During the SXSW, Trent saw Haaga’s 68 kills three times; On the last day of the festival, including two back ridge demonstrations. The reason for this is very simple: The 68 Kill is one of the most brilliant and everlasting films ever seen in celluloid history.
Since the credits have begun to be collected, the film does not slow down for a second. If there is no intense, heart-pumping action sequence on the screen, there are really funny jokes instead. In film break-out moments – when venting or laughing – unexpectedly, as the film continues to love conversations among potential heroes, it makes the film closer to the world to make it feel honest.