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Product NameFlying Swords Of Dragon Gate [Blu-Ray]
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Long DescriptionInternational action legend Jet Li stars in this gripping martial arts epic set three years after the infamous Dragon Inn was left in ruins. A new gang has taken over the wayward place, using it as their base for uncovering a nearby treasure. But secrets lie within its walls, as a pregnant palace concubine and a swordswoman take refuge from a determined royal eunuch tracking their every move. As an explosive mix of warriors, fugitives and assassins converge in the desert for a deadly showdown, only one man can protect the women, the mysterious Zhao (Li). Filled with spectacular special effects and stunning battle sequences, this martial arts masterpiece delivers knock-out action that has to be seen to be believed.
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