Fire Dragon

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Fire Dragon
Fire Dragon DVD cover.jpg
DVD Cover
Directed by Yuen Wo-Ping
Produced by Thomas Ng Yun-Chuen
Written by Ng Man Fai
Starring Brigitte Lin
Max Mok
Sandra Ng
Elise Yeh
Tan Lap-Man
Joe Chu Kai Sang
Wu Gang
Music by Lowell Lo Koon-Ting
Cinematography jingle Ma Choh-Shing
Edited by Angie Lam On-Yee
Andy Chan Chi-Wai
Distributed by Regal Films Distribution Co. Ltd (Hong Kong)
Release date
1994
Running time
90 min
Country Hong Kong Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$$1,160,795.00[1]

Fire Dragon (火雲傳奇) A.K.A Fiery Romance is a 1994 wuxia film with comedy and action elements, which features Brigitte Lin in the lead.

Plot[edit]

Ah Ha (Brigitte Lin) is an assassin known as Fire Dragon serving the evil Sixth Prince (Tan Lap-Man), who sent her on a mission to retrieve and destroy the incriminating letter but Yuen Ming (Max Mok), a wandering swordsman manages to save it. Both Yuen and Fire Dragon go undercover in a traveling acrobatic troupe led by Lyn Yu (Sandra Ng) while trying to draw each other out. However, when Ha becomes more involved with everyday people who welcome her into their homes, she transforms from a cold-hearted killer to a generous, heartwarming woman. The sixth prince, learning of the betrayal, orders her friend, Snow/Eagle Claw (Yeh Chuan-Chen) to kill Ha. Ha accidentally kills her in a duel, and is determined to stay with her good side. With some help from a couple of chilvarous friends, she rises up, set on attacking and defeating her former master.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ hkmdb.com

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