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Import Blu-Ray/Region All pressing. Please note while the feature film is viewable on all Blu-Ray players the special features are in Standard Definition/PAL format and will not be viewable on US BR players. Director Jacob Cheung presents his first period epic with magnificent, realistic war scenes and thought-provoking content. Besides witty battle strategies, A Battle of Wits creates greater interest with its philosophical content about Mohism, a belief in universal love and peace that actually existed in Chinese history. The main character of the film, Ge Le, successfully embodied by Andy Lau, is a follower of Mohism. The story takes place in the city-state of Liang, ruled by the incapable King (Wang Zhiwen), which is now the target of invasion from its neighboring kingdom. The Kingdom of Zhao sends 10,000 soldiers led by renowned general Xiang Yanzhong (Ahn Sung Ki) in attempt to conquer this little city-state, inhabited by only 4000. The King of Liang secures assistance from the followers of Mohism, but he never expected that they would only send the shabbily dressed Ge Le... Metrodome.
I got it because it was Chi Siwon's first movie. But was surprised to really enjoy the movie. it was very well made.Published 14 months ago by sumiko sugihara