House Of Flying Daggers

House Of Flying Daggers
House Of Flying Daggers

Year

2004

Duration

114 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Drama

Language

Mandarin (English subtitles)

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This visually stunning martial-arts action adventure could be described as a Chinese spin on the Robin Hood legend. In 859 AD, a band of daring outlaws that calls itself the House of Flying Daggers is giving the already troubled Tang dynasty a big headache. Charged with infiltrating and destroying the rebel group, undercover police officers Leo and Jin approach a blind, knife-throwing showgirl called Mei. Could she be their key to entering the secret and subversive House? Visually sumptuous, spectacularly choreographed and with elements of a tragic romance at its heart.

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Contains strong violence.

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