Spelonk - The end of the world is coming, if we like it or not…. it is reality.
To be a part of the Spelonk movie is extremely special and to share my fighting expertise in this movie is an absolute honor. I am beyond exited to be part of this movie produced locally. I cannot wait to create mind blowing fighting scenes, like never seen in action movies before. It is going to be spectacular, taking the South African film industry to the next level.
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The team of spelonk is very excited to have the team of Sabotage Elite involved, which includes parkour export Johan Jordaan.
A word from Johan: I am very excited to be apart of this awesome family. I am an professional parkour athlete. I think one of all the cool things about this movie will be to Parkour through all the old and broken down areas also to do some fight scenes. That is definitely something I can't wait for. I must say I am very excited for this post apocalyptic feel this movie is going to bring the audience. It is really going to bring a new adventure to the screens.
For the Tribe that I am in (more details to be revealed later on this). Parkour brings something unique to the screen, and in this apocalypse film our group learn to survive using the surrounding, overcoming obstacles mentally and physically. we are developing our own fighting style which includes fast movements. We operate silently but effectively whilst we go about finding loot and stealing where required (as characters in the film off course). We use the surrounding obstacles in our advantage. I am very Excited for this film and crew. The people are amazing and we have an awesome director Desmond Denton
I cant wait to start working on the film, and show you all what spelonk has to offer on the big screen.
We are excited to have one of the best coffee providers involved with Spelonk. Be sure to order The spelonk Single Origin limited edition coffee. Full body that is intense and creamy, a fine Tanzania coffee has a sweet berry-like, fruity flavor and sometimes notes of cedar. Grown on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, under the shade of banana trees, truly an exotic location for this east African coffee.
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