Kung Fu – Silence

by Alan Rapp on April 16, 2021

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Kung Fu (2021) – Silence
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Kung Fu - Silence television review

“Silence” feels like the show setting up the template for the remainder of its First Season. Nicky Shen (Olivia Liang) struggles with trying to fit back in with her family while helping someone in need, with an assist from an old boyfriend (Gavin Stenhouse), and relying heavily on Henry (Eddie Liu) to search for Zhilan (Yvonne Chapman). Nicky also struggles with finding the peace to properly deal with the loss of her life in China and the death of her mentor. The client of the week is a mother and daughter with an abusive boyfriend (Link Baker) who has been stealing from them to fuel his gambling habit. A visit from Nicky, first in their home and then later in an underground casino where she takes back the last of the family’s savings, help put the matter to rest (and also make others aware of Nicky’s talents). As for Zhilan, she makes an appearance in the epilogue as the race for the other mystical weapons has begun.

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