- ZHANG Ting
- Tony CHEUNG
- KWONG Chi-leung
- Sound Director
- LI Sisong, LI Weisong, YI Jiayang, Xiao Ke, ZHANG Yadong
- Art Director
- Bruce YU
- Action Choreographer
- Stephen TUNG
- Jingle MA
- China, Hong Kong
- Action, Adventure, Drama, Romance, War
- 114 min
- ZHAO Wei, CHEN Kun, HU Jun
In 450 A.D. in China, the dynasty was under constant threat from the ruthless Rouran tribe. With such a major security threat at hand, the Chinese army conducted a nationwide draft.
A retired soldier named Hua Hu insisted on enlisting again to serve his country. Mulan, his young daughter, was intelligent and skilled in martial arts. But as a girl, she couldn’t be enlisted. Unable to bear the thought of her father suffering, Mulan got her father drunk, dressed as a boy, and entered the army to take his father’s place.
Through the harsh military training, Mulan proved to be courageous and unstoppable, and always helped others to fend off the army bully. She gained the attention of the Wentai, the battalion’s Vice-commander. They soon developed a mutual admiration.
However, Mulan was in constant danger of revealing her gender. When Wentai ran into her bathing by accident, Mulan was fortunate enough to escape without exposing her identity, but Wentai was determined to uncover the woman hiding among the troops. To make things worse…
Awards & Festivals
• Changchun Film Festival 2010 — Golden Deer Best Actress
• Hundred Flowers Awards 2010 — Best Actress
• Shanghai Film Critics Awards 2010 — Best Actress