臥虎藏龍

Film

Main Details
Premiere Date 2000-05-18
Countries
Alternative Titles
  • Ngo foo chong lung (Cantonese)
  • Tigre i drac (Catalan)
  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (English)
  • Tigre et dragon (French)
  • Tiger & Dragon (German)
  • グリーン・デスティニー (Japanese)
  • Wo hu cang long (Mandarin)
  • O Tigre e o Dragão (Portuguese (Brazil))
  • El tigre y el dragón (Spanish (Latin))
  • Snikende Tiger, Skjult Drage (Norwegian)
  • Tiger På Spring, Drage i Skjul (Danish)
Category Feature Film
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Credits
Directed by, Producer Ang Lee
Based on the Novel by Du Lu Wang
Screenplay Hui-Ling Wang
Screenplay, Lyricist James Schamus
Screenplay Kuo Jung Tsai
Cast Chow Yun-Fat as Master Li Mu Bai
Cast Michelle Yeoh as Yu Shu Lien
Cast Zhang Ziyi as Jen Yu (Mandarin version) / Jiao Long (English dubbed version)
Cast Chang Chen as Lo 'Dark Cloud' / Luo Xiao Hu
Cast Sihung Lung as Sir Te
Cast Cheng Pei-Pei as Jade Fox
Cast Fa Zeng Li as Governor Yu
Cast Xian Gao as Bo
Cast Yan Hai as Madame Yu
Cast De Ming Wang as Police Inspector Tsai / Prefect Cai Qiu
Cast Li Li as May
Producer Hsu Li-Kong
Producer William Kong
Music Dun Tan
Cinematographer Peter Pau Tak-Hai
Film Editor Tim Squyres
Production Designer Tim Yip
Supervising Art Director Eddy Wong
Supervising Art Director Xing-Zhan Yang
Supervising Art Director Zhanjia Yang
Performer: Cello Solos Yo-Yo Ma
Martial Arts Coordinator Ku Huen-Chiu
Action Choreographer, Action Director Wo Ping Yuen*
Production Company Asia Union Film & Entertainment Ltd.
Production Company China Film Co-Production Corporation
Production Company Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia
Production Company Good Machine International*
Distributed by Edko Films
Distributed by Sony Pictures Classics
Notes A young Chinese warrior steals a sword from a famed swordsman and then escapes into a world of romantic adventure with a mysterious man in the frontier of the nation. Winner of four Academy Awards in 2001: Best Foreign Language Film (Ang Lee), Best Art Direction (Timmy Yip), Best Original Score (Tan Dun), and Best Cinematography (Peter Pau).

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