Jiang Wen, director and actor of the film "Let the Bullets Fly" [Photo: ent.sina.com.cn]
Chinese director Jiang Wen's latest gangster film "Let the Bullets Fly" has premiered its first trailer at the Cannes Film Festival, Sina.com.cn reports.
The trailer features the three lead actors - Jiang Wen, Ge You and Chow Yun-Fat. The combination of these acclaimed actors is regarded to be the film's main attraction.
Fierce gun battles, breathtaking chase scenes, and thrilling fights depicted in the trailer have impressed the audiences. The intimate scenes with Ge You and Carina Lau, as well as the half-naked clip of Bai Bing have also attracted interest from viewers.
It was reported the trailer was only made for the international market, with the Chinese version to be released next month.
Two posters of the film had been recently released only to receive mixed responses. Some felt the posters imitated the poster of the Michael Jackson documentary "This Is It", while others thought they were influenced by the "Kill Bill" films.
"Let the Bullets Fly" depicts a bandit gang from western China in the early 20th century and contains elements of suspense and black humor.
The movie is currently in post-production. A release date has yet to be announced.
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