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Filmmaker Ian Taylor examines the impressive legacy of Hong Kong cinema -- specifically, how martial arts crossed borders and become an international phenomenon -- with the help of footage and interviews with the stars who made the genre what it is today. Director Lau Ka Leung (who helmed The 36th Chamber of Shaolin) joins in, sharing his thoughts on how certain cinematic technologies have improved martial arts films and expanded their appeal.

  1. Ian Taylor

    Director

  2. Ian Taylor

    Writer

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  1. Jackie Chan

    Jackie Chan

    Himself

  2. Jet Li

    Jet Li

    Himself

  3. Sammo Hung

    Sammo Hung

    Himself

  4. Gordon Liu Chia-Hui

    Gordon Liu Chia-Hui

    Himself

  5. John Woo

    John Woo

    Himself

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Chop Socky: Cinema Hong Kong

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  • July 31, 2004
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 55m

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