Iron Fisted Monk

Sammo Hung's first directorial outing is a well-polished, innovative and highly entertaining kung-fu flick that was breaking new ground with its blend of drama and humour, under-cranked action and use of 'power powder'. He plays Husker, a man who trains in the Shaolin temple in order to avenge his father's death - maybe the story's nothing new, but the action is unbeatable.

Year: 1977
Genre: Comedy, Hong Kong Cinema, Asia Extreme, Martial Arts, Action
Country: Hong Kong
Director: Sammo Hung
Starring: Sammo Hung, James Tien, Chan Sing, Fung Hak-on, Wu Ma
Duration: 87 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains violence, sex scenes and content that may disturb.
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (Hong Kong)



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