Welcome to a new appointment to the section dedicated to cinema, where I try to report those film I think worthy of being seen and that, obviously, reflect more or less those are my tastes. I say this because I have absolutely no claim to critique film reviews or worse still to be included in Morandini. Let us return to us, which film I want to tell today? We start by saying that it is a martial arts film, but not for martial arts. In what sense? In the sense that there is a good story behind, and is a film that I discovered by accident, through word of mouth on the internet.
I'm talking about Ip Man, vaguely autobiographical film about the life of Yip Man, first teacher to teach the martial art of freely Wing Chun and had among his pupils the mythical Bruce Lee.
The fim is set to Foshan, where the master Ip trains and keeps in shape, living in prosperity. In the thriving city there are many schools of martial arts and each course has its own master. Just his being rich and wealthy, allows the master Ip had not disciples and spend their days between training sessions and discussions with friends more or less philosophical. Moreover, the modest character of Ip Man allows him to live quietly and to be beloved among his fellow citizens, despite his skills to the limit of human.
Obviously things will soon change for the better and not, but do not want to anticipate anything not to spoil the view. The film is very enjoyable and well done; to interpret the teacher Ip Man is the charismatic Donnie Yen, already admired in the role of Sky the masterpiece Zhang Yimou, Hero.
Following the trailer Ip Man, I wish you a good vision and do not forget to miss me if I appreciate your comments!
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