Young Bruce Lee
Li xiao long AKA Bruce Lee, My Brother
China, Hong Kong (HK), 2010, 129 minutes, SD
Young Bruce Lee Synopsis

Known as 'The Little Dragon' to legions of adoring fans, Bruce Lee is regarded by many as the greatest martial arts legend who ever lived. Now, discover his amazing untold story in this stunning biopic from the studio that brought you Jet Li's Warlords and the acclaimed Infernal Affairs Trilogy.

From his birth on November 27th 1940 to his departure for San Francisco in 1959, discover how Bruce Lee lived through war and persecution and survived the brutal street-gangs of 1950's Hong Kong before going on to live his dreams.


Produced by Robert Lee, Bruce Lee's younger brother, and based on his own first-hand experience, Young Bruce Lee is a breathtaking and evocative homage to the man who, uniquely, brought the power and majesty of Chinese Kung Fu to millions around the world.


Showcasing an incredible hi-impact tribute to the celebrated Coliseum fight from Way of the Dragon, Young Bruce Lee is an inspirational motion picture event that is not to be missed!

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Reviewed by jeteli
As a way to commemorate Bruce Lee's 70th birth anniversary in 2010, the film by directors Wong and Yip Wai-Man is a fitting tribute for the epic Bruce Lee.  The... more
As a way to commemorate Bruce Lee's 70th birth anniversary in 2010, the film by directors Wong and Yip Wai-Man is a fitting tribute for the epic Bruce Lee.  The 40's to 60's era were impressively recreated and viewers discover the early life of Bruce Lee that only a few  previously know.  Impressive production design and costumes with comparably laudable performances by the cast. The movie gives viewers a clearer view on Bruce Lee as a friend, brother and son while at the same time giving a glimpse on the family and siblings and the close bond between them.  You should never miss this, especially if you're a true-blue Bruce Lee fan!  
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Reviewed by josephcalingasa
Interesting and engaging film on the family, birth and young life of the legendary Bruce Lee.  One thing for sure, viewers have to really pay close attention to the narration/... more
Interesting and engaging film on the family, birth and young life of the legendary Bruce Lee.  One thing for sure, viewers have to really pay close attention to the narration/ voice over because of the facts and info that one may overlook. The visuals and the sub-titles can take your attention away from the narration, which can be a setback at times. Impressive portrayals especially by Tony Leung Ka-Fai as the father and Christy Chung as the mother. Chung was able to portray her role well and Ka-Fai as the actor/father of Bruce Lee was expressive and comedic.  This film provides an understanding and a peek on the extraordinary life of a global phenomenon, truly a must-watch! 
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