Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 3D

de Tsui Hark


China, end of the Ming dynasty. Under Yu’s command, a group of corrupt men are terrorizing the population. The rebel Zhao Huai and a hardly severe gang of men will face the fearsome Yu at the Dragon Gate. This plot can only bring one thing: a feast of well-handled martial arts. In the wake of the genre classics, here master Tsui Hark is at the service of the three dimensions so in vogue to offer us a film  chock full of action, that’s not missing the traditional flying daggers, or magic, or, of course, romance. Slip on your glasses, sink back into your seat, and enjoy.


Tsui Hark

Born in Vietnam, he worked in Hong Kong as a TV filmmaker. After debuting with The Butterfly Murders (79), he rotated his work as a director and a producer, securing his place as a decisive figure in modern Hong Kong cinema.

Technical information

Edition: 2012
Section: Official Fantàstic Galas
Original language: Chinese