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Ip Man 4: The Finale ()

Yip Man 4 (original title)
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The Kung Fu master travels to the U.S. where his student has upset the local martial arts community by opening a Wing Chun school.

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Cast

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Ip Man
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Barton Geddes
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Bruce Lee (as Kwok-Kwan Chan)
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Hartman Wu
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Ming
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Bob
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Wan Zong Hua
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Leung Kan
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Mr. Wight
Chris Collins ...
Colin Frater
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Wan Yonah
Nicola Stuart-Hill ...
Gabrielle Cox
Nico Amedeo ...
INS officer Walters
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Becky
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General Armstrong
Hannah Templeton-Cox ...
Cheerleading Coach
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Craig Canning ...
Becky's Boyfriend
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Andrew (INS Regional Director)
Josh Cowle ...
Becky's Classmate #4
Qiang Gao ...
Master Chiu of Seven Star Mantis
Mark Hugh-Williams ...
Karate Spectator (as Mark Williams)
Amin Jaafoura ...
Bruce Lee student
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Lead Disciple
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Master Law
Brian O'Shea ...
Bruce Lee student
Simon Shiyamba ...
Billy
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Ip Ching
Xiaofei Zhou ...
Master Chiang of Xing Yi
Linda-Jean Barry ...
School Principal (uncredited)
Janine Bromhead ...
Bus Passenger (uncredited)
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Man at Airport (uncredited)
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Bruce Lee Student (uncredited)
Diego Dati ...
Challenger (uncredited)
Dale Grant ...
Bus Passenger (uncredited)
Darren Grosvenor ...
Master Sergeant (uncredited)
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Bus Passenger (uncredited)
Omar Kalik ...
Soldier (uncredited)
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INS Mandarin Interpreter (uncredited)
T. Mark Owens ...
Man at Airport (uncredited)
Jade Powell ...
Girl at Airport (uncredited)
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Man at Airport (uncredited)
Troy Sandford ...
Karate Master (uncredited)
Mark Strange ...
Karate Champion (uncredited)
Bethan Talbot ...
Girl at Airport (uncredited)
Debra Tennant ...
School Staff (uncredited)
Winson Ting ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Khariis Ubiaro ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Daniela Wildi ...
Waitress (uncredited)
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Marine Sargeant (uncredited)
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Cheung Wing-sing (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Wilson Yip

Written by

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Tai-lee Chan ... (screenplay)
 
Hiroshi Fukazawa ... (written by)
 
Lai-Yin Leung ... (screenplay)
 
Edmond Wong ... ()

Produced by

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Guy Allon ... line producer: UK
Yuk-Lam Pang ... associate producer
Edmond Wong ... executive producer
Raymond Pak-Ming Wong ... executive producer / producer
Donnie Yen ... producer

Music by

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Kenji Kawai

Cinematography by

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Siu-Keung Cheng ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Ka-Fai Cheung

Casting By

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Venetia Suchdev

Production Design by

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Kwok-Keung Mak ... (as Kenneth Mak)

Art Direction by

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Sai-Hung Chow
Niina Topp ... (uk)

Set Decoration by

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Kay Brown

Costume Design by

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Pik Kwan Lee

Makeup Department

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Yin Ching Choy ... makeup artist (as Maggie Choy)
Guojun Guo ... special makeup effects artist
Rachel Kong ... hair stylist
Lisa Purchase ... UK hairstylist Crowd
Dan Wang ... special makeup effects artist
Laura Bernice Watson ... makeup designer: UK (as Laura Viana da Silva)

Production Management

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Steve Cole ... unit manager
Rong Hua ... production manager
Wai-Yee Lau ... assistant production manager (as Ringo Lau)
Tara C. Llewellyn ... production manager: UK
Chi-Pan Wong ... production manager (as Eddie Wong)
Hanjun Zhu ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Wai Kei Cheng ... first assistant director
Jamie Macdermott ... first assistant director: UK

Art Department

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David Ahern ... graphic designer: UK
Naylor Andrew ... lead carpenter
Philip Barber ... Construction Manager
Jessica Barrell ... graphics assistant UK
Trisha Birch ... scenic painter
Timothy Blackwood ... Carpenter UK
Laura Ellis ... Art Department Assistant
Connor Grove ... set dresser
Adele Hayter ... Scenic Artist
Christian Hicks ... Carpenter UK
James Ashley Holloway ... carpenter
Hin-Fat Hung ... property master
Chapman C.H. Kan ... assistant art director
Kwok-Wing Lau ... props
Wai-Ming Law ... props
Gordy Peterson ... set builder/carpenter UK
Jade Reynard ... scenic painter uk
Oliver Reynolds ... production buyer: UK
Alison Sauer ... art department agent / art department logistics
Chung Ming See ... props
Yasmin Toplis ... Assistant Buyer
Vicky Troth ... scenic painter: dailies UK
Beck Whelpdale ... Scenic painter UK
Joseph Wynne ... stand-by art director: UK

