The Big 4 is an Indonesian crime comedy that will be on Netflix

The Big 4, a forthcoming action crime comedy directed by Timo Tjahjanto and produced in Indonesia, has had its official trailer made available by the streaming service Netflix. Beginning on December 15th, the movie can be streamed online.

The Big 4 is an Indonesian crime comedy that will be on Netflix

Dina, a law enforcement officer investigating the circumstances surrounding her father’s death, is featured in the film. In the pursuit of information, she tries to locate the four individuals who shared a close relationship with her father.

She was unaware that her father had trained those four individuals to become proficient assassins. The murderous foursome decides to come out of retirement to defend Dina from the adversaries of their mentor.

The summary states, “A by-the-book detective investigates the death of her father and follows a clue to a distant tropical island, only to find out his true identity as a head of a bunch of assassins.” This is what happens after the investigator discovers her father’s true identity.

Now that her father’s adversaries are pursuing her, she has no choice but to join forces with the rogues that her father had trained – four disgraced assassins eager to go back into action.

Take a look at the official trailer for The Big 4 down below:

The Big 4 Trailer

Timo Tjahjanto is the director of The Big 4, which he directed based on a screenplay he co-wrote with Johanna Wattimena. Abimana Aryasatya, Putri Marino, Arie Kriting, Kristo Immanuel, Marthino Lio, Michelle Tahalea, Budi Ros, Donny Damara, and Lutesha are some of the actors that can be seen in this movie.

Tjahjanto is an esteemed Indonesian filmmaker who is best known for his work in the horror genre. Some of his most well-known films in this genre include “May the Devil Take You,” “The Night Comes for Us,” and “V/H/S/94.” He is currently in talks to helm the English adaptation of Train to Busan, titled The Last Train to New York and produced by New Line Cinema.

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