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There’s a Bruce Lee film festival coming next month – in 4K

Written by
Douglas Parkes

Hong Kong’s favourite son – no, not Brother Cream – Bruce Lee is exploding onto Hong Kong cinema screens again 47 years after his breakout film, The Big Boss. Actually celebrating the 78th anniversary of Lee’s birth, Emperor Cinemas are showing all four of the Little Dragon’s locally made martial arts films – The Big Boss, Fist of Fury, The Way of The Dragon and the unfinished Game of Death this November. 

The screenings will allow long-time fans and newcomers alike to witness what exactly made Lee such an icon in his own lifetime – from his lightning-fast moves to his devastating use of nunchucks to his legendary battle (in his iconic yellow and black tracksuit) against the seven-foot-tall Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in Game of Death. Each movie is being shown in eye-popping 4K and audience members will get a commemorative ticket and handbill as a souvenir. Tickets are going fast, so don’t hang around if you’re interested!

See our listing for times and details of each movie screening.

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