Let the Bullets Fly


Let the Bullets Fly[3] is a 2010 Chinese action comedy film written and directed by Jiang Wen, based on a story by Ma Shitu.[4] The film is set in Sichuan during the 1920s when the bandit Zhang (Jiang Wen) descends upon a town posing as its new governor. The film also stars Chow Yun-fat, Ge You, Carina Lau, Chen Kun and Zhou Yun.

The film's script went through over thirty drafts before Jiang Wen was happy with it. Let the Bullets Fly was originally to be released in September 2010 but was pushed back to December. Made in Mandarin and Sichuanese, the film broke several box office records in China, and has received critical acclaim, when it was released. Let the Bullets Fly grossed 674 million yuan (US$110 million) in Chinese box office[5] (becoming the highest grossing domestic film in China until it was beaten by Painted Skin: The Resurrection in 2012[6][7]) and $140 million worldwide.[2]

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Let the Bullets Fly id
让子弹飞zh-hans zh zh-cn
讓子彈飛zh-hant zh-hk zh-tw yue
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Herstellungsland:Volksrepublik China
IMDB: 10905
Verleih:Emperor Motion Pictures, Netflix
Regie:Jiang Wen
Drehbuch:Jiang Wen
Kamera:Zhao Fei
Musik:Joe Hisaishi
Produzent:Albert Yeung
Darsteller:Chow Yun-Fat
Jiang Wen
Carina Lau
Ge You
Jiang Wu
Chen Kun
Zhou Yun
Zhang Mo
Shao Bing
Liao Fan
Feng Xiaogang
Wei Xiao
Miao Pu
Yao Lu
Zhou Yun
Hu Jun
Michelle Bai
Zhao Ming
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