Weary of the bloodshed and violence from the martial arts world, a powerful swordsman banishes himself to the humble life a vagrant, wandering the fringes of society. But his violent past refuses to let him go quietly. The master swordsman must regain the ability to wield his sword and fight those disrupting the peace he so desperately craves.
|Release Date||:||December 2, 2016|
|Production Company||:||Bona Film Group|
|Director||:||Derek Yee Tung-Sing|
|Writers||:||Derek Yee Tung-Sing, Tsui Hark, Chun Tin-Nam|
|Casts||:||Lin Gengxin, Peter Ho, Jiang Yiyan, Jiang Mengjie, Norman Chu, Paw Hee-Ching, Ku Kuan-Chung, Jamie Luk Kim-Ming, Daichi Harashima|
|Plot Keywords||:||china, swordsman|
Rundong He's performance is surprisingly the best in this embarrassing movie. I am even shocked by the unreasonable and confusing character Yeqing Zhu who is asking "Do you love me?" all the time. The most confusing scene is that villagers blamed Yan Shisan for not teaching them Kungfu after he just saved all of them. What's even more unacceptable is that Shisan Yan forced into the town and killed all people near the bad boss and screaming "I will never be a selfish man!" Although many details in this movie cannot be explained ideally, the relationship between Shisan Yan and Xiaofeng Xie really moved me a lot. Two respectable swordsmen pitied each other's talent and spirit.