The Lost Bladesman

The Lost Bladesman

Title: The Lost Bladesman

Release: 2011

Rating: 6

Language: Mandarin

Country: China, Hong Kong

Runtime: 109

Genre: Action,Biography,Drama,History

The Lost Bladesman

Release 2011
Rating 6
Language Mandarin
Country China, Hong Kong
Runtime 109
Genre Action,Biography,Drama,History



This historical martial arts film adapted from the story of Guan Yu crossing five passes and slaying six generals in Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms. In AD 200 during the late Eastern Han Dynasty, Cao Cao eliminates his political opponents Dong Cheng and others, before turning his attention towards rival warlords Liu Bei and Yuan Shao. To avoid fighting a war on two fronts, Cao Cao decides to attack Liu Bei first. Liu Bei flees north to join Yuan Shao, while his family is captured by the enemy. Liu Bei's sworn brother Guan Yu (Donnie Yen), surrenders to Cao Cao to uphold his oath of brotherhood and preserve his honor. Cao Cao knows he's a great warrior & hopes that Guan Yu will continue serving him. Meanwhile, Guan Yu is secretly in love with his sworn brother's concubine Qilan, but is afraid to express his feelings to her. Qilan reproaches Guan Yu for serving Cao Cao. By then, Guan Yu has also received news of Liu Bei's whereabouts, so he prepares to ...

Director :

Felix Chong, Alan Mak

Writer :

Felix Chong, Alan Mak

Actors :

... General Guan Yunchang

... Cao Cao

... Qi Lan

... General Kong Xiu