The Grandmaster

The Grandmaster (2013)

In Martial Arts there is no right or wrong, only the last man standing.

  • Genre: Action, Drama, History
  • Release Date: 2013-01-10
  • User Rating: 6.562/10 from 696 ratings
  • Runtime: 2h 10min
  • Language: 广州话 / 廣州話
  • Production Company: Block 2 Pictures
  • Production Country: China, Hong Kong
  • Director: Wong Kar-wai
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Summary

Ip Man's peaceful life in Foshan changes after Gong Yutian seeks an heir for his family in Southern China. Ip Man then meets Gong Er who challenges him for the sake of regaining her family's honor. After the Second Sino-Japanese War, Ip Man moves to Hong Kong and struggles to provide for his family. In the mean time, Gong Er chooses the path of vengeance after her father was killed by Ma San.

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  • Tony Leung Chiu-wai

    as Ip Man
  • Zhang Ziyi

    as Gong Er
  • Chang Chen

    as Razor
  • Song Hye-kyo

    as Zhang Yongcheng
  • Zhao Benshan

    as Ding Lianshan
  • Xiao Shenyang

    as San Jiang Shui
  • Wang Qingxiang

    as Master Gong Yutian
  • Zhang Jin

    as Ma San
  • Shang Tielong

    as Jiang
  • Yuen Woo-ping

    as Chan Wah-shun
  • Lo Hoi-pang

    as Uncle Deng
  • Lau Ga-Yung

    as Master Yong
  • Liu Xun

    as Master Rui
  • Wang Man-Cheng

    as Master Ba
  • Cung Le

    as Iron Shoes
  • Elvis Tsui

    as Mr. Hung
  • Chau Yee Tsang

    as Shorty
  • Zhou Xiaofei

    as Sister San
  • Berg Ng

    as Brother Sau
  • Cho Man-Keung

    as Cho Man
  • Siu Ping-lam

    as Brother Ping
  • Tony Ling Chi-Wah

    as Foshan Martial Artist
  • Li Jing

    as Peking Opera Singer
  • Hung Kai Sui

    as Brother Shui
  • Darren Leung

    as Brother Hung
  • Lo Meng

    as Dark Spirit
  • Li Huiwen

    as Teehouse Singer
  • Yin Chunxiong

    as Razor's Disciple
  • Tong Han

    as Funeral Procession Leader
  • Ni Haifeng

    as Ma San's Disciple
  • Xiao Shilin

    as "A Dream of Love" Singer
  • Wu Yixuan

    as 8-year-old Gong Er
  • Peng Geng

    as Boy at the Union Hall
  • Julian Cheung

    as Primo
  • Cheung-Yan Yuen

    as Gold Pavilion Client
  • Charlie Yeung

    as Zhang Yongcheng (voice)
  • Charlie Yuen Cheung-Yan

    as Gold Pavilion Client
  • Fang Chengcheng

    as
Writing Wong Kar-wai Screenplay
Directing Wong Kar-wai Director
Production Wong Kar-wai Producer
Sound Shigeru Umebayashi Original Music Composer
Crew Yuen Woo-ping Martial Arts Choreographer
Production Jacky Pang Producer
Editing William Chang Editor
Art William Chang Production Design
Art William Chang Art Direction
Production Michael J. Werner Co-Producer
Sound Nathaniel Méchaly Music
Camera Philippe Le Sourd Director of Photography
Production Ng See-Yuen Co-Producer
Production Johnnie Kong Associate Producer
Production Cheung Hong-Tat Co-Producer
Costume & Make-Up Kwan Lee-na Makeup Artist
Production Dai Song Executive Producer
Writing Zou Jingzhi Screenplay
Art Alfred Yau Art Direction
Production Megan Ellison Executive Producer
Production Chan Ye-cheng Executive Producer
Writing Xu Haofeng Screenplay
Production Ren Yue Co-Producer
Writing Ip Chun Story Consultant
Crew Erik Classen Compositors
Sound Steve Macklam Music Consultant

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