El espadachín manco


El espadachín manco
El espadachín manco
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In all films there are messages that are seen with the naked eye and others that are deeper. El espadachín manco has many of them that are sure to make you reflect.
One of the most anticipated releases of the year 1967 was, without a doubt, this feature film.
One of the points in favor of this film is how the cast (Wang Yu, Lisa Chiao, Huang Chung-Hsin, Violet Pan, Chang Pei-Shan) does not work well individually, but they have managed to create a magical space together.

The direction of the film has to continually make decisions and that work has been in the hands of Chang Cheh.
111 min. is the time that the movie catches you.
It is the least interesting to stop to see this movie of Hong Kong.

The way the story is told is wonderful and this result is thanks to the fact that the script was in the hands of Chang Cheh, Ni Kuang.
The quality that Shaw Brothers always demonstrates in his creations, has also been seen in this new installment.
An important job is that of Wang Fu-Ling and his team who have managed to create a perfect soundtrack for the story they tell us.

You can see the good work of Chen San Yuan in the details of the light, the framing, the movements of the cameras and even in the position of the characters.
Viewers who like the Action, Drama genre really enjoy these kinds of movies. Are you one of them?


Critics El espadachín manco

Fantastic. Only the title was good. Unbelievable ... just unbelievable ...
SWORD WITH ONE ARM: HK's seminal martial arts movie. one of the best movies ever. That was his good arm too
A Nutshell Review: (DVD) One-armed Swordsman (1967). A Breed of Thousands ... Chang Cheh's First Masterpiece
A movie that is missing an arm, but is still fun. A beautifully shot kung fu epic. great early kung fu classic
Great movie with only one flaw. Established a genre. A martial arts and anti-martial arts movie
Good elements, but a little disappointing. come back to reality, this movie sucks. vicious
Sometimes losing an arm is a blessing ... Halve the man, double the movie. Quite educational for a slash and clang sword game movie. I saw this under the title The One-armed Swordsman.
He was a skeptic ... he was wrong. It completely lives up to its reputation. Good DVD restoration, lousy extras. Kung Fun!
The one-armed swordsman
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