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The 36th Chamber of Shaolin Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All
Lau Kar Leung (Director)
| Gordon Liu (Actor)
| Wong Lung Wai (Actor)
| Yu Yeung (Actor)
The 36th Chamber of Shaolin Trilogy Blu-ray set includes the three classic Shaw Brothers kung fu films directed by Lau Kar Leung and starring Gordon Liu - The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978), Return of the 36th Chamber (1980) and Disciples of the 36th Chamber (1985) - as well as postcards and special features (interview with director, behind-the-scenes, trailers).
The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978)
One of the most classic titles in the Shaw Brothers canon, the first 36th Chamber of Shaolin stars Gordon Liu as a young student whose family and school are wiped out by oppressive Manchu government. Injured and on the run, he seeks refuge at the Shaolin temple and excels in his martial arts training. When his training is complete, he returns to the outside world to seek revenge and eventually establishes the 36th Chamber, dedicated to the training of secular disciples at Shaolin.
Return of the 36th Chamber (1980)
Gordon Liu returns to the 36th Chamber in the new role of a small-time con man posing as a monk. After sneaking his way into Shaolin, he is given the chance to work at the temple, and begins learning martial arts on his own through observing the monks' training.
Disciples of the 36th Chamber (1985)
Gordon Liu reprises the role of monk San Te from the first film, this time assuming a mentor role for a reckless young martial artist and future folk hero named Fong Sai Yuk (Hsiao Ho), who is sent to take refuge at Shaolin after clashing with Manchu officials. Fong's continued resistance against the Manchu government brings danger to all of the disciples of 36th Chamber.
Rise Of The Legend (2014) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Sammo Hung (Actor)
| Eddie Peng (Actor)
| Jing Bo Ran (Actor)
| Angelababy (Yang Ying) (Actor)
Following Kwan Tak Hing and Jet Li, Eddie Peng (Unbeatable, Jump! Ashin) steps into one of the most iconic roles in Chinese culture in Rise of the Legend. Writer Christine To and director Roy Chow (Nightfall) spin a new origin story for the all-knowing martial arts master to inspire a new generation of audiences. Set in the seedy area of Guangzhou's Huangpu port, the film depicts Wong as an idealistic young man in pursuit of a single dream: To pursue justice in the name of righteousness. To achieve Chow's and action director Corey Yuen's vision, Peng, Jing Boran (The Guillotines) and Wang Luodan (Caught in the Web) had to undergo intense martial arts training. The first Chinese film co-produced by Hollywood studio Universal Pictures, Rise of the Legend also co-stars Sammo Hung, Max Zhang (The Grandmaster), Angelababy (Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon) and Tony Leung Ka Fai.
Late Qing Dynasty. Huangpu Port in Guangzhou is over-run by corruption and crime, ruled by rival gangs who exploit the people. One day, a stranger named Fei (Eddie Peng) comes to Huangpu and joins the Black Tiger gang, run with an iron fist by Master Lei (Sammo Hung). After proving himself by taking out Lei's nemesis, Fei becomes one of Lei's most valued disciples. Meanwhile, a band of orphans – led by Fiery (Jing Boran) and Chun (Wang Luodan) – slowly make their presence known in Huangpu by taking down Black Tiger's operations.
Note: A 3D Blu-ray player, a 3D television and 3D glasses are required to view the 3D version of the film.
The Golden Era (2014) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Ann Hui (Director)
| Tang Wei (Actor)
| William Feng (Actor)
| Yolanda Yuan (Actor)
The closing film of the 2014 Venice Film Festival, Ann Hui's (A Simple Life) star-studded biographical drama The Golden Era chronicles the life of maverick writer Xiao Hong (1911-1942), portrayed by Tang Wei (Lust, Caution). Featuring a massively talented supporting cast that includes William Feng (White Vengeance), Zhu Yawen (Red Sorghum), Hao Lei (Summer Palace) and Tian Yuan (Bends), the film expounds on the pursuit of freedom, dreams and stability in a tumultuous period in Chinese history, referencing notable literary figures such as Lu Xun, Mao Dun and Ding Ling along the way.
A product of an unhappy childhood, Xiao Hong arrives in Harbin in her early 20s and begins her career as a writer. There, she meets and subsequently enters into a relationship with writer and newspaper editor Xiao Jun (William Feng), but the often turbulent romance ends five years later. Her journeys during this time take her to Qingdao, Shanghai and Wuhan, and in each city she defiantly hones her craft despite opposition from various authorities and the danger posed by the Japanese military.
This edition includes a making-of featurette.
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