'The Man with the Iron Fists' tells the tale of a blacksmith in the 1800s who forges intricate weaponry in the tiny Chinese village where he lives. He has an extensive knowledge of the trade and understands that weapon forging needs three things: the right metal, sky high temperatures and a killer. He lands himself in the situation where he is forced to defend the people around him, joining forces with warriors and assassins, as they arm themselves against a treachery which puts him and the villagers under serious threat. The blacksmith uses his remarkable skills in order to control an ancient power to transform himself into the ultimate human weapon.
Quentin Tarantino of 'Reservoir Dogs', 'Kill Bill' and 'Pulp Fiction' presents this epic martial arts action movie. Directed by musician and actor RZA in his directorial debut and co-written by Eli Roth ('Cabin Fever', 'Hostel'), 'The Man With The Iron Fists' is a stunning performance of the most lethal martial arts. It is a tale of honour, betrayal and survival and is set to truly become a classic kung fu film of this generation. It is soon to hit UK cinema screes this autumn, gripping audiences across the nation from November 16th 2012.
Directed by: RZA
Starring: Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu, Zhu Zhu, RZA, Pam Grier, Jamie Chung, Cung Le, Rick Yune and Byron Mann
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