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Tai ji: Zhang San Feng
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Writer:
Kwong Kim Yip (screenplay)
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Release Date:
18 November 1993 (Hong Kong) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Une rencontre de légende
Plot:
Two friends ex Shaolin monks part ways as they brush with the ongoing rebellion against the government. The ambitious one rise up to e a powerful military commander, while his betrayed friend resorts to learn the calm ways of Tai Chi. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Jet Li Shines In "Twin Warriors" See more (46 total) »

Cast

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Jet Li ... Junbao

Michelle Yeoh ... Siu Lin

Siu-Ho Chin ... Chin Bo (as Chin Siu Ho)
Fennie Yuen ... Miss Li (as Fannie Yuen)
Cheung-Yan Yuen ... Rev. Ling (as Yuen Cheung Yan)
Shun Lau ... Master Jueyuan (as Lau Shun)
Hai Yu ... Head Master
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kam Kong Chow
Yung-chang Ho

Directed by
Woo-ping Yuen  (as Yuen Woo Ping)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kwong Kim Yip  screenplay (as Ip Kwong Kim)

Produced by
Bo-Chu Chui .... co-producer (as Tsui Po Chiu)
Jet Li .... producer (as Yangzhong Li)
 
Original Music by
Stephen Edwards (music: English adaptation) (as Steve Edwards)
Wai Lap Wu 
 
Cinematography by
Moon-Tong Lau (director of photography) (as Tom Lau)
 
Film Editing by
Angie Lam 
 
Production Design by
Delin Fu 
King Man Lee 
Raymond Li 
 
Art Direction by
Delin Fu (art director: Beijing)
King Man Lee (art director: Hong Kong)
 
Costume Design by
Baorong Huang 
 
Makeup Department
Juanjuan Jiang .... makeup: beijing unit
Lihua Li .... hair: beijing unit
Lihua Li .... makeup: beijing unit
Yun-Ling Man .... makeup artist
Jun Quan .... makeup: beijing unit
Siu-Mei Sau .... hair stylist
Hong Su .... makeup: beijing unit
Bing Sun .... makeup: beijing unit
Qiu Xu .... makeup: beijing unit
Teng Zhang .... makeup: beijing unit
Fengling Zhao .... makeup: beijing unit
 
Production Management
Rubin Cai .... production lead: Beijing unit
Julia Chu .... production supervisor
Erge Jie .... production lead: Beijing unit
Hai Li .... production manager: Beijing
Chang-An Liu .... production manager: Beijing
Er-Dong Liu .... production manager: Beijing
Guiping Luo .... production manager: Beijing
Changyi Wu .... production manager: Beijing
Gai-Yim Yeung .... production manager (as David Yeung)
 
Art Department
Wong-Sing Chan .... props
Yiu-Wing Chan .... set dresser
Fong-Tei Chen .... property master
Jinzhu Chen .... props: Beijing
Sam-Po Cheung .... props
Yeuk-Keung Cheung .... props
Xiuru Ding .... assistant art director: beijing unit
Fai Fong .... props
Hongsheng Guo .... props: Beijing
Gang Li .... sets: Beijing
Xian Liu .... sets: Beijing
Yanbin Sun .... props: Beijing
Xinjian Tao .... props: Beijing
Songliu Tian .... deputy art director: Beijing
Chunpu Wang .... sets: Beijing
 
Sound Department
David B. Baron .... sound: English adaptation
Todd Beckett .... sound re-recording mixer
Ming Yang Chen .... dubbing editor: mandarin
Wai-Luen Cheng .... sound recordist
Siu-Lung Ching .... sound effects editor
Kam Wing Chow .... sound recordist
Stephen Fitzmaurice .... adr mixer: English version
Stephen Fitzmaurice .... sound: English version
Angie Lam .... dubbing editor: cantonese
Jack Maeby .... sound: English adaptation
Frank Nolan .... sound: new version
Lok-fai Pang .... sound recordist
Timothy Pearson .... foley artist
Michael Sorich .... sound: English adaptation
 
