Wong Kar-wai / Feature Narrative / Hong Kong, China / 2013 / 120 min / Colour and B&W / HDCAM In Cantonese, Japanese, Mandarin / Arabic, English subtitles Interests: Action, Drama, Biography MENA Premiere Rated: Parental guidance advised for viewers under the age of 15. Individuals under the age of 18 are not admitted into cinemas unless accompanied by an individual over the age of 18.
Synopsis Five years in the making, ‘The Grandmaster’ marks the return of Hong Kong master filmmaker Wong Kar-wai (‘Happy Together’, ‘In the Mood for Love’) with a visually breathtaking tale of betrayal, honour and love. Set against the chaos of China on the brink of war and occupation in the 30s, the film tells the story of Ip Man – the legendary Bruce Lee’s real-life kung-fu teacher. True to his impeccable style, Wong mixes the martial-arts genre with melancholy melodrama and delivers a powerful saga culminating in meticulously crafted fight scenes that play out on the big screen as ravishing ballet sequences. Buy Tickets
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