BORROWED TIME 3: FALLING APART- Alan Delabie Takes on Patrick Kilpatrick in the Newest Entry of the Martial Arts/Action Franchise

By: John M Jerva

Martial artist, filmmaker and star Alan Delabie is back in action as the third film in his Borrowed Time franchise is set to hit this summer. Aptly titled Borrowed Time 3: Falling Apart, Delabie reprises his role of an ex-con living on borrowed time (hence the title 😉) who must take down a ruthless criminal before it’s too late. Boasting a sensational action cast, this one features some must see martial arts action sequences courtesy of Delabie and company. Check out the new key art and trailer below!

Official Synopsis: Franck Denard sets out on the trail of the mysterious Wagner who had made him a human guinea pig without his knowledge. But he must first settle scores with Pietro, who has become number one in the Malandrain criminal organization in Europe. Franck will have to face his demons in an attempt to save the people he loves.

Borrowed Time 3: Falling Apart features the return of Delabie who besides kicking ass in the movie also co-directed the film along with genre icon David Worth who also directed JCVD’s Kickboxer. The all-star cast includes the Sandman himself Patrick Kilpatrick (Death Warrant , Minority Report), Louis Mandylor (Debt Collector 1&2), Costas Mandylor (Saw), Matthias Hues (I Come in Peace, Kickboxer 2), Eric Roberts (Best of the Best, Expendables) and Catriona MacColl (The Beyond, House by the Cemetary).

Expect the film to hit sometime this summer. In the meantime, check out the previous installment which is currently available on DVD from Amazon!

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