Five Fingers of Death (1972) Chang-Hwa Jeong

Five Fingers of Death (1972)
aka King Boxer aka Tian xia di yi quan
Genre: Kung Fu
Country: Hong Kong | Director: Chang-Hwa Jeong
Language: Mandarin | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 101mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x544 - 23.976fps - 6.52gb

Audio Commentary by Quentin Tarantino, David Chute
& Elvis Mitchell (Second Audio Track)

Promising young student Chi-Hao is sent away to train under a new master in order that he may be able to win a martial arts tournament and thus prevent the local thugs from getting the power and prestige that would come were they to win it.

"Five Fingers of Death" is a classic of 70's kung fu cinema. As the film that "broke out" HK cinema to the west, this is a must see for any serious fan of the genre. It's also a damn entertaining film, with hard-hitting, non-stop action, solid and mostly believable fight choreography and great over-the-top 70's era dubbing ("Oh I see ... so you want it THE HARD WAY!! HWAA!!").
 King Boxer (1972)

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