Drunken Master

Drunken Master
Drunken Master

Year

1978

Duration

111 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

Cantonese (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Drunken Master centres on Wong Fei Hung, a unruly young man who has escaped his father's harsh discipline to study martial arts with his teacher Su Hua Chi. He discovers that Su's regime (featuring a curious technique called The Eight Drunken Immortals) is just as rigourous as his father's - but under his instruction Wong becomes a skilled fighter. Returning to his father's house, Wong must defeat the feared assassin Thunderfoot and put his training to good use. This light-hearted film features some explosive fight scenes with unexpected touches of comedy.

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contains martial arts violence

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