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Huo bing feng lin du (1974)

Passion and the agony of injustice boil over into an unshakeable resolve, as Pan Lung returns home after five years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. While searching for his former ... See full summary »

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Chiang-Lung Wen
Lun Yang
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Chi Ping Chang
En Chen
Tammy Cower
Robameice Deimikor
Chiu Ping Hu
Kuang Hu
Yung Kwan
Chiang Li
Robert Macy
Li Tsui
Kung-Sheng Wei
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Passion and the agony of injustice boil over into an unshakeable resolve, as Pan Lung returns home after five years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. While searching for his former lover in a world that has changed dramatically, he is continually attacked, and must fight for his life. When an old enemy accuses him of murder, he vows to fight to the death.

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21 June 1974 (Taiwan)  »

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A Chung Kuo Hung film, I hope it was the Last!
7 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

After seeing this film, I felt compelled to comment. At the beginning of the film you would have thought that Bruce Willis and Madonna were playing star roles at the endless introductions and credits. I feel that by saying this was by far the worst obscure Kung Fu flick I have ever seen would lessen the blow that I am about to give. The Main character is a worker that accidentally kills his boss while digging for gold, (betcha heard that one before). After being sent to prison, his lover is taken with child and marries the drunk gambling son of the Gold Mine in order to escape shame and death (they were hard on unwed mothers). Returning from prison he finds his old flame is married, best friend wants to send him back to prison, virtually everybody wants to kick his ass and cant find a job. Finally a corrupt EVIL westerner who runs a gambling outfit hires him after seeing that he beats the crap out of everybody that works for him.

I must make special mention of the fighting style. The fight scenes that were orchestrated were reminiscent of a child staring in the mirror saying "I know KungFu". There were almost 20 fight scenes where I WISH someone would pick up a sword or a stick and finish them off. They beat and flung and flipped one another about 700 times, I think it was the fighting style of WimpLo, the my Face hit your Fist technique. I wish that I had the time back from watching it. I can only say if you liked this film then you would also like Gouging your eyes out with two sharp sticks! Don't do it, go watch television snow so you wont be haunted by the lack of coordinated punches and falls. I feel as though I were watching a train wreck except when you see it sliding off the tracks, it just doesn't stop....it just keeps going and going and going. Please end my misery and someone Find Chung Kuo Hung and demand WHY he made this abomination among obscure Kung Fu movies. If you watch this you will hate yourself for it. Well, I hope that was a fair assessment and someone out there will have an opportunity to buy this, maybe from Ebay. Don't do it, not even for $1 with free shipping, Just Don't DO IT.


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