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Cine Asia in September

Cine Asia have announced three titles for release in September…

The Legend of Fong Sai-yuk - DVD (£15.99 RRP) – 6th September 2010
Jet Li stars as young folk hero Fong Sai-yuk in this brilliant period action/comedy from 1993. Features include:

  • Anamorphic Widescreen
  • Cantonese DD2.0 & English DD5.1
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Hit Hard & Fly High – Interview with fight choreographer Corey Yuen-Kwai (20mins)
  • The Pen is Mightier than the Sword: Interview with writer Jeff Lau (13mins)
  • Commentary with Hong Kong Cinema Expert Bey Logan

Connected - DVD (£15.99 RRP) – 20th September 2010
Louis Koo stars in this Hong Kong action-thriller based on the 2004 film Cellular. A 2-disc set, features include:
  • Anamorphic Widescreen
  • Original Language DD2.0 & DD5.1
  • English DD5.1
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Alternate, Extended and Deleted Scenes (x18)
  • Teaser and Theatrical Trailer
  • Interview with director Benny Chan (20mins)
  • Interview with Nick Cheung (5mins)
  • Interview with Louis Koo (10mins)
  • Interview with Barbie Hsu (10mins)
  • Making of (20mins)
  • Behind the Scenes – At the Airport (37mins)
  • Behind the Scenes – At the Abandoned Warehouse (17mins)
  • Behind the Scenes – Car Stunt Part 1 (12mins)
  • Behind the Scenes – Car Stunt Part 2 (70mins)
  • Behind the Scenes – At Grace’s House (22mins)

The Sword with No Name - DVD (£17.99 RRP) & Blu-ray (£24.99 RRP) – 20th September 2010
Journey back to Korea's fabled Joseon Dynasty with this action-packed adaptation of the life of legendary Empress Myseongseong: the inspirational leader who stirred the courage of her nation in the face of seemingly overwhelming foreign aggression. Features include:
  • ‘Making of’ featurette including extended and deleted scenes (10mins)
  • Cast interviews (10mins)
  • Teaser & Theatrical Trailers
  • English subtitles
  • Dolby Digital Korean 2.0 and 5.1 audio options
  • DTS HD Master Audio Korean 5.1 audio option (Blu-ray only)

Here is a trailer for The Sword with No Name and below that is artwork for all three…

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