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||IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 from 16 votes
||Release: 13 October 2006 (Finland) /
||Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
||Director: Antti-Jussi Annila,
||Stars: Elle Kull, Fangjin Li, Hao Dang, Jingchu Zhang, Krista Kosonen, Liansheng Tong, Markku Peltola, Pirkko Hämäläinen, Qiupu Tao, Qiusheng Kong, Taisheng Chen, Tommi Eronen, Xiaomei Tong, Xiupeng Ji, Yu Duan
||Synopsis: Thousands of years ago in ancient China, a love struck sword hero fights against his destiny. He wants another chance to be reunited with his loved one and he gets that chance, in a far away place and a far away time, in the cold north, in modern Finland. Jade Warrior is set in ancient China early iron age and present day Finland. The past is feeding the story in present day, slowly revealing our warrior his real origin, his superior skills and his destiny. Jade Warrior - the first Finnish Kung Fu film - combines Finnish and Chinese mythologies into one film. Jade Warrior is an homage to Kung Fu genre strongly spiced with a truly original approach to Finnish national epic Kalevala. Like Kalevala Jade Warrior is a pure melodrama. A story of Kalevala's greatest hero. Written by www.ses.fi
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The first major genre-film in Finnish history, Jadewarrior is a slick
and stylish movie of epic proportions. Combining both Chinese Wuxia and
the national epic, Kalevala, into a seamless whole the movie creates a
beautifully realized vision of alternate history and mythology.
Kai is a blacksmith, living in the outskirts of Helsinki. After his
girlfriend leaves him, and meeting a mysterious store owner with an
obsession of the Kalevala - Kai is thrust into a battle between good
and evil that has raged since ancient times. Should Kai fail, it would
cost the lives of not only his beloved, but everyone in the world.
Since it's conception, Finnish films have been in stuck in a rut of bad
and repetitive storytelling, with films that you couldn't distinguish
from each other without looking at their names. With only dozens upon
dozens of war and drama films to our credit, Jadewarrior presents
finally visions of grandeur of what Finnish cinema could become.
Effortlessly switching between modern magical realities á la Neil
Gaiman and the epic scopes of Zhang Yimous Hero and House of Flying
Daggers, Jadewarrior is brimming with talented storytelling and visual
delivery to match it. First time helmer, A.J Annila charges with leaps
and bounds to the very small minority of interesting Scandinavian
filmmakers to look out for.
Filmed in locations around the world, such as China and it's home
country of Finland, Jadewarrior boasts with visually powerful locales
to match it's breathtaking action. With production values most
Scandinavian films would die for, the film has the look and feel of a
major Hollywood blockbuster, but with wit and heart to match it's
brawn. Never force feeding it's centuries spanning plot, Jadewarrior
constructs a surprisingly intelligent and heartfelt tale of tragedy
without ever feeling forced or calculated.
With actors ranging from Finnish newcomers (Krista Kosonen) to Chinese
pro's (Jingchu Zhang), the film delivers. First time leading man, Tommi
Eeronen works wonders with his challenging dual role as Kai and Sintai.
Switching between his native language of Finnish to fully realized
Mandarin Chinese effortlessly. Markku Peltola also succeeds in making
his character both tremendously threatening and charming with small
nuances, also delivering his performance partly in Mandarin. Chinese
actress Zhang Jingchu has the fragile beauty of a young Michelle Yeoh,
balancing her performance between the maiden in love and the battle
hardener warrior. And while some of the Finnish dialog may sound cringe
worthy to native speakers - thanks to it's melodramatic inspirations,
Kalevala and Wuxia - the subtitled Chinese segments work better than
anyone would have dared to imagine.
With 2006 still having a good way to go before it's end, calling
Jadewarrior one of the best films of the year may be a slight gamble.
But calling it the best Finnish film in memory isn't. Beautiful,
heartfelt, with action and set-pieces to die for - Jadewarrior marks
hopefully the beginning of a new wave in Finnish film-making, and
deserves all praise coming for it.
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, Fangjin Li
, Hao Dang
, Jingchu Zhang
, Krista Kosonen
, Liansheng Tong
, Markku Peltola
, Pirkko Hämäläinen
, Qiupu Tao
, Qiusheng Kong
, Taisheng Chen
, Tommi Eronen
, Xiaomei Tong
, Xiupeng Ji
, Yu Duan
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