PAINTED SKIN: THE RESURRECTION theatrical engagements
Well Go Entertainment opens this Fant-Asia film in limited U.S. engagements. PAINTED SKIN: THE RESURRECTION is a sort of semi-sequel to PAINTED SKIN (2008): most of the original cast members (except for star Donnie Yen) return, although not necessarily in the same roles. The theatrical trailer looks gorgeous, and frankly it’s been too long since one of these epic Oriental fantasies played on the big screen on these shores. Let’s hope it’s better than ZOO WARRIORS!
PAINTED SKIN: THE RESURRECTION is presented in its original language with English subtitles. Starting August 17, you can find it in these theatres:
AMC Empire 25
234 West 42nd Street
New York New York 10036
AMC Puente Hills 20
1560 South Azusa Avenue
City Of Industry California 91748
AMC Atlantic Times Square 14
450 N Atlantic Blvd
Monterey Park California 91754
AMC Metreon 16
101 Fourth Street
San Francisco California 94103
AMC Cupertino Square 16
10123 N Wolfe Rd
Cupertino California 95014
AMC Kennedy Commons
33 William Kitchen Road
Scarborough Ontario M1P 5B7
According to ancient lore, if a human freely offers their heart to a demon, that monster can become mortal, experiencing the true pains and passions of existence. This is the ultimate triumph of the underworld.
Xiaowei (Xun Zhou, THE GREAT MAGICIAN, FLYING SWORDS OF DRAGON GATE), a millennia-old fox spirit, is freed from her frozen prison and transforms into a dangerous seductress, consuming living hearts to keep her beautiful as she searches for her chance to become human.
Meanwhile, Princess Jing (Wei Zhao, 14 BLADES, RED CLIFF, SHAOLIN SOCCER),hiding her marred beauty behind a golden mask, flees an unknown threat to her kingdom by pursuing the only man she ever loved: the guard who was unable to protect her, so many years ago.
A twist of fate brings Princess Jing and Xiaowei together, and a slow game of wits, deceit, and seduction begins for the princess’ very own heart.
- Director: Wuershan
- Cast: Xun Zhou, Kun Chen, Wei Zhao, Mini Yang, Shao-Feng Feng, Fei Xiang, Tingjia Chen
- Producer: Chen KuoFu
- Run Time: 120 min.
- Theatrical Date: August 17, 2012