A Battle Of Wits (DVD)

Chinese Movie
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A Battle Of Wits (DVD) Chinese Movie

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  • Video
  • NTSC Full Screen
  • Audio
  • Cantonese , Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese
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  • DVD Disc
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  • Region code All

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  • Title : A Battle Of Wits / 墨攻
  • Running time: Appx. 132 minutes
  • Listing date : 09 Feb 2007
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Cast by
  • Andy Lau , Nicky Wu , Choi Si Won , Fan Bing Bing
  • Synopsis
  • CAST:
    Sung-kee Ahn …. Xiang Yan-zhong

    Siu-hou Chin …. General Niu Zi Zhang
    Si Won Choi …. Prince Liang Shi
    Bingbing Fan …. Yi Yue
    Tin Chiu Hung …. Gao He-yong
    Andy Lau …. Ge Li
    Zhiwen Wang …. Liang Wang
    Ma Wu …. Si Tu
    Nicky Wu …. Zi Tuan

    “Million Lions Rushing Down to Chiang-Nan” is a multi-million movie jointly produced by China, Japan and Korea investors. The story began two thousand and two hundred years ago. It was a time of great battles among dozens of independent states in China. The State of Zhao attempted to conquer the State of Yan. To attack Yan, first of all, Zhao needed to attack the State of Liang as Liang was located between Zhao and Yan geographically.

    General Xiang Yan-zhong (Sung-kee Ahn), a terrifying prime commander from Zhao was instructed to bring his one hundred thousand strong army to attack Liang. During the time, the state of Liang was a small city and only consisted of 4,000 civilians. The king of Liang, Liang Wang (Zhiwen Wang) had no choice but to beg the Mo-Tsu tribe who was good in defense to help him. The Mo-Tsu tribe finally sent a warrior, Ge Li, (Andy Lau) to help the King of Liang. The arrogant and conceited King of Zhao had underestimated the ability of Ge Li. Ge Li managed to defend against various attacks by Zhao with his superb strategies. Many soldiers from Zhao died in the battles. Ge Li’s success in the battlefields gained the respect and love of the people of Liang. But, Liang Wang became jealous of Ge Li’s growing popularity amongst his own subjects.

    After a few unsuccessful attempts, the King of Zhao ordered his army to retreat. However, General Xiang Yan-zhong and his two thousand royal soldiers insisted on staying behind and trying to conquer the state of Liang by all possible means. Knowing that there were only two thousand soldiers left in Zhao’s army, Liang Wang was confident that he could win the war himself. The king dismissed Ge Li from his position as general. The people of Liang also gradually grew forgetful of Ge Li’s contributions to their state and soon went back to their old complacent ways of taking the defense of their city for granted. General Xiang Yan-zhong saw the opportunity and led his army to attack the state of Liang again. They finally conquered the city.

    Having conquered the state, General Xiang Yan-zhong could not find Ge Li. To capture Ge Li, General Xiang Yan-zhong used the civilians of Liang as hostages and forced Ge Li to come forward.

    So what was the faith of Ge Li and the State of Liang? The future of Liang hung in the balance, with all the civilians hopes pinned on the mysterious Mo-Tsu warrior Ge Li…
    This historical movie titillates the imagination with brilliant interplays of war strategies and explores the depth of human compassion. It is a story of courage, loyalty and gritty drama directed by Jacob Cheung Chi Leung.

  • Synopsis
  • CAST:
    Sung-kee Ahn …. Xiang Yan-zhong

    Siu-hou Chin …. General Niu Zi Zhang
    Si Won Choi …. Prince Liang Shi
    Bingbing Fan …. Yi Yue
    Tin Chiu Hung …. Gao He-yong
    Andy Lau …. Ge Li
    Zhiwen Wang …. Liang Wang
    Ma Wu …. Si Tu
    Nicky Wu …. Zi Tuan

    “Million Lions Rushing Down to Chiang-Nan” is a multi-million movie jointly produced by China, Japan and Korea investors. The story began two thousand and two hundred years ago. It was a time of great battles among dozens of independent states in China. The State of Zhao attempted to conquer the State of Yan. To attack Yan, first of all, Zhao needed to attack the State of Liang as Liang was located between Zhao and Yan geographically.

    General Xiang Yan-zhong (Sung-kee Ahn), a terrifying prime commander from Zhao was instructed to bring his one hundred thousand strong army to attack Liang. During the time, the state of Liang was a small city and only consisted of 4,000 civilians. The king of Liang, Liang Wang (Zhiwen Wang) had no choice but to beg the Mo-Tsu tribe who was good in defense to help him. The Mo-Tsu tribe finally sent a warrior, Ge Li, (Andy Lau) to help the King of Liang. The arrogant and conceited King of Zhao had underestimated the ability of Ge Li. Ge Li managed to defend against various attacks by Zhao with his superb strategies. Many soldiers from Zhao died in the battles. Ge Li’s success in the battlefields gained the respect and love of the people of Liang. But, Liang Wang became jealous of Ge Li’s growing popularity amongst his own subjects.

    After a few unsuccessful attempts, the King of Zhao ordered his army to retreat. However, General Xiang Yan-zhong and his two thousand royal soldiers insisted on staying behind and trying to conquer the state of Liang by all possible means. Knowing that there were only two thousand soldiers left in Zhao’s army, Liang Wang was confident that he could win the war himself. The king dismissed Ge Li from his position as general. The people of Liang also gradually grew forgetful of Ge Li’s contributions to their state and soon went back to their old complacent ways of taking the defense of their city for granted. General Xiang Yan-zhong saw the opportunity and led his army to attack the state of Liang again. They finally conquered the city.

    Having conquered the state, General Xiang Yan-zhong could not find Ge Li. To capture Ge Li, General Xiang Yan-zhong used the civilians of Liang as hostages and forced Ge Li to come forward.

    So what was the faith of Ge Li and the State of Liang? The future of Liang hung in the balance, with all the civilians hopes pinned on the mysterious Mo-Tsu warrior Ge Li…
    This historical movie titillates the imagination with brilliant interplays of war strategies and explores the depth of human compassion. It is a story of courage, loyalty and gritty drama directed by Jacob Cheung Chi Leung.