House Of Flying Daggers
Near the end of the Tang Dynasty, police deputies Jin (Kaneshiro) and Leo (Lau) tangle with Mei (Zhang), a dancer suspected of having ties to a revolutionary faction known as the House of Flying Daggers. Enraptured by her, the deputies concoct a plan to save her from capture, and Jin leads her north in what becomes a perilous journey into the unknown.
This movie is about a rebel group fighting against the ancient Chinese government called “The House of Flying Daggers.” The whole movie is basically the Chinese government trying to recapture the old rebel leader’s blind daughter so that she can lead them to the new leader of the rebel army. The Chinese government sends one of their men who is supposed to seduce her and trick her into leading the entire emperor’s army to the House of Flying Daggers. But they really do fall in love with each other. They eventually make their way to the House of Flying Daggers and Mei (the lead girl pretending to be the old leader’s daughter) meets up with her old lover who is a spy for the House of Flying Daggers in the Chinese army. He tries to have sex with her but she doesn’t love him anymore, so she pushes him away. He is furious because he knows she loves someone else. Mei is ordered to kill her new lover because he is a threat to their location. She brings him out but then lets him go and they make love in the field. He asks her to go with him. He leaves, and when she leaves to go with him, she gets stabbed by a dagger and the one who threw it was her old jealous lover who said that she didn’t have to love him but she couldn’t go with the other guy. The new lover comes back to look for Mei and sees that she is dead. The two men commence fighting each other to the death, but only one of the three die. It was a really good movie. It was not Dove approved due to content, but it had to be one of the most entertaining and exciting adult movies I have seen in a year.