We've seen it, we've reviewed it, we like it. Now it's your chance to see a wee trailer of the official UK print, which has a new set of subtitles specifically rejiggled for the UK market. Good eh?
The links are below, and to pad this news article out a bit here's a small snippet from our review (click here for the full article).
But the bottom line is that all it works. The story is engaging, the performances by the key players are commendable and the sword fights are a refreshing change from the norm, particularly an amazing duel near the end played at great pace in a tight stone corridor, something you don’t see in every movie. It’s not the only great fight though, not by a long shot, in fact every martial arts sword fighting movie fan should watch this film just to see the alternative to the wire fu approach of doing a martial arts fantasy. Whether Hong Kong epics will all go this way remains to be seen, although you can never write off the influence of Tsui Hark, so I guess we’ll all have to wait and see, and if this is the start of a realistic revolution then it’s a good start.