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"True Legend" Hong Kong Version DVD

"True Legend" is regarded by critics as one of the most stunning flicks Yuen Woo-Ping has ever directed. Many of its scenes were shot in breathtakingly dangerous places, like the Hukou Waterfall at the Yellow River in North China's Shanxi Province. This latest film from the famous martial arts choreographer and director is about 19th-century hero Su Qi-Er whose stories were passed down as folk tales. He was originally a wealthy kung-fu amateur in the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), but after losing his fortune because of a conspiracy against him, he devoted himself to martial arts and eventually became a renowned master. One of the most memorable characters in martial arts film history, having been played by Simon Yuen Siu-Tin (Woo-Ping’s father) in DRUNKEN MASTER (1978) and in a comedic light, Stephen Chow in KING OF BEGGARS (1992). In this martial arts epic that sees Woo-Ping return to the director's chair he has vacated for 14 years, has mainland action star Vincent Zhao (Once Upon a Time in China series) as the legendary figure Beggar Su. Now you can check for yourself how rich are the martial arts scenes in this film by purchasing the special DVD edition via YESASIA.

"True Legend" is the extraordinary journey of a man - a martial arts hero - whose greatest dream is to create a unique school of martial arts for the world to follow.

All his life, Su Can has been pursuing the summit in martial arts. There are two things he holds dearest to his heart – the dream of creating a unique kind of martial arts that will pass on to generations; and his beloved wife. Su has a happy family and his wife is the joy of his life. But owing to a turn of fate and his own stubbornness, Su falls helplessly into a quagmire and his family is destroyed.

After losing his wife, Su cannot live with himself and collapses totally. He is drunk all the time and becomes a crazy beggar in everyone’s eyes. Everyday, his young son ties him with a piece of rope and leads him through the streets, greeted by people’s curious and disdainful gazes.




"Bangkok Traffic Love Story" Thailand Version DVD

"Bangkok Traffic Love Story" (Rot Fai Faa Mah Ha Na Ter/I Ride the Skytrain to See You) by director Adisorn Tresirikasem (My Girl) and starred Kane Teeradeth, Cris Horwang, and Pat Ungsumalin (Hormones), surprisingly turned into the highest-grossing Thai film of 2009, surpassing the anticipated horror sequel "Phobia 2". The glossy blockbuster tugs all the right heartstrings for a photogenic and crowd-pleasing romantic comedy that plays out on the Bangkok Transit System skytrain. DVD version for the film now available at YESASIA but it still a Thailand version with no English Sub.

Synopsis: In 2009, traffic problems continue to be a major issue for Bangkok residence. Even with the construction of numerous roads, bridges, and tollways, all the roadways are still congested and cannot sufficiently meet the residence’s need. Bangkok’s roadway is like a hot guy with great personality; there’s so little of them and never enough to satisfy everyone’s needs.
Mey-Li (Cris) is a 30 year old woman who has one bad habit of getting drunk at her friend’s weddings. All because weddings seem to remind her of her single, man-less, lonely life. One day, as she is returning from sending her best friend off to her wedding night, she drove into a porridge stand in a night market, resulting in her dad selling off her car as a punishment.
With no man to pick her up and drop her off, Li has to venture into the Bangkok’s horrendous transportation system all alone. Each day, she must get on a motorcycle, taxi, bus, van, boat, etc. Her exhaustion from her method of travel is messing with her sleeping pattern.
One night, Li wakes up in the middle of the night and went up to the roof to drink beer alone. As luck would have it, she witnessed the taping of a pornographic movie, which became a big scandal that led her to meet Loong (Kane), a maintenance engineer of the BTS electric train system.
Meeting this strange innocent man without being drunk stirs something within Lee for the first time in all of her 30 years. Her head is filled with questions like, “What is a guy cool and good looking man like him hiding in a night job working with electric trains?”
Li feels as if Loong is a treasure that she stumbled upon. She felt like she won the lottery. If she does not do something and follow her heart, she might be the last living single woman in all of Bangkok.
Li decides to do something that every girl has thought about but never dares to do. Pursue a man!!
But pursuing a man is not so easy for someone with no experience in the art like Lee. Their schedules are so different that they may as well live in two different planets. On top of that, Pluen (Pat), the girl next door, decides to lose her love interest in her teacher and becomes Li’s competition.
No matter what obstacle she has to face, Li decides to never give up. This very last (electric) train ticket of love, Li will never ever let it slip away from her!