Jackie Chan talks about his early days in a never-before-seen interview from 1998. Chan (above) opened his exhibition Who Am I? in Hong Kong that year. Photo: SCMP Jackie Chan talks about his early days in a never-before-seen interview from 1998. Chan (above) opened his exhibition Who Am I? in Hong Kong that year. Photo: SCMP
Jackie Chan talks about his early days in a never-before-seen interview from 1998. Chan (above) opened his exhibition Who Am I? in Hong Kong that year. Photo: SCMP

Chinese language cinema

Hong Kong martial arts cinema: Jackie Chan, in unpublished 1998 interview, talks about his hardscrabble early career

  • A stuntman on Bruce Lee’s Fist of Fury, an action choreographer a year later on Police Woman – Jackie Chan talks about how he furthered his career
  • Chan also talks about learning behind-the-camera skills by volunteering to help cinematographers

Topic |   Chinese language cinema
Jackie Chan talks about his early days in a never-before-seen interview from 1998. Chan (above) opened his exhibition Who Am I? in Hong Kong that year. Photo: SCMP Jackie Chan talks about his early days in a never-before-seen interview from 1998. Chan (above) opened his exhibition Who Am I? in Hong Kong that year. Photo: SCMP
Jackie Chan talks about his early days in a never-before-seen interview from 1998. Chan (above) opened his exhibition Who Am I? in Hong Kong that year. Photo: SCMP
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