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WARRIORS OF VIRTUE

SYNOPSIS:
Ryan Jeffers (Mario Yedidia) is a typical kid who dreams of being the star quarterback of the football team and hanging with the popular crowd at school. Ming (Dennis Dun), a chef with a Kung Fu cooking style, gives Ryan a manuscript to help him find the power within himself. The sceptical teenager discovers that the gift is more than a book; it is a passport to an extraordinary adventure beyond his wildest imagination. Elysia (Marley Shelton) explains that he has been transported to the mystical land of Tao and introduces him to Master Chung (Chao-Li Chi), their leader, but warns him of the evil and powerful warlord Komodo (Angus Macfayden), who is intent on draining the energy producing Lifesprings. Now only one Lifespring remains and is defended by the Warriors of Virtue…

Sorry, we have not been able to review this film – either because the distributor hasn’t been able or willing to have a media preview for it. We will endeavour to add our reviews later. Meanwhile, here are some excerpts from reviews published elsewhere.



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WARRIORS OF VIRTUE
(US)

CAST: Angus Macfayden, Mario Yedidia, Marley Shelton, Chao-Li Chi, Dennis Dun, Jack Tate, Doug Jones, Don W. Lewis, J. Todd Adams, Adrienne Corcoran, Michael John Anderson, Tom Towles

DIRECTOR: Ronny Yu

PRODUCER: Dennis Law, Ronald Law, Christopher Law, Jeremy Law

SCRIPT: Michael Vickerman, Hugh Kelley

CINEMATOGRAPHER: Peter Pau

EDITOR: David Wu

MUSIC: Don Davis

PRODUCTION DESIGN: Eugenio Zanetti

RUNNING TIME: 101 minutes

AUSTRALIAN DISTRIBUTOR: Roadshow

AUSTRALIAN RELEASE: July 2, 1998







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