Loner Sam (Jacob Ifan, Cuffs) has his life transformed when he comes into possession of a gun and starts to break the law. His ambitious policewoman sister Gina (Catrin Stewart, Doctor Who, Stella) is paid to uphold it and makes it her mission to find the owner of the weapon. The family saga plays out against an inquiry into the shooting of a local businessman that raises questions for Sam.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Bang - Mobile Legends: Bang Bang - Netflix
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) mobile game developed and published by Moonton.
Bang - Copyright controversy - Netflix
Riot Games, the company that develops and publishes the PC game League of Legends, filed a lawsuit on 11 July 2017 against the developer of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Shanghai Moonton Technology in the Central District Court of California as it had infringed on several trademarks in the game, including the game map, which looks similar to the well-known “Summoner's Rift” map used in League of Legends. Two other games, Magic Rush: Heroes and Mobile Legends: 5V5 MOBA were also brought into the question. It was also revealed that Moonton quietly took down the predecessor — Mobile Legends: 5V5 MOBA – after Riot Games attempted to contact Google Play and Apple's App Store to take the game down, and re-uploaded the same game with a different name Mobile Legends: Bang Bang with a few tweaks including a logo change, as the first also resembled the League of Legends logo. Moonton later released a statement on the same day via their Facebook page, claiming the media that they're spreading “unreal information and rumors” against them. Their statement also claims that “its copyright has already been registered and protected in multiple countries all over the world”. It further claimed that Moonton owned the intellectual property rights and threatened legal action against the media and competitors for spreading false information about Moonton and the game.
Bang - References - Netflix