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Red Trousers: The Life of the Hong Kong Stuntmen (2003)

A short action film interwoven into a documentary tells the story of the legendary unsung heroes of Hong Kong film, the stuntmen and women. This film features the world's most illustrious ... See full summary »

Director:

Robin Shou

Writers:

Craig Reid (screenplay), Robin Shou (screenplay)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Robin Shou ... Evan / Narrator / Himself
Beatrice Chia Beatrice Chia ... Silver
Keith Cooke ... Kermuran (as Keith Cooke Hirabayashi)
Hakim Alston Hakim Alston ... Eyemarder
Craig Reid Craig Reid ... Jia Fei (as Craig D. Reid)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Buffulo Buffulo ... Computer virus thug / Zu's zombie fighter
Mindy Dhanjal Mindy Dhanjal ... Zu Yao Her
Duck Duck ... Forest Devil / Himself
Kok Siu Hang Kok Siu Hang ... Flying machine body guard / forest devil / himself
Lueng Shing Hung Lueng Shing Hung ... Zu's Zombie Fighter
Sammo Kam-Bo Hung ... Himself (as Sammo Hung)
Loi Kwan Kam Loi Kwan Kam ... Flying machine body guard / computer virus thug / forest devil / zu's zombie fighter / himself (as Kam Loi Kwan)
Alice Lee ... Nurse
Mike Leeder Mike Leeder ... Mr. Goa
Chi Ming Leung Chi Ming Leung ... Forest Devil
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Storyline

A short action film interwoven into a documentary tells the story of the legendary unsung heroes of Hong Kong film, the stuntmen and women. This film features the world's most illustrious stuntmen, and many current working stuntmen, profiled through interviews and clips that showcase their work. It explores their death-defying feats and foolhardy working methods and traces their origin back to the original Hong Kong stuntmen known as "red trousers" - a term used to describe acrobats in Peking Opera. By incorporating the martial arts, fantasy, adventure short action film, "Lost Time," the viewer is given an actual account of how stunts are created and executed on film. Written by Kelly

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language and violent images | See all certifications »
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Details

Official Sites:

Tai Seng Media

Country:

Hong Kong | USA

Language:

English | Cantonese

Release Date:

August 2006 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Hong ku zi See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Tai Seng Entertainment See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (TV)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The scenes of Robin Shou being "interviewed" were shot by Shou, by himself. Shou set up the camera outdoors and filmed himself as though he were responding to a prompter's questions, choosing to do so without a partner because he knew exactly what he wanted to say. According to him, Hong Kong citizens passing by on the street stared perplexedly at the man speaking English to thin air. See more »

Connections

Features Dong fang lao hu (1990) See more »

Soundtracks

Bluestrope
Performed by Exos
Courtesy of Automat Records Production
Published by Automat Records Production 2002
Psychoactive Music Pub. (ASCAP)
© 2002 Automat Records Production
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Great fun and touching at the same time .
22 March 2005 | by tommywongSee all my reviews

The movie was really touching and it takes you to the other side of the action movie business. I always wanted to be an action star but after seeing this movie I need to work harder just like Robin Shou. I diffidently would buy this DVD and recommend other to watch it or own it. Cannot wait until Robin Shou next movie, I also like the movie background and the music, the movie according to the article was film in Hong Kong and China, one of my friend call me and told me the movie has already been shown in Asia on Discovery and everyone like it, I am still waiting for Discovery Channel to show this movie in USA. I hope to see Robin Shou in more action movie and perform more of his Kung-Fu in future Movies for Hollywood.


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