Bruce Lee in Game of Death (1978). Photo: Concord Productions/Columbia Pictures/Golden Harvest Bruce Lee in Game of Death (1978). Photo: Concord Productions/Columbia Pictures/Golden Harvest
Bruce Lee in Game of Death (1978). Photo: Concord Productions/Columbia Pictures/Golden Harvest

Review |
Bruce Lee’s daughter Shannon turns her martial arts icon father’s ideas into a self-help guide in Be Water, My Friend

  • Shannon Lee’s book takes aphorisms and observations from her father’s handwritten notebooks and broadens them out to address modern living
  • It is very good when it talks about the philosophy behind Lee’s martial arts system jeet kune do, but less so when it tries to apply it to modern life

Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
Bruce Lee in Game of Death (1978). Photo: Concord Productions/Columbia Pictures/Golden Harvest Bruce Lee in Game of Death (1978). Photo: Concord Productions/Columbia Pictures/Golden Harvest
Bruce Lee in Game of Death (1978). Photo: Concord Productions/Columbia Pictures/Golden Harvest
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