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Chinese Odyssey 1 & 2

Lau, Jeffrey

Chinese Odyssey 1 & 2 Lau Jeffrey Ws Man Lng Eng Dub Sub Nr 2 DVD
 
 




The famous Chinese novel Xi You Ji (also known as Journey to the West) was the basis for Hong Kong filmmaker Jeff Lau's flamboyant and rewarding two-part fantasy about the introduction of Buddhism to China. The film, gorgeous as it is, is primarily a parody of its source material, starring comedian Stephen Chiau as both Sun the Monkey King and his later incarnation, Joker. A CHINESE ODYSSEY PART.2) CINDERELLA The Joker travels back in time to save his beloved, the reformed devil Boney M. But in stead of going back to the right place and right time, he finds himself stranded in a chasm five hundred years back. There, the Joker is destined to meet Cinderella, a woman who will change his life forever. He is to fall madly in love with her and yet deny it. He is also to witness and relive the scene of the Monkey King being subdued by the Goddess of Happiness. The Joker is to become Monkey King again but he is unwilling to follow Monkey King's footsteps. But can he really take over his own destiny and resist Divine Providence
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