Nu zi tai quan qun ying hui (1975)

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Credited cast:
Chuan Chen
Chi Chu Chin
Keiko Hara
Han Jae Ji
Chang-suk Kim
Wang Kuk Kim
Chie Kobayashi
Dae-yeob Lee
Seong-jae Park
Nami Saijo
Bao Tan
James Tien
Carter Wong
Yeon-jeong Woo


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15 March 1975 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Belles of Taekwondo  »

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John Woo's Kung Fu Is Strong
19 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Starring James Tien and Carter Wong, the two begin as friends yet are torn apart by the enemy and the heart of a girl.

This was only John Woo's second effort as a director, but kung fu fans have noted "this looks like a mature Woo picture, with lots of zooming shots and liberal use of slow motion." The same person says, "Though Woo is credited as the screenwriter, one gets the sense that perhaps Golden Harvest insisted the female-oriented scenes (complete with mud wrestling and catfights in a bathhouse) be placed in to increase the 'production value'.

I hardly claim to be an expert on Woo or martial arts films. Heck, I can barely even claim to be a fan, having seen more than the average person but far less than the average kung fu fan. I will just have to take this critic's word for it.

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