which goes live on Saturday.


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