The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate2011
"The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate" (also known as "Long men fei jia") is an Action/Adventure film directed by Hark Tsui, and written by Hark Tsui (screenplay), released in the USA on August 31 of 2012 , starring Jet Li, Xun Zhou, Kun Chen, Lunmei Kwai, Yuchun Li and Mavis Fan.
Who is the director of "The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate":
The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate was directed by Hark Tsui, a producer, director, writer, and actor.
Before directing The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, Hark Tsui had directed Detective Dee, released in 2010, Chat gim (2005), Knock Off (1998), Double Team (1997), Jin yu man tang (1995), and Wong Fei Hung II: Naam yi dong ji keung (1992). Since, he directed Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon, released in 2013.
When was "The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate" released:
The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate was initially released on Friday, August 31, 2012, in the United States. Also released on this day were Marvel's The Avengers, 7500, Lawless (dir. John Hillcoat), The Possession (dir. Ole Bornedal), and The Tall Man (dir. Pascal Laugier). This was seven (7) years ago.
It has been released on Friday, February 17, 2012 in Germany and on Thursday, December 22, 2011 in Australia.
Who is at the casting of "The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate":
At the casting of The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate we find Jet Li, previously seen in The Sorcerer and the White Snake (2011) and The Expendables (2010); Xun Zhou (Beginning of the Great Revival (2011), True Legend (2010)); Kun Chen (Beginning of the Great Revival (2011), Let The Bullets Fly (2010)) [ more... ]
- Kun Chen and Xun Zhou also appeared in Painted Skin: The Resurrection, released in 2012.
- Chia Hui Liu and Jet Li also worked together in Shao Lin xiao zi, released in 1984.
- Kun Chen and Xun Zhou also appeared in Beginning of the Great Revival, released in 2011.
- Kun Chen and Xun Zhou can also be seen in Lian ai zhong de Bao Bei, released in 2004.
What is the Storyline of "The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate":
As one of the defining stories of the wuxia genre, the saga of the Dragon Gate Inn has already been the source material for two classic martial arts films. Now legendary writer/director/producer Tsui Hark revisits these legends in THE FLYING SWORDS OF DRAGON GATE bringing new characters and ancient conflicts to life through the vivid depth of 3D and the epic scale of the IMAX image. The film picks up three years after the disappearance of the enigmatic innkeeper Jade and the massive fire that consumed the Inn. A new Dragon Inn has risen from the ashes, staffed by a band of marauders. Masquerading as law-abiding citizens by day, they use the cover of night to continue their true calling as fortune hunters. For legend says that the Dragon Inn is the site of a lost city buried in the desert--and a treasure that spans dynasties hidden deep within.
no reply yet - Starring Jet Li, Xun Zhou, Kun Chen, Lunmei Kwai, Yuchun Li and Mavis Fan, «The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate» (also known as "Long...
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