MIRACLES - MR. CANTON AND LADY ROSE
QI JI
1989, 139 min, Hong Kong, Dir: Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan assumes triple duty as director, star and stunt coordinator in his exhilarating take on Frank Capra’s POCKETFUL OF MIRACLES. Set in 1930s Hong Kong, Chan plays a country boy who credits the lucky roses he buys from Madame Kao (Gua Ah-leh) for his ascension as he rises through the ranks to become a powerful gang boss. Winner of Best Action Choreography at the Hong Kong Film Awards, MIRACLES is often cited by Chan as one of his favorite directorial features. Complete with an all-star cast of Hong Kong movie veterans, lavish sets and stunning cinematography, MIRACLES is a visual feast in every sense


THE 36TH CHAMBER OF SHAOLIN
SHAO LIN SAN SHI LIU FANG
1978, Celestial Pictures, 115 min, Hong Kong, Dir: Liu Chia-Liang

Starring the indomitable Gordon Liu, THE 36th CHAMBER OF SHAOLIN quickly became a defining statement in the film industry in Asia while establishing a new standard in martial arts cinema. When the Manchu government brutally crushes a local uprising, a student (Liu) escapes the carnage and finds refuge in the Shaolin temple. Determined to seek revenge, he begins training in the temple's 35 chambers, soon becoming a kung fu master. English dubbed version.


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