El padrino de Chinatown


El padrino de Chinatown
El padrino de Chinatown
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In all films there are messages that are seen with the naked eye and others that are deeper. El padrino de Chinatown has many of them that are sure to make you reflect.
The effort and work of many people paid off when the film was released in the year 1977.
One of the points in favor of this film is how the cast (Alexander Fu Sheng, Shirley Yu, Siu Yam-Yam, Philip Kwok, Jenny Tseng) does not work well individually, but they have managed to create a magical space together.

We can consider a film as a gear in which each piece contributes something different to the final product and that all of them have to fit perfectly so that there is no meaningless set of ideas. The direction of the film has to ensure that this situation is fulfilled and in this case, Chang Cheh has been impeccable.
115 min. is the time that the movie catches you.
Although the cinema is very widespread throughout the Earth, this film comes to us from Hong Kong.

The script was created by Chang Cheh, Ni Kuang, James Wong.
The quality that Shaw Brothers always demonstrates in his creations, has also been seen in this new installment.
Frankie Chan and the team of musicians are professionals who have created a perfect soundtrack and music for this film.

Mu-To Kung has a long experience in photography and now has this great film on his long list.
Throughout the entire film we can see the presence of the Action genre in the feature film.


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