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? Movie Info –
● Full Name – The Taking of Tiger Mountain (2014)
● Language – Hindi
● Release year – 23 December 2014 (China)
● Size – 1.2GB
● Quality – 780p
● Format – MKV
? Story Line –
A story focusing on a conflict between a People’s Liberation Army squad and a bandit gang in north-east China during the Chinese revolution.
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The Taking of Tiger Mountain (2014)– Movie Review:
- Like John Woo’s ‘The Crossing’, Tsui Hark’s ‘The Taking of Tiger Mountain’ is set during the Civil War in the late 1940s; but instead of depicting the struggle between the People’s Liberation Army and the Nationalists, Tsui and his four other screenwriters pit a certain Unit 203 of the PLA against a band of ruthless bandits whose stronghold is located high up in the snowy Tiger Mountain. Key to the PLA’s strategy was a certain Yang Zirong, who infiltrated the bandits’ stronghold and provided vital information which enabled his unit to triumph guerrilla-style against their more numerous and more well-equipped enemies.
As probably his first historical epic, ‘The Taking of Tiger Mountain’ sees Tsui Hark struggle to find the right balance between reality and myth. Tsui’s best films have been those which have allowed him to express his own inner eccentricities, but which prove out of place in a straightforward recount like this. The narrative flaws are all too obvious at the start and at the end, but thankfully, as far as the titular tale is concerned, Tsui has fashioned a gripping story of espionage that does history justice.
Wrapping Up ❤️