66 tells the story of an assassin-for-hire, who is hired to kill a police informant, but instead steals the money and runs, igniting the spark that leads a criminal organization to go to war with itself.
After returning home to hide out, he discovers his family’s business has ties to a branch of the same criminal organization. His secret past and bad decisions help spark a deadly battle for power between the men who hired him and hold his family’s fate in their hands. 66 soon finds himself caught in the middle of this war, with his loyalty torn between his family, his employer and the woman he was charged to protect.
A man of violence wishes to become something more. A city of criminals and evil men who will do anything to make sure it is their vision of the future that triumphs. A woman who still sees hope and potential for change. Whose vision is stronger, whose vision will succeed? A battle of willpower and violence, a battle between deadly men, with the fate of the city and one man’s soul hanging in the balance.
- The Prestigious Platinum Remi Award at the 49th WorldFest-Houston International Independent Film Festival 2016, Texas. It was screened as a World Premiere and was the only Indonesian feature film that won an award at the festival.
- #66 went on to win two awards, Best Sound Design & Best Supporting Actress in a Foreign Language Film from four nominations (Best Director of a Foreign Language Feature Film, Best Supporting Actress in a Foreign Language Film, Best Sound Design, and Best Costume), at the 8th International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema London 2016.
- #66 gained recognition from the Chinese film industry at the 6th Beijing International Film Festival, the biggest film festival in Asia and the third largest in the world. On February 2016, it was officially selected and screened at the International Panorama Section at the 6th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF), held from April 8th to 23rd.
- At the 12th Annual Action on Film International Film Festival 2016 (held in Los Angeles) - which was listed among MovieMaker magazine’s exclusive list of top festivals - #66 was nominated for Best Fight Choreography - Feature, Male Action Performer of the Year, Action Film of the Year-Feature, and Best Foreign Film. #66 won two awards for Best Fight Choreography - Feature and Best Foreign Film (Runner Up).
- #66 was also officially selected at China’s third biggest international film festival: the 3rd Silk Road International Film Festival (SRIFF), which was held in Xi’an from September 19th to 23rd, 2016. #66 was chosen for their Panorama Section along with over 200 Chinese and other foreign quality movies.
As the director and main actor of #66, Asun Mawardi was chosen to represent Indonesia for theASEAN Film Week in 3rd SRIFF forum to discuss the collaboration between China and ASEAN countries in the near future.