R | | Action, Drama, Romance
According to the end credits, the name of Nora Miao's character is "Yuan". The name Yuan, however, isn't mentioned in the movie.
Whenever you're ready, I'll take on any japanese here.
The nihonto (sword) in the Japanese dojo is mounted upside down and back to front.
Furthermore it is not placed in front of the kamidana, which incidentally is at the back of the mat area, not in the kamiza or "head" of the mat.
Both are placed in an incredibly disrespectful manner.
For its original 1972 UK cinema release the BBFC requested a cut to remove a shot of a flying throat kick, though it appeared intact in all early theatrical prints and was possibly waived before release. In 1978 the film was withdrawn by BBFC director James Ferman (together with Enter the Dragon (1973)) and all nunchaku footage removed together with the previously mentioned throat kick, and these cuts, (totalling 2 mins 51 secs) would persist in all of the film's UK video releases. The cuts were fully restored for the 2001 Hong Kong Legends release.
Mandarin, Cantonese, English