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A knockout biography of the legendary martial artist's early life before he moved to America. I'm such a fan of Bruce Lee as what surprised me in this touching story was based by Bruce's youngest brother, Robert Lee, where you can see him in real with his older sister, Phoebe, at the beginning of the film by introducing Bruce (aka Lee Sai Feng / Phoenix / Little Dragon) on his youth.
I believe this Bruce Lee biography film is more impressive that emphasized his family, friends, and career while growning up in Hong Kong better than 1993's Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. This is full of drama than action I've seen.
Tony Leung Ka-Fai's performance is powerful, honest and brilliant as Bruce Lee's father, Lee Hoi-chuen, and good to see Christy Chung makes a comeback role as Bruce's mother, Grace Lee. And the newcomer Aarif Rahman looks almost alike as his title role with the acting more impressive, he is the correct choice of the casting and his action sequences are superb. I'm hoping Rahman will continue play his role in the next Bruce Lee biography film where he'll arrive to America.
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