Yat do king sing (1993)

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Yat do king sing: Directed by Sammo Kam-Bo Hung. With Fan Yang, Cynthia Khan, Rosamund Kwan, Lung Ti. A young martial arts teacher is drawn into a plan to reform Imperial China.

“A very good Chinese classic period swordplay story. A humble, but very skilled kung fu fighter helps defeat a large troup of bandits who are attacking an official convoy. A very high-up official thanks and befriends the kung fu expert. As the story progresses, it becomes more evident that the high official is a very cruel and ambitious person. The anti-hero friend becomes critical of the official and gets into trouble over it. He refuses to back down even when threatened with his life. This is a very violent movie, enough to rate a category III in Hong Kong (no adult scenes are in this-so it is all from violence). Really excellent performances from the entire cast. Incredible fight sequences make this a must-have for any hard-core enthusiast of classic period swordplay films (with lots of wirework).”

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