Return of the Roller Blade Seven
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|Return of the Roller Blade Seven|
|Directed by||Donald G. Jackson|
|Produced by||Donald G. Jackson|
|Written by||Donald G. Jackson|
William Smith (actor)
|Music by||Scott Shaw|
|Cinematography||Donald G. Jackson|
|Edited by||Scott Shaw|
The Return of the Roller Blade Seven is a martial arts based film, released in 1993. The film is the second of two sequels to the film The Roller Blade Seven. The first sequel, The Legend of the Roller Blade Seven, was released in 1992.
The Return of the Roller Blade Seven was directed by Donald G. Jackson. It was produced and edited by Scott Shaw. This film picks up where The Roller Blade Seven leaves off. It follows the further adventures of the lead character, Hawk Goodman, played by Shaw.
As was the case of the first two films associated with this project, this film is based on the spiritual redemption of its lead characters. This movie was filmed in visually striking locations. It is filled with abstract dialogue and has a non-linear storyline.
The Return of the Roller Blade Seven was created in the distinct style of filmmaking known as Zen Filmmaking. This style of filmmaking was created by Scott Shaw and Donald G. Jackson. In this style of filmmaking no scripts are used.
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