“Master Z” is directed by martial arts choreographer Yuen Woo-ping, whose credits include “Crouching Tiger,” “Drunken Master,” “Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny,” “Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow” and “Tai-Chi Master.”
“After defeated by Ip Man, Cheung Tin Chi (Zhang) lives a depressed life and stays low profile. While Tin Chi tries to stay out of trouble, he gets himself into a fight with the foreigner Davidson (Bautista), big boss behind bar district. Tin Chi fights hard with Wing Chun and earns respect.”
“Master Z” is produced and distributed by Hong Kong film producer Raymond Wong’s Mandarin Motion Pictures. Go Well USA secured the rights for a its American release.
The film premieres at the Busan Film Festival scheduled on Oct. 4-13. A U.S. release date is yet to be announced.
Featured Images via Mandarin Motion Pictures (Left, Right)
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