Special Effects by
Cunping Bai .... pyrotechnics: Beijing
Xiangdong Peng .... pyrotechnics: Beijing
 
Stunts
Huan-Chiu Ku .... martial arts and stunt double: Jet Li
Cheung-Yan Yuen .... stunt coordinator
Woo-ping Yuen .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Fengxiang Bao .... assistant camera: beijing unit
Hon-wing Chan .... electrician
Wai-Nin Chan .... gaffer
Lap-kei Cheng .... assistant camera
Yuen Man Fung .... assistant camera
Tao Hai .... assistant camera: beijing unit
Feng Hao .... grip: beijing unit
Shui-Fong Lui .... electrician
Ying-Tat Luk .... unit crew
Kwok Kin Pun .... unit crew (as Kwok-kin Poon)
Shaojun Qin .... grip: beijing unit
Wing-Chi Wong .... assistant gaffer
Chi-tim Yeung .... electrician
Yuk Wah Yuen .... still photographer
Laifu Zhang .... grip: beijing unit
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Weiying Cai .... costumer
Jun Chai .... costumer
Shui-Lin Fung .... assistant costume designer
Weifeng Liu .... costumer
He Meng .... costumer
Baoli Tang .... costumer
Junying Wang .... costumer
Yongzhi Wu .... costumer
Qingxiang Zhang .... costumer
 
Other crew
Rubin Cai .... planner
Ji-Chun Chan .... assistant unit manager: hong kong unit (as David Chan)
Donghui Chen .... continuity
Julia Chu .... production advisor
Minru Gao .... script supervisor
Si Hao .... production assistant
Shui-Cheong Kwan .... production assistant
Shui-Cheong Kwan .... production assistant: hong kong unit
Kwan-Lok Leung .... assistant unit manager: hong kong unit
Shulan Liu .... production assistant
Kei Shu .... translator: english
Siu-Chung Siu .... assistant unit manager: hong kong unit
Qiang Sun .... production assistant
Baoyin Wulan .... script supervisor
Tiansheng Xu .... planner
Hao Zhong .... script supervisor
 

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Also Known As:
"Tai ji: Zhang San Feng" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Twin Warriors" - UK, USA (DVD title)
"Tai Chi Master" - International (English title) (imdb display title)
"The Tai-Chi Master" - Hong Kong (English title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for martial arts violence
Runtime:
96 min
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1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Donnie Yen was offered the role of Chin Bo, but turned it down to pursue his solo career.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: In the final fight, the wires are visible.See more »
Quotes:
Junbao:Enough! Stop living in your past! What do you think you're doing here? Stop shoving me away! The past is what makes up who we are. Don't let it become your burden.See more »
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Jet Li Shines In "Twin Warriors", 23 October 2006
Author: titan-28 from United States

"Twin Warriors" is one of my favorite Jet Li movies. It is about two monks who grow up together and befriend one another. After getting kicked out of their temple, they have to live in the world outside of the temple for the first time of their lives. Unfamiliar with the real world and how it works, they end up choosing different paths. In the end they end up fighting one another and throw their long friendship out the window. Also joining them is Michelle Yeoh, famous for "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", and does a good job as well. The story is pretty good, and it even has some funny moments. There is no sexuality or hard language which is good for this film. The action in it is over the top and non-stop. It is definitely why you would want to see this movie, all different kinds of combat and martial arts. You have one on one fights, huge wars, hand to hand combat, weapon combat, and even the grab anything and use it as a weapon combat. The dubbing is pretty decent, and I don't think you can even find it in the States with the original voices. There are some minor flaws, like a times you can see wires, or things just look really fake, but it doesn't really take anything away from the film and is very entertaining. If you are a martial arts, Jet Li, or action fan, you should like this one. It has an R rating, but really could be PG-13 as there isn't anything very gory or sexual.

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