The Prodigal Son + short film- Presented by The Drunken Scorpion18

The Prodigal Son + short film- Presented by The Drunken Scorpion

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  • Fri 4 Feb
  • 220 minutes
  • Director: Sammo Hung
  • Cast: This movie single-handedly invented the style and direction for the 'new-wave' classics which finally brought Asian Cinema to th
  • Hong Kong (1981)

Synopsis



Schedule

8pm: Computer Fighting games and music in the bar

10pm: The Prodigal Son screening


Double bill (The Prodigal Son 04/02 + Warriors Two 11/02) prices: £17 / £15 concession

Add both films to your basket to activate the discount.



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Drunken Scorpion

Presents ….the Return of Late Nite Kung Fu Cinema


Enjoy Classic ‘ole skool’ Martial Arts Films + Short films

+ Computer Fighting Games & ‘Ole Skool Beats’ in The Bar.


Joint Double ‘Sammo Hung’ Kung Fu Cinema Screenings


Friday 4th & Fri 11th February

Buy tickets for one or both of our ‘Sammo Hung’ Hong Kong Cinema action classics screening events

(Plus enter our Tekken computer game fighting competition in bar before film)


Enjoy the restored and 2K remastered Prodigal Son and Warriors Two both martial arts film fan all-time favourites and given legendary classic status. Both films depict a version of the real-life kung fu master Leung Jan, whose mastery of Wing Chun would make him a legend.


Times:

8pm til midnight

(Films from: 10pm)


Showing:


Friday 4th February

Main Feature + Support Short film

 

All Time Martial Arts Classic


This movie single-handedly invented the style and direction for the 'new-wave' classics which finally brought Asian Cinema to the attention of the international audiences. The classic 'The Prodigal Son' is based on a true story: a colourful and action-packed tribute that chronicles the development of one of China's most enduring martial arts heroes; Wing Chun legend Leung Jaan. From his early days, through his training and heroic battles, these are the adventures of a true hero who loses his innocence and gains strength and empathy in his pursuit of honour and martial arts mastery. A true classic...

 


See also: Part II: Warriors Two