Sound Department

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Charlotte Lok Man Chan ... production supervisor
Cyan Chun-Yat Cheung ... dialogue recording / foley artist / foley editing / foley recording
Man Hoi Cheung ... efx editing
Mandy Man Yi Cheung ... production manager
Jas Fung ... dialogue recording
Joey Chung Yu Ho ... production supervisor
Yannies Oi-Yan Lam ... production coordinator
Chun-Chung Lee ... dialogue editing / dialogue recording
George Yiu-Keung Lee ... dialogue mixing / re-recording mixer / sound designer
Danny Yu-Fai Lo ... dialogue editing / foley artist / foley editing / foley recording
Rafael Millán ... foley editor / foley recordist
Sebastián Sonzogni ... foley artist
Burnard To ... dialogue recording
Tracy Tsang ... director of production
Wai-Keung Yeung ... dialogue editing / dialogue recording
Chun Hin Yiu ... efx editing / foley mixing / re-recording mixer / sound designer
Martín Scaglia ... sound effects editor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Darren Leung ... assistant action director
Jude Poyer ... stunt coordinator: United Kingdom
Simon Shiyamba ... stunt actor
Mark Strange ... stunt performer
Cheung-Yan Yuen ... assistant action director
Shun-Yee Yuen ... assistant action director
Woo-Ping Yuen ... action director

Camera and Electrical Department

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James Bridger ... second unit gaffer
Rory Grierson ... best boy: UK

Casting Department

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Mike Leeder ... Additional Casting
Venetia Suchdev ... casting / extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Amy Cansdale ... Costume Daily
Francesca Davies ... costume assistant
Heather Nute ... costume assistant
Melanie Nute ... costume assistant
Amy Westwood ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Dan Connolly ... location scout
Steven Langfield ... Location Marshall
Joseph Simmons ... location assistant

Script and Continuity Department

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Hoi-Hong Leung ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Maile Cannon ... ADR dialogue coach
Alvin Chau ... co-presenter
Shuogang Chen ... co-presenter
Dan Chester ... action vehicle coordinator
Ko-Ko Chin ... co-presenter
Hannah Cross ... crowd control / production assistant
Freya Fox ... Marketing Consultant
Steven Leek ... lead armourer UK
Haifeng Li ... co-presenter
Louisa Rose Mackleston ... floor runner
Nicolas Zhi Qi ... planner
Xiaojiang Quji ... planner
Joanna Vellacott ... production co-ordinator (UK)
Edmond Wong ... presenter
Kit-Fong Wong ... co-presenter
Dong Yu ... presenter
John Zeng ... co-presenter
Peter Zheng ... co-presenter

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Ip Man has to travel to San Francisco to find a new school for his son who just gets expelled. When he attempts to get a recommendation letter from the Chinese Benevolent Association, he finds that the martial arts masters are furious with one of Ip Man's students who teaches Kung Fu to Americans. Meanwhile, discrimination against Chinese is making things even more tense as Ip Man has to stand up for his fellow countrymen as well. Written by heyitsnuel

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Also Known As
  • 葉問4 (Hong Kong, Cantonese title)
  • Ip Man 4: The Finale (Hong Kong, English title)
  • Ye Wen 4 (Hong Kong, Mandarin title)
  • Ye Wen 4 (China, Mandarin title)
  • 叶问4 (China, Mandarin title)
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Runtime
  • 107 min
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Budget $52,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia While actor Chris Collins plays an American Marine Karate Champion in the movie who is bested by Master Ip Man's Wing Chun, in real life Collins is a Wing Chun student of Grandmaster Leung Ting, one of the real Ip Man's most senior students. See more »
Goofs Racism against Chinese (and East Asians in general) is a significant topic in this film, particularly with the U.S. Marines having to recognize Wu Shu as a potential combat style. When Colin Frater arrives at the Mid-Autumn Festival, he announces that he is going to demonstrate his karate skills to the "yellow bitches." Yet, Colin Frater and the other Marines seem to have forgotten that karate originated from Japan. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Ip Man (2008). See more »
Quotes Ip Man: I teach Chinese Kung-Fu.
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