Mulan (2020)

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Mulan tells the story of a woman who succeeded her father to join the military by disguising himself as a man. Mulan is an action, adventure, and drama film based on a Disney cartoon character named Mulan. The film produced by Walt Disney Pictures is planned to air on March 27, 2020.

The screenplay was entrusted to Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, while the director’s position was entrusted to Niki Caro. Niki Caro is a director and screenwriter from New Zealand. Some of his film works include Memory & Desire, Whale Rider, and A Heavenly Vintage. Starring many top Chinese stars, the main character of the film is entrusted to Yifei Liu. Yifei is a popular multitalented actress who started her career as a model at the age of 8 years.

In this film, he plays the character of Mulan, a girl disguised as a male knight to save his father. Before starring in this film, the actress who is also known by the stage name Crystal Liu has starred in many hit films, such as The Assassins, The Third Way of Love, and Once Upon a Time.

The next character is Commander Tung who was entrusted to Donnie Yen. Donnie Yen is an actor, stunt, producer, director, musician, writer, and editor from Guangzhou, China. Some of the films he has starred in include Kung Fu Jungle, xXx: Return of Xander Cage, and The Monkey King: The Legend Begins.

Top actor Jet Li lined up to play the character of the Emperor in this film. Jet Li’s ability to act is beyond doubt. The actor who has won many awards has starred in many popular films, such as Once Upon a Time in China, The Master, and Shaolin Temple.

Several other top stars who also starred in this film, including Li Gong, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Chum Ehelepola, Nelson Lee, Jun Yu, Jimmy Wong and many more. This film tells of a young Chinese girl named Mulan who became a male soldier who became a soldier for the sake of entering the kingdom. This he did for the sake of his mission to save his father.

The Chinese Empire adopted a conscription policy for every man to join the royal army. Mulan’s father, a respected soldier, was so ill that he was unable to join the army.



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