WHO’S IN IT?
Philip Ng (Once Upon A Time In Shanghai), Xia Yu (In The Heat Of The Sun), Jin Xing (Resurrection Of The Little Match Girl), Billy Magnussen (Ingrid Goes West), Jingjing Qu (The Golden Era), Simon Yin (Covert Operation)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
George Nolfi (The Adjustment Bureau), director; Stephen J. Rivele (Ali) and Christopher Wilkinson (Nixon), writers, producers; Michael London (Sideways), Hong Pang (The Wrath of Vajra), Janice Williams (Trumbo) and Leo Shi Young (Painted Skin: The Resurrection), producers; Reza Safinia (The Trust) and H. Scott Salinas (The Millionaire Tour), composers; Amir Mokri (Man of Steel), cinematographer; Joel Viertel (Tripping Forward), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In 1960s San Francisco, up-and-coming martial arts star Bruce Lee (Ng) is spurred by his student Steve (Magnussen) into taking on Shaolin monk and Tai Chi master Wong Jack Man (Yu) in a fight that will determine which one out of them will cement their place in martial arts history…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The kind of movies that made Bruce Lee a martial arts legend are lovingly paid tribute to in this crazy slice of goodness, which focuses on Lee’s legendary fight with fellow master Wong Jack Man.