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Tough week? Feeling a bit delicate? You might want to reconsider watching this brutal montage from The Raid: Berendal. There's not even any dialogue to distract from the violence - unless you count "Argh!".

Having recovered from the heroic events of 2011's raid, Rama returns to the streets of Jakarta. Taking out a building-load of hardened criminals has had its repercussions, with yet more madmen looking to take revenge on the young cop and his family.

In an effort conceal his identity, Rama goes undercover, forging a new identity as unhinged criminal Yuda. With this new cover, he goes about infiltrating the very gang looking to kill him.

Director Gareth Evans has achieved the unlikely, cranking the combat up another notch. Prepare yourselves.

The Raid: Berendal arrives 11 April



(Via: IGN)

(Images: YouTube)

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