Let the Bullets Fly premieres in Beijing

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Jiang Wen (L), director of "Let the Bullets Fly" and producer Ma Ke, speak at the press conference for the film premiere. Jiang Wen's gangster movie "Let the Bullets Fly" premieres in Beijing on Monday, December 6, 2010. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com]

"I feel confused, is the red carpet for a film festival or just a film premiere?" Jiang Wen joked at the premiere of his gangster movie "Let the Bullets Fly." A grand premiere ceremony was held in Beijing on Monday, December 6, 2010.

The star-studded premiere ceremony was attended by celebrities Jiang Wen, Chow Yun-fat, Ge You, Feng Xiaogang, Carina Lau, and Chen Kun. All of them are among the A-list of Chinese directors and actors.

Before the ceremony, movie director Jiang Wen and cast members including Ge You, Carina Lau, Chen Kun, and Liao Fan attended the press conference for the premiere.

At the press conference, Jiang Wen said he created a relaxed environment during the film's shooting; he believes actors play better when they feel relaxed. He also admitted that there is no substitute for the renowned actor Ge You, who has 3 movies opening this New Year's season. In addition, as his last film "The Sun Also Rises" didn't cater to his usual audience, he said he wouldn't care about the box office results of this film and its criticism.

But, according to Mtime.com's earlier interview with Ma Ke, the producer of this film, he said "Let the Bullets Fly" has set a new standard for Chinese commercial movies, which can entertain all levels of moviegoers.

"Let the Bullets Fly" features three super stars: Jiang Wen, Chow Yun-fat and Ge You. The story is set in the North Warlords period (1912-1927). Zhang Muzhi (Jiang Wen), a gang leader, kidnapped Lao Tang (Ge You), the town mayor, and his wife (Carina Lau). In a small town, they met a bully, Huang Si Lang (Chow Yun-fat). The struggle to survive during these tumultuous times leads to an epic fight in the sleepy, small town.

According to the feedback of moviegoers, the film is full of laughs. It is not only a gangster movie but also a comedy.

The film will hit the cinemas nationwide in December 16. Enjoy the New Year's banquet at the cinema.

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