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The Battle Of Tiger Mountain

Synopsis

Tsui Hark's thrilling adaptation of Qu Bo's beloved adventure novel stars Tony Leung Ka-fai as a ruthless bandit, ruling the lands of Northeast China from his fortress on Tiger Mountain. A captain of the Liberation
Army launches a counter-insurgency against the dictator with a skilled investigator sent to destroy the gang from the inside.

An action epic from master director Tsui Hark (Iron Monkey, Once Upon A Time In China, Detective Dee)

For fans of: Detective Dee, Seven Swords

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Starring

Hanyu Zhang, Kenny Lin, Liya Tong

Directed by

Tsui Hark

Written by

Qu Bo

Country Of Origin

China

Language

Mandarin / English

Variety

"Thrilling pace and robust action… delivers sinewy battles and twisty espionage with a husky northern flavour"

Twitch

"Brimming with energy, action and genuinely interesting events from Chinese history, Tsui Hark has delivered an unashamedly entertaining holiday romp"

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