“Ip Man 4” Talks Philosophy of Martial Arts

By on November 26, 2019 in Movies, NEWS

“Ip Man 4” Talks Philosophy of Martial Arts

The final chapter of the Ip Man saga, Ip Man: The Finale <葉問4:完結篇>, will be released in theaters December 20, 2019. It continues the story of Ip Man, portrayed by Donnie Yen (甄子丹), as he sets up a new wing chun kwoon in San Francisco’s Chinatown and faces the wrath of karate-fighting American military men.

From Foshan, to Hong Kong, and now to San Francisco, Ip Man had lived a life of advocating for peace, duty, and righteousness. Action choreographer Yuen Woo-ping (袁和平) captured this philosophy perfectly with an all-new action set that captures the wisdom of Ip Man’s moves.

Two important fight scenes are to note here: the first one is against Wu Yue’s (吴樾) tai chi, a fight that took ten days to shoot, and the second is against a team of American military men who are experts in karate. Incorporating a myriad of different martial arts in the film, the filmmakers hope that the film would successful deliver the different colors of Ip Man and his story.

Ip Man: The Finale also stars Vanness Wu (吳建豪), Scott Adkins, Kent Cheng (鄭則士), Danny Chan Kwok-kwan (陳國坤), Ngo Ka-nin (敖嘉年), Chris Collins, and Vanda Lee (李宛妲).

Source: 163.com

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

1 comment to “Ip Man 4” Talks Philosophy of Martial Arts

  1. foodie says:

    Looks very good….Must watch.

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