蹂몃Ц 諛붾줈媛湲 硫붾돱 諛붾줈媛湲
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  • Director King HU
  • Cast Feng HSU / Tin FUNG / Lai Wah LEE / Ying MAO

The Fate of Lee Khan

  • CountryHong Kong, China
  • Date of Production1973
  • Running Time100min
  • Format DCP
  • colorColor

봽濡쒓렇옩 끂듃

This 1973 film was directed by King Hu, who pioneered Hong Kong-based New Martial Arts movies. At the end of the Yuan Dynasty, Lee Khan, a powerful figure in the Royal Court, visits the Spring Inn bar on the border region, with his entourage in order to obtain the secret war map from a traitor in Chu셲 army. The bar is filled with sharp tension and bloody duels arise as chivalrous resistance fighters struggle with Lee Khan셲 skilled entourage. Following Come Drink with Me (1965) and Dragon Inn (1967), Director King Hu used the small space, 쁳he bar, as the stage of the drama, creating realistic fighting scenes and depicting the mindset of fighters risking their lives. Following in the vein of Touch of Zen (1969), by combining traditional Chinese music and martial arts in carefully crafted montage sequences, the director placed martial arts movies among the artistic genres. This movie exemplifies the original Chinese martial arts movie, expressing the spirit of chivalry between good and evil. (Kang Nae Young)

SCHEDULE

  • 109
  • 10-06     10:00
  • Busan Cinema Center Cinema 2
  • 12꽭 씠긽 愿엺KE
  • 695
  • 10-11     17:00
  • Busan Cinema Center Haneulyeon Theater
  • 12꽭 씠긽 愿엺KE
Director
DIRECTOR

King HU

King Hu was born in Beijing but came to prominence making films for Shaw Brothers in Hong Kong in the 1960s, and later in Taiwan. Widely regarded as the artist that reinvented wuxia cinema, his films include Come Drink with Me (1966), Dragon Inn (1967), A Touch of Zen (1971) and The Valiant Ones (1975).

ARTISTRY
  • BNK 遺궛뻾
  • 젣꽕떆뒪
  • 닚눥諛뺤뒪
  • 硫붽諛뺤뒪닚
  • 濡뜲而ъ쿂썚뒪
  • CJ CGV
  • CJ E&M
  • GKL궗쉶怨듯뿄옱떒