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Fighter in the Wind

South Korean Martial Arts film Based on the True events

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  • Apr 26, 2013
Felt like re-watching something that I did not need to think about and decided to see something familiar, yet I know that the replay value would be good.

Based on the manga inspired by the life Choi Bae-Dul (aka. Matsutatsu Ayama), “Fighter in the Wind” presents great, hard-hitting martial arts choreography and a wonderful score. Called the “Godhand” and known for awesome kicking ability, Choi Bae-Dul has a knockout record of 270 (most of them with a single blow). This film goes into his humble beginnings (if a little fictionalized and dramatized) and his appearance seems to have been inspired by Ryu (from the Street Fighter video games).

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April 29, 2013
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review by . July 03, 2009
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"Fighter in the Wind" (aka. Baramui Paito, 2004) is the story of Choi Bae-dul, a real-life legendary martial arts figure who, during his peak, defeated hundreds of martial arts experts in Japan and around the world, or to be more precise, the film is based on the manga (Japanese comic) based on the martial artist's life. Choi Bae-Dul or otherwise known as Matsutatsu Ayama fought more than 270 fighters and most of them were beaten with a single blow; his fights never lasted for more than …
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