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To Kill with Intrigue

To Kill With Intrigue
File:To Kill With Intrigue.jpg
Original film poster
Directed by Lo Wei
Produced by Lo Wei
Written by Ku Lung
Starring Jackie Chan
George Wang
Chu Feng
Release date(s) 22 July 1977 (Hong Kong)
Running time 106 min.
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

To Kill with Intrigue (Chinese: 劍花煙雨江南) is a Kung Fu 1977 Hong Kong action film, directed by Lo Wei. In the movie's plot, Chin Chang Yin (Feng Hsu) leads a gang known as the Killer Bees on a revenge mission to kill Cao Lei's (Jackie Chan) family. However, she kills everyone but Cao Lei and falls in love with him. Jackie mentions, in his book I Am Jackie Chan, how much of the plot is confusing, and he was sure that even the director, Lo Wei, didn't even know what was going on. He has also went on to express that tensions between himself and the director along with the generally cold weather at the time of filming made for a frustrating experience. The movie was filmed in Korea.

Trivia

  • For the Japanese release of this film, the name of Chu Feng's character, Chin Chin, had to be changed because Chin Chin is the slang for penis in Japan.

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