Films

Dragon

November 30th 2012
  • Action/Drama,
  • R,
  • 114 min,
  • The Weinstein Company
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  • Cast: Donnie Yen Ji-Dan, Kaneshiro Takeshi, Tang Wei, Zheng Wei, Li Jia-Min, Jimmy Wang Yu, Kara Hui Ying-Hung, Yin Zhu-Sheng, Chun Hyn, To Ning, Yu Kang, Tanigaki Kenji, Cheung Jing-Yuen, Wan Sin-Kwok, Wong Fei, Wang Chun-Yuan, Jiang Wu, Li Xiao-Ran, Ethan Ruan Jing-Tian, Cheung Yin-Kei, Chun Ching-Wa, Hui Fung-Chun, Wong Wai, Wong Lin-Sang
  • Director: Peter Chan
  • Writer: Oi Wah Lam
  • Producers: Peter Chan, Jojo Yuet-Chun Hui
  • Co Producers: Keyan Dong, Tao Hong, Wenbo Jiang, York Lu
  • Art Direction: Li Sun
  • Costume Design: Dora Ng
  • D.O.P.s: Yiu-Fai Lai, Jake Pollock
  • Editor: Derek Hui
  • Musics: Kwong Wing Chan, Peter Kam, Chatchai Pongprapaphan
  • Production Design: Chung Man Yee
  • Set Decoration: Hu Zhongquan

Storyline

In a remote Chinese village, ordinary paper maker Liu Jin-Xi (Donnie Yen) lives with his wife Ayu (Wei Tang) and two sons. When two bandits attempt to rob a nearby general store, Liu Jin-Xi happens to be nearby and comes to the store's defense. The final result of the battle is that the two bandits are killed by Liu Jin-Xi. Detective Xu Bai-Jiu (Takeshi Kaneshiro) is then tasked to investigate the general store robbery. His attention quickly focuses on Liu Jin-Xi as he suspects the ordinary paper maker is hiding a secret past.

Basic Information

  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Filming Locations: Yunnan Province, China
  • MPAA Warning: Violence
  • Production Budget: $20 million
  • Production Companies: Dingsheng Cultural Industry Investment, JSBC Eudemonia Blue Ocean TV & Movie Group, Stellar Mega Films, We Pictures, Yunnan Film Group
  • Production Schedule: August 2010 - November 2010

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Worldwide Release Dates

  • 4 July 2011: China
  • 7 July 2011: Indonesia, New Zealand
  • 21 July 2011: Malaysia, Singapore
  • 22 July 2011: Taiwan
  • 28 July 2011: Hong Kong, Thailand
  • 17 November 2011: South Korea
  • 21 April 2012: Japan