An item that looks harmless can become a formidable weapon. To know how to use your surroundings is a basic concept for self-defense. Therefore, it's important to be able to use the improvised weapons found anywhere around you. Thus, a pen, a key or even a newspaper may, if needed, be improvised as a weapon and possibly save your life. To this day, Franck Ropers remains an undisputed expert in fighting. In this video, he shows you his self-defense method based on the Indonesian martial art of Penchak Silat, a devastating discipline. The numerous techniques unveiled here are just like Penchak Silat: quick, efficient, and destructive. For in a self-defense situation, the speed of execution is vital and each combination goes directly to the point. This DVD contains demonstrations of defense techniques using empty hands as well as usual items improvised as weapons. Languages: English - French - Spanish - German; Extra Features: Making of, Trailers.