Clash (film)

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Vietnamese film poster.
Directed by Le Thanh Son
Produced by Jimmy Pham Nghiem
Johnny Tri Nguyen
Ngo Thanh Van
Written by Johnny Tri Nguyen
Ho Quang Hung
Le Thanh Son
Starring Johnny Tri Nguyen
Ngo Thanh Van
Hoang Phuc
Lam Minh Thang
Hieu Hien
Music by Christopher Wong
Cinematography Dominic Pereira
Edited by Ham Tran
Distributed by Indomina Releasing
Vivendi Entertainment
Chanh Phuong Films
Release dates
  • December 9, 2009 (2009-12-09)
Running time
94 minutes
Country Vietnam
Language Vietnamese
Budget US$1.5 million[1]

Clash (Vietnamese: Bẫy Rồng) is a 2009 Vietnamese martial arts/action film directed by Le Thanh Son and starring Johnny Tri Nguyen and actress/singer Ngo Thanh Van. Johnny Tri Nguyen and Ngo Thanh Van had recently appeared together in the 2007 film The Rebel.


Trinh codename Phoenix (Ngo Thanh Van), a female mob enforcer, must complete a series of organized crime jobs for her boss Hac Long (Hoang Phuc Nguyen) in order to win the release of her kidnapped daughter. She hires several mercenaries to help, including Quan dubbed Tiger (Johnny Tri Nguyen), who she becomes attracted to. Trinh and Quan's relationship becomes complicated as it becomes evident that their motivations are not the same.[2]


  • Johnny Tri Nguyen as Quan / Tiger
  • Ngo Thanh Van as Trinh / Phoenix
  • Hoang Phuc as Hac Long
  • Lam Minh Thang as Cang / Snake
  • Hieu Hien as Phong / Ox
  • Tran The Vinh as Tuan / Hawk
  • Dang Trung Tuan as A Lu
  • Nguyen Hau as A Thoong
  • Ly Anh Kiet as Minh
  • Tran Huu Phuc as Thanh
  • Dien Thai Minh as Hai
  • Tawny Truc Nguyen as Female assassin
  • Alain Bruxelles as French gangster
  • François de la Torre as French gangster
  • Jérôme as French gangster
  • Thomas Michel Meyer as French gangster
  • David Minetti as French gangster
  • Rémi Recher as French gangster
  • Yann Williot as French gangster


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