Sneha Girap

Anna in Kungfuland

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
4.6/101 Votes Alchetron
4.6
1 Ratings
100
90
80
70
60
50
41
30
20
10
Rate This

Rate This


Duration  
Language  Cantonese
4.4/10 IMDb

Director  Raymond Yip
Country  Hong Kong
Anna in Kungfuland movie poster
Release date  2003 (2003)
Writer  Hing-Ka Chan, Man-lung Ho, Ho Leung Lau

Anna in Kungfuland is a 2003 Hong Kong romantic comedy martial arts film directed by Raymond Yip, and starring Miriam Yeung and Ekin Cheng.

Contents

Anna in Kungfuland wwwgstaticcomtvthumbdvdboxart84482p84482d

Plot

The martial arts comedy Anna in Kung Fu Land centers on a young woman who dreams of becoming a movie star. Her father was a monk of the Shaolin temple, who defected to Japan after representing the temple during a martial arts tournament. There he met a Japanese woman and later bore Anna (Miriam Yeung). He starts a martial school in Japan, although he dreams of being reconciled with his former mates.

When his school is invited to be part of a martial arts tournament, he sends his daughter as his representative. She believes this might give her the opportunity to get her big break, but when that does not happen she becomes focused on beating the opposition in the tournament. She also becomes embroiled with the marketing executive (Ekin Cheng) who becomes her first love.

Cast

  • Miriam Yeung as Anna Shek
  • Ekin Cheng as Ken Kei
  • Wong You-nam as Sam Kei
  • Denise Ho as Zoe Pak
  • Cheung Tat-ming as Tournament MC
  • Maggie Lau as Big twin
  • Mandy Chiang as Small twin
  • Benz Hui as Boss Pak
  • Lee Lik-chi as Hung Fung
  • Lau Kar-wing as Master Wisdom
  • Chiu Suet-fei as Nicky
  • Charles Ingram as Spencer
  • Yasuaki Kurata as Sword Shek
  • Tats Lau as Fu
  • Lo Mang as Ox
  • Michael Clements as Hollywood producer
  • References

    Anna in Kungfuland Wikipedia
    Anna in Kungfuland IMDb Anna in Kungfuland themoviedb.org


    Similar Topics
    Storm over Mont Blanc
    Cliff Bleszinski
    Elisa Martin
    Topics