The Man From Hong Kong: A Dangerous Action Movie

by SMK on March 30, 2017 · 0 comments in Buddhist Blog


Zhang Yimou’s recent Great Wall shows that, with audiences and producers alike, there’ll always be a weird fascination to East-meets-West action flicks. When the kung fu movie boom of the 1970s shot Chinese cinema into the Western spotlight, international producers rushed to get in on it. Eager to capitalise on a bottomless audience appetite for martial arts mayhem, Western distributors started collaborating with the larger Eastern studios to try and create films with even wider appeal.

Source: The Man From Hong Kong: a genuinely dangerous action movie | Den of Geek

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