Enter the Clones of Bruce

David GREGORY|USA|2023|93min |International Premiere |15+

Code Time Theater Rate GV
314 7/1  14:00 - 15:33 Bucheon City Hall Fantastic Cube 15 GV
503 7/3  10:30 - 12:03 Korea Manhwa Museum 15
738 7/5  20:00 - 21:33 CGV Sopung 10 15
314 7/1  14:00 - 15:33Bucheon City Hall Fantastic Cube
15  GV
503 7/3  10:30 - 12:03Korea Manhwa Museum
738 7/5  20:00 - 21:33CGV Sopung 10

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Program Note

When Bruce Lee died in 1974, he’d completed only four films. Soon after, Hong Kong studios began producing hundreds of unauthorized biopics, sequels, prequels, and spin-offs starring Lee lookalikes. Over the next decade, ‘Bruceploitation’ would become a staple of global cinema. Director David Gregory examines this unique 70’s phenomenon via interviews with the performers, producers, directors, and distributors for the first time revealing one of the most bizarre genres in movie history.

Program Note

Full of energy and wit, this extremely informative and enjoyable documentary delves into the work of Bruce Lee, his legacy and most notably, his clones. Directed by David Gregory, who has made over 100 documentaries including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – The Shocking Truth, Enter the Clones of Bruce is a very well-structured film. Beginning with the life of Bruce Lee as an introduction, it the explores his so-called clones, wider Bruceploitation cinema and unauthorized biopics, sequels and everything in between. From shooting without permits to blatant copyright infringements, Enter the Clones of Bruce reveals the chaotic nature of Hong Kong filmmaking in the 1970s and 1980s.
With a wealth of archive footage and interviews with the clones themselves, along with directors, producers and experts, it’s a must-see for anyone with an interest in Hong Kong cinema. (Jason BECHERVAISE)


데이비드 그레고리


Producer/Director David GREGORY made his first feature-length documentary Texas Chain Saw Massacre – The Shocking Truth (2000) in 2000 for the distribution company he co-founded, Blue Underground. He soon went on to direct – and often produce and edit – over 100 documentary features and shorts for DVDs that included The Deer Hunter, Badlands, Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, HEATHERS and THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH, as well as the longer documentary projects The Joe Spinell Story (2001), Ban The Sadist Videos! (2005), The Godfathers of Mondo (2003) and the IFC original production The Spaghetti West (2005). He made his narrative feature-directing debut in 2008 with Plague Town (2008), which he also co-wrote and co-edited.


Producer Frank DJENG, Vivian WONG, Michael WORTH
Cinematographer Jim KUNZ
Editor Douglas BUCK
Music Mark RASKIN
Cast Bruce LE, Bruce LI, Bruce LIANG