Vengeance (1970 film)
|Directed by||Chang Cheh|
|Written by||Chang Cheh
|Music by||Wang Fu-ling|
|Release dates||May 14, 1970|
|Running time||98 min.|
Vengeance (報仇; original Hong Kong title, Bao chou) is a 1970 kung fu film directed by Chang Cheh, and starring David Chiang and Ti Lung. The film is set in 1920 Peking, and centers on a revenge plight of Chiang. The movie has little actual kung fu and instead is heavily-laden with knife fighting and judo.
At the 16th Asian Film Festival, Director Chang Cheh won the Best Director Award, David Chiang won the Best Actor Award and received Asia's first Movie King Award, and Vengeance went on to win the Best Movie Award and the Iron Triangle.
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