Kung Fu Classics presents 1986’s “Born to Defense.” The film, starring a young Jet Li, is set in the late 1940s and tells the story of a soldier (also named Jet) who must defend himseslf and his Chinese people from some abusive Americans.
This film, written by Jia Er-Ge and Yeung-Ping Sze, was the directorial debut of Li and also featured the fight choreography of Tsui Siu-Ming. If you’re a fan of Li and want to see some of his early work, this film is a must-watch. You can catch “Born to Defense” on Kung Fu Classics’ channel on FilmOn.com at 10:21 am ET Monday, Sept. 30.
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