The Warrior

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The Warrior Review


Warriors come out and play in this story of war between China and Korea in 1375. A Korean envoy is sent to China to make peace, only to get waylaid and sent into exile. They encounter troops again and again, end up rescuing a Chinese princess (Ziyi Zhang), and try to get home. Rest assured you won't be able to follow any of this plot, as The Warrior plays out like one big roll in the dirt and one long wargame. Fans looking for that Crouching Tiger mystique won't find it here, but you will encounter dozens of guys impaled on swords and more than a few beheadings.

Aka Musa, The Warriors.



The Warrior

Facts and Figures

Run time: 158 mins

In Theaters: Friday 7th September 2001

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

IMDB: 7.3 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Sung-su Kim

Producer: , Shang Xia

Starring: as Lafcadia - Warrior, Puru Chibber as Katiba, Warrior's Son, Aino Annuddin as Biswas, Manoj Mishra as Warrior, Nanhe Khan as Warrior, Chander Singh as Warrior, Hemant Maahaor as Warrior, Mandakini Goswami as Rabia, Sunita Sharma as The girl, Shaukat Baig as Clerk, Gori Shanker as Tarang village headman, Prabhuram as Blacksmith, Wagaram as Blacksmith's son, Ajai Rohilla as Quarrey foreman, Noor Mani as Riaz - Thief

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