Let the Bullets Fly; Being Flynn
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Let the Bullets Fly; Being Flynn

Let the Bullets Fly, Jiang Wen's action adventure is wonderfully funny and visually spectacular, and the top grossing Chinese feature in the history of China's movie business.

 

A line of dialogue may help explain Morgenstren's peculiar experience with Being Blynn. "All my life," says Nick Flynn, "My Father has been manifest as an absence."

 

Banner image: Chow Yun-Fat, Jiang Wen, and Ge You in a scene from Jiang Wen's Let the Bullets Fly. Photo courtesy of Well Go USA/Variance Films

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