A woman uses her knowledge of kung fu to kill many warriors by kicking them in the ribs and head.


(as Chen Jhy Hwa)


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Credited cast:
Pu-Liao Hsu ...
(as Po-Lu Hsiao)
Fei Fei
Dean Shek ...
(as Shih Tien)
Kai Chia
Paul Chun ...
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Pao Lu
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A woman uses her knowledge of kung fu to kill many warriors by kicking them in the ribs and head.

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1979 (Hong Kong)  »

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The Eternal Conflict  »

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19 November 2008 | by See all my reviews

....especially for the fact that we're apparently meant to assume that every character in the movie assumes that Angela Mao's character is a man; she's constantly referred to as such in the dialogue, but there is absolutely nothing "manly" in the way the gorgeous Angela looks and sounds. More lighthearted than some of her other films, and even resembling a slapstick comedy at times, "Dance of Death" is made up by about 10% plot and 90% fighting. And the fighting itself is mostly of the type that I have a problem with in these "old-school" kung fu movies: it looks too much like a carefully planned, elaborate stage performance / demonstration of various styles, and it lacks intensity. Of course movie fighting HAS to be carefully planned, but the trick is not to LOOK like it. (**)

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