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A young Chinese warrior steals a sword from a famed swordsman and then escapes into a world of romantic adventure with a mysterious man in the frontier of the nation.
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original title: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
tags: A film by Ang Lee
keywords: china, sword, warrior, martialarts, baremidriff, magicalrealism, femalemartialartist, bellybutton, wuxia, deception, rooftop, fugitive, chase, frated, kiss, firstpart, foreplay, baldhero, bald, swords
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is a timeless story that takes place in QING China when miracles were credible and spirits and gods were present in man's world. It is not unbelievable that zen warriors float through the air, skim the water and battle in trees and on rooftops. Pain, revenge and duty are the stuff that bind us in this world and are the main plot line of the movie, but in the afterlife love and faith linger on.
Li is a great warrior, famous throughout QING China for his adventurus life. He decides to give his powerful, ancient sword as a gift to an old friend of his, but soon the sword is stolen by a mysterious master of the martial arts. Now, it's up to Li to uncover the thief and return the sword to its rightful owner.
This is an excellent film. The direction isn't perfect but the performances, especially Zhang Ziyi's, are awesome. The fight scenes are awesome
*********Spoilers******* The film starts in China and finishes there as well. So there isn't much travelling to different countries at all. Then there is some fighting over a sword.
The film is not gr8t. But the cinematography is. Also the fights are beautifuly choreographed (although i dont really approve of the flying and weird suff.
This film is worth seeing though. In fact, anything with Zhang Ziyi in it is worth watching cus' she is gr8t and looks good
While many reviews focus on the effects and give the story short attention, I found the underlying story very powerful below the surface. And that was with English subtitles, which can never translate the emotion and subtext of the spoken word. I am certain that if I understood Mandrin Chinese that the movie would operate on a complete different level.
Thus, if the movie can convey so much emotion with subtitles, imagine what it must be like in its native language. That alone is why It gets my vote for best picture.
The film satisfies on both visceral and emotional levels.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is the fourth book in the Crane-Iron Pentalogy, written by Chinese author Wang Dulu [1909-1977]. The other four books, written between 1938 and 1942, include: (1) Crane Frightens Kunlun/He Jing Kunlun, (2) Precious Sword, Golden Hairpin/Baojian Jinchai, (3) Sword's Force, Pearl's Shine/Jianqi Zhuguang, and (5) Iron Knight, Silver Vase/Tieji Yinping. As of 2007, no official English language translations of his novels exist. However, there is a manhua (comic book) series created by Andy Seto. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was followed by Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (2016)
(2016). "Crouching tiger, hidden dragon" is a Chinese idiom that describes a situation where a great deal of outstanding ability or exceptional talent is concealed in the seemingly ordinary appearance of those who possess such quality or refers directly to those who choose not to reveal their true capabilities. Examples of the idiom's common usage in modern Chinese may include: "This place is [full of] crouching tiger(s) [and] hidden dragon(s)" and "Through the years I never realized that he was [such a] crouching tiger / hidden dragon." The "wu" in "wuxia" refers to "martial arts" or "combat". The "xia" refers to a person whose sense of righteousness is so profound that it empowers them to sacrifice themselves and even break the law to help people. The closest equivalents in English would be the hero, knight, warrior, or vigilante in superhero comics. See here for more information about wuxia and the xia. In terms of wuxia masterpieces, Bao biao (1969)
[Have Sword, Will Travel] (1969) and Xia n端 (1971)
[A Touch of Zen] (1971) are seen as the influential epic grandmasters of the genre. More recent movies similar to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon include Ying xiong (2002)
[Hero] (2002), Shi mian mai fu (2004)
[House of Flying Daggers] (2004), and Huo yuanjia (2006)
[Fearless] (2006). Some wuxia elements can be seen in non-explicitly martial arts films that feature justice seekers who acquire extraordinary fighting skills and often operate outside the state law. Examples may include works from a wide variety of genres such as western, Japanese jidaigeki (period drama), and superhero. Akira Kurosawa's Shichinin no samurai (1954)
[Seven Samurai] (1954) and Y担jinb担 (1961)
(1961) are good examples. The latter has a scene similar to the one where the thugs harass Jen in the restaurant, with the thugs bragging about their abilities and criminal records. It's a scene that was also done as an homage in Star Wars (1977)