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True Legend

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Traditional 蘇乞兒
Simplified 苏乞儿
Pinyin Sū qǐ ér
Directed by Yuen Woo-Ping
Produced by Bill Kong
Zhang Zhenyang
Written by To Chi-Long
Starring Vincent Zhao
Zhou Xun
Michelle Yeoh
Jay Chou
Editing by Wenders Li
Release date(s) Hong Kong:
11 February 2010
China:
9 February 2010
Thailand:
18 February 2010
Running time 110 min.
Country China
Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

True Legend (simplified Chinese: 苏乞儿traditional Chinese: 蘇乞兒pinyin: Sū qǐ ér) is an 2010 Chinese-Hong Kong martial arts film starring Vincent Zhao, Zhou Xun, Jay Chou, Michelle Yeoh, Andy On, and Guo Xiaodong. It was directed by Yuen Woo-Ping. The film also features one of the final performances by actor David Carradine, who died in a bizarre accident in Bangkok during post-production.

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True Legend is the extraordinary journey of a man - a martial arts hero - whose greatest dream is to create a unique school of martial arts for the world to follow.

All his life, Su Can has been pursuing the summit in martial arts. There are two things he holds dearest to his heart - the dream of creating a unique kind of martial arts that will pass on to generations; and his beloved wife. Su has a happy family and his wife is the joy of his life. But owing to a turn of fate and Su's own stubbornness, he loses his wife and his family is destroyed.

After losing his wife, Su cannot live with himself and collapses totally. He is drunk all the time and becomes a crazy beggar in everyone's eyes. Everyday, his young son ties him with a piece of rope and leads him through the streets, greeted by people's curious and disdainful gazes.

But all this time during his spiritual exile, his dream for the highest peak in martial arts is still alive. In his madness, Su continues his practice, to perfect his skills and fists.

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