The Bruce Lee you couldn't see - until now. His famed one-inch punch could knock a burly man off his feet. He could reel off push-ups while balancing on one finger. You'll witness these feats and more in Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey. And you'll see for the first time anywhere something more astonishing: over 30 continuous minutes of fight action from the ambitious, soul-baring movie Lee was making at the time of his July 20, 1973 death. John Little, drawing on invaluable film footage missing for 28 years, constructs this superb look at the man and his uncompleted movie. Part documentary (with previously unseen home reels of Lee and more), part movie experience (with the long-missing footage assembled according to script notes found among Lee's personal effects) and wholly entertaining, Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey is a must-see journey for any Lee fan.
A slight correction
- Bruce Lee: A Warriors Journey review by PD
It is common misconceived, the original Game of Death was shot in 1973, post Enter The Dragon. The filming took place in the autumn of 1972, soon after completing The Way of the Dragon. It has been rumoured that Lee was considering a more powerful ending to the film. I guess that after leaving the pagoda, the totally exhausted character was to face his ultimate confrontation. But we shall never know.