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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Rating:PG-13 (for martial arts violence and some sexuality)
Genre:Drama, Action/Adventure, Romance
Release Date:December 15, 2000
Running time:120 minutes
Cast:Chow Yun Fat, Zhang Zi-Yi, Michelle Yeoh, Chang Zheng, Zheng Pei-Pei
Director:Ang Lee
Producer:Li-Kong Hsu, Bill Kong, Ang Lee
Writer:James Schamus, Wang Hui Ling, Kuo-Rong Tsai
Distributor:Sony Pictures Classics

Description: This is the story of two women, both capable fighters, whose fates intertwine during the Ching Dynasty. One of them tries passionately to break free from the constraint society has placed upon her, even if it means giving up her aristocratic privileges for a life of crime and passion. The other, in her lifelong pursuit of justice and honor, only too late discovers the consequences of unfulfilled love. Their two destinies will lead them to a violent and astonishing showdown, in which each will make a surprising, climatic choice.

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