Let the Bullets Fly

17/08/2012
  |  Book Tickets: 10/08/2012
  |  Buy to Own: 17/08/2012
  |  Watch Now: 20/09/2012
  |  126 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC

Synopsis

Action feature, produced in China and Hong Kong, in which a pair of ambitious and ruthless men compete for control of a provincial town in the unstable climate of 1920s China. Pocky Zhang (Wen Jiang) is the leader of a group of bandits, notorious for his exploits, but he has ambitions beyond being a mere highwayman. When one of the men he attacks turns out to be on his way to a small town to take up the role of mayor, Zhang spots his opportunity and decides to assume his victim's identity and install himself as the leader of the town. Once in his position of power, Zhang quickly sets about robbing the town's wealth, but his authority doesn't go unchallenged. Master Huang (Yun-Fat Chow), a local aristocrat, has interests in the town as well, and may be prepared to fight for them...

Contains strong language, bloody violence, and a scene of sexual violence
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