A Korean man's resemblance to the legendary martial arts star Bruce Lee proves to be a mixed blessing when he stumbles onto the activities of the Mob. Written by
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played dual roles on this movie. Yune played both Bruce and his Grandfather. See more
In the movie, "Bruce" sees the Boss of Bosses giving Freddy the "Kiss Of Death" and mentions that he knows about the kiss because he watched the Godfather movies. "Bruce" also mentions to the Boss of Bosses that he doesn't kiss as good as Marlon Brando. In actuality, Marlon Brando never gave the kiss of death in the original film "The Godfather". The kiss of death was actually first given by Al Pacino in "The Godfather Part II" to John Cazale. See more
[Johnny arrives at his grandfather's deathbed just in time for the old man's last words
I'll make you proud of me. When I grow up, I'll make lots of money.
Let me tell you, grandson. Money is not the most important thing in life. The most important thing is... broads. Broads!
References Saturday Night Fever