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The Woman Knight of Mirror Lake [Blu-ray + DVD]

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From director Herman Yau (The Legend is Born - Ip Man) comes the thrilling story of one woman who dared to fight for her ideals, even in the face of certain death. Filled with intense scenes of martial-arts action, The Woman Knight of Mirror Lake burns with the fires of revolution.

In late-19th century China, Qui Jin was many things: a defiant rebel armed with both blades and guns; a paramilitary leader dedicated to overthrowing an unjust government; a non-conformist who boldly donned men's attire in spite of tradition; a radical poet whose words inspired the oppressed; a heroic martyr whose views on equality altered history. Her steadfast resolve to improve the plight of women and her bravery in the face of tyranny led her to the executioner - but her determination to topple the status-quo changed a nation forever.

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This is the true life story of [Qui Jin] a woman who's life was cut short just because she
wanted to be who she wanted to be and she's not going to let anyone tell her how she
should live her life.and who became a rebel and a revolutionary in late 19th century China.
when she was born they try to tie her feet and that's wear it all started.this woman paved the way for other
women not to be dominated by men in a mans world at that time period when every woman was almost
a slave to their man and she even try to topple the Quing Dynasty.now this movie is not a kung Fu movie
so if you're looking for all fight scene there isn't any this is a very emotional movie with A couple of fight
scene.She was also a very radical poet whose words inspired the oppressed.a heroic martyr whose views
on equality altered history.now i know their is not a lot of women that will not or have not seen this beautiful
movie about one woman struggle to gain her freedom from an oppressed government because of the
subtitles and that's a shame because their is a lot to learn here about women rights.it seams movies like these
don't get much attention because of the subtitles and that's bad.now i don't know why amazon.ca don't integrate
these movies with the American movies when you're on their site and all other movies for that matter not to tell
you how to run your web-site that's the last thing i would like to do.
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