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Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey ist eine Dokumentation aus dem Jahr über die Kampfkünstler Bruce Lee und Jeet Kune Do. Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey offers readers a unique insider's account of the remaking of this incomparable film--a film in which Lee intended to showcase not. benemeritus.se - Kaufen Sie Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details. Find Bruce Lee - Der Weg eines Kämpfers / Bruce Lee - A Warrior's Journey at benemeritus.se Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. Vorwort: Eins vorweg, zuerst wollte ich den kompletten Gegenstand – Bruce Lees unvollendeten Film GAME OF DEATH – in einem Review.
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He does it several times, just as insanely fast, before the director asks him to pause and reposition himself so the camera can better capture his incredible moves.
Director Bao Nguyen likely chose to start Be Water with that footage as an efficient, attention-getting way to demonstrate the magic and charisma the Enter the Dragon star brought to his brief but groundbreaking careers as both martial artist and actor.
It also functions as something of a harbinger for how the rest of the film will operate. After that teaser, the movie jumps ahead to , when Lee returned to Hong Kong where he spent most of his childhood to seek the movie stardom that had eluded him in the United States.
Many of his archival comments throughout the film reference water, including the idea of the ripples caused from dropping a pebble into a pool.
All are kept off-screen until the end, when Nguyen finds the most poignant way to properly introduce them and their relationships with Lee.
The footage gathered is remarkable, not only famous moments like Lee and ex-pupil Chuck Norris limbering up before their climactic fight in The Way of the Dragon , but home movies, family photos, and clips from his less-celebrated career as a child film star in Hong Kong.
He appeared in 20 movies there before his parents sent him to America to keep him away from gang trouble. Every time we watch footage of Lee in action, it becomes more exasperating that the only person who seemed to know how to use him on camera was Lee himself.
Throughout, Lee is presented as a man who broke down barriers, between forms of martial arts as much as between races. Because Lee is so fascinating, Be Water is never less than watchable.
Both of those Quentin Tarantino movies are clearly influenced by Lee without necessarily doing him a kindness. Kill Bill even gives David Carradine one more chance to feign at being a martial-arts master.
Tell me, where in the world do you find an unbiased documentary? There is no such thing. Americans, Africans, Asians, Russians,ect One should watch any documentary with a critical eye and engage in their own analysis as to what is fact or fiction many "grey" areas in between.
I find it interesting that you lump all Americans together. Try a bit of research first my friend. Bruce Lee is not only the king kung fu, he is the philosopher.
He knew himself and the human antomy. You can see Bruce demonstrating it in many of his fights. For instance, one moment he is standing on par with the opponent and the next instant he is crashing under the legs of his opponent and knocking him down suddenly.
It is like a ice cube standing and then all of a sudden melting and flowing like a stream on the floor.
I've always thought of Bruce Lee as a martial artist and never wondered about the person of the cinema screens. This documentary shows so much more.
I now understand why he is role model for so many people around the world. It's too bad that many of us still think of him simply as the "father" of marial arts, his persona and philosophy is what makes him so unique and this was mirrored in his physique and arts.
Perhaps to clarify, I don't mean to say that Bruce Lee was the finest man who ever lived. That is for the simple reason that trying to literally rank one human against others is as foolish as trying to compare an apple to an orange.
Lee was good at martial arts. Of that, there is no doubt. What I think you may have missed is that, for him, the martial arts was an expression of his fight for personal and spiritual freedom.
I consider his martial arts in a similar manner to the way I see Gandhi's salt march or fasting, Martin Luther King's civil rights actions etc.
I believe they were all operating on a personal and spiritual realm. A world without violence of any kind would indeed be great. It doesn't take greatness to see or believe that.
It does take greatness to move the world closer to that point. That is something which I think Bruce Lee did and, for a man who didn't even live to be 33, that is not bad.
I doubt he or any of his students direct or from afar ever picked a fight or attacked first out of fear.
If the students did, I doubt it was under Bruce Lee's guidance or philosophy. Woah Tom. Slow down bro.
I think those who fought for personal and spiritual freedom might trump his achievements but he was very good at martial arts.
A world when me don't need punching and kicking would be great. I bet Bruce would agree. Read the intro to Sun Tzu and you will discover that that is exactly what he thought and worked for, and by the way, you estimate Bruce to have been "very good" if you understood the art and the forces he faced, you would not insult the man by blurting such a mediocre assessment of his ability.
Even 37 years after his untimely death Bruce Lee remains an awesome inspiration to millions around the world.
I have seen numerous documentaries about Bruce Lee and I still took away a lot of stuff from this documentary that I hadn't known.
Great job, John Little! Finally a doc composed of people with true connections to Bruce's Life legacy. Bruce was the Einstein of the physical fight world.
His Son Brandon was a promising successor, I highly recommend brandons film "The Crow" - one of my top 5 at least.
Father and son assainated I believe - google the stories. Ratings: 8. Share this Documentary :.