A swordsman learns about love and life when he falls for one woman and another girl falls for him. Meanwhile, he and the one he is in love with must fight an evil warlord bent on corruption.

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Wu Fei
Sharla Cheung ...
Purple Yuen (as Man Cheung)
Michelle Reis ...
Ching Ling (as Michele Lee)
Elvis Tsui ...
Fung Nam-Tin
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Ka-Kui Ho ...
Sit Hei
King-Tan Yuen ...
Mo-Yung
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A swordsman learns about love and life when he falls for one woman and another girl falls for him. Meanwhile, he and the one he is in love with must fight an evil warlord bent on corruption.

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20 August 1993 (Hong Kong)  »

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The Story of the Flying Fox  »

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Help, I enjoyed this crazy movie!
18 January 1999 | by See all my reviews

This is a magical, rapid-paced "martial arts" movie about good against evil (avenging the death of parents) in ancient China. It was never dull plus had a surprisingly sensuous love triangle between the male hero who is loved by two lovely female heros. It had scenes of "comedic violence", romantic sensuality, and characters with magical powers and great fights all at a such a rapid pace that it was heard to keep up with the subtitles even for a fast reader like me. I felt guilty to feel entertained by it since I presume most will dismiss it.


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