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  1. A Touch of Zen (Chinese: 俠女) is a 1971 wuxia film co-edited, written, and directed by film maker King Hu. Its screenplay is based on a classic Chinese story "Xianü" in the book Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio by Pu Songling.

    • Wu Ta-chiang, Lo Ming-tao
    • November 18, 1971
  2. Nov 18, 1971 · A Touch Of Zen was originally released in Taiwan in two parts with a total running time of 3 hours 20 minutes. However, the bamboo forest sequence which ended part one was reprised at the beginning of part two, adding over 20 minutes to the total running time.

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    • King Hu
    • Not Rated
    • Action, Adventure, Drama
  3. A Touch of Zen Photos View All Photos (14) Movie Info Ku Shen Chai (Chun Shih), an unmotivated artist in his early 30s, still lives with his mother, but he is shaken from his comfortable rut by the...

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    • Action, Adventure, Sports
  4. A Touch of Zen (English Subtitled) (94) 7.5 2 h 50 min 1972 NR. "Visionary" barely begins to describe this masterpiece of Chinese cinema and martial arts moviemaking. A Touch of Zen by King Hu depicts the journey of Yang (Hsu Feng), a fugitive noblewoman who seeks refuge in a remote, and allegedly haunted, village.

  5. At once a wuxia film, the tale of a spiritual quest, and a study in human nature, A Touch of Zen is an unparalleled work in Hu’s formidable career and an epic of the highest order, characterized by breathtaking action choreography, stunning widescreen landscapes, and innovative editing. Film Info Taiwan 1971 180 minutes Color 2.35:1 Mandarin

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