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The sensei, who never gives his name as anything but that, seems to be the sage mentor Casey has needed.He switches his pupil off of adult contemporary music and onto metal.Please carefully review any restrictions accompanying the Licensed Material on the Getty Images website, and contact your Getty Images representative if you have a question about them. Your Getty Images representative will discuss a renewal with you.You are welcome to use content from the Getty Images site on a complimentary basis for test or sample (composite or comp) use only, for up to 30 days following download.There's a good chance if you find the first hour of Self-Defense breezily entertaining you'll be put off by its final half-hour, which embraces the anarchy of Fight Club's "Project Mayhem." When the shock of the tone change wears off, you'll realize it is kind of necessary to give Casey's arc purpose and growth.While he emerged as a young leading man of mainstream fare around a decade ago, peaking with his iconic Oscar-nominated turn in Fincher's The Social Network, Eisenberg has been scarce on the big screen of late.
Print includes newspaper and magazine ads, in-store POS, non-POS displays, banners, posters, billboards, and more.You can see that his tastes and Hollywood's needs have increasingly drawn him to offbeat indie fare like this.He serves the film well and gives it precisely the performance the entire film hedges upon.That David Fincher film does appear to be an influence on this, which judging from the prominence of answering machines and video cassettes as well as the bulk of computer monitors appears to be set sometime in the 1990s.And while much of Self-Defense plays like a Demetri Martin vehicle, that changes when we discover the sketchier aspects of the dojo where Casey, let go from his old job, has been asked to bring the accounting books up to date.
Written and directed by Riley Stearns, the film might remind you of tae kwon do bits from Napoleon Dynamite and The Foot Fist Way.