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Poster for Sundays on Fire: Secret Hong Kong 35mm Feature

Sundays on Fire: Secret Hong Kong 35mm Feature

Run Time: 90 min. Format: 35mm

Warning: Images are not from the movies we’re showing. Trust us, you can’t imagine what we’re showing!

The make-or-break movie for one of the world’s biggest action stars, this flick was a last ditch effort by a wannabe Bruce Lee to find his own identity and prove that there were audiences for what he knew he was born to do. Against all odds, this movie didn’t just succeed, it became the biggest box office hit in Hong Kong history and launched a superstar. It’s a chaotic Canto-comedy tornado that rapidly becomes a series of jaw dropping action sequences as a drunk bum shows a talentless kung fu kid how to make his body do things most of us cannot even conceive of. The budget was low, so the action is basically two human beings facing off against each other, but the things they do have to be seen to be believed. This print is dubbed into English and it’s been kicked around a bit, but it doesn’t matter — this is a movie so wild and with action so blistering, that the two stars practically come flying off the screen and kick you in the back of the head.