Kemarin saya mendownload film bagus, judulnya Baramui Fighter atau Fighter in The Wind di Indowebster (link lokal IIX).
IMDB Rate: 7.0.
Sutradaranya: Yun-ho Yang
Penulis: Yun-ho Yang, Hak-ki Bang (comic book)
Pemainnya: Dong-kun Yang, Aya Hirayama and Masaya Katô
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Adalah Baedal, tokoh utama, seorang Korea yang merantau ke Jepang untuk menjadi pilot penerbang, tapi begitu Jepang di Bom Amerika dan menyerah sekolahnya ditutup dan menggelandang di jalan.
Sewaktu menggelandang inilah Baedal bertemu kembali dengan guru sekaligus pelayannya sewaktu kecil (yg saya lupa namanya), sampai sirkus tempat bermukimnya dihancurkan preman dan harus menggelandang kembali.
Suatu hari, baedal menyadari kelemahannya dan bertekad untuk menjadi petarung yang lebih kuat. Ter-inspirasi dengan perjalanan hidup legenda samurai Jepang, Miyamoto Mushashi, Baedal berlatih di pegunungan dan akhirnya berhasil mencapai tingkat master dan mampu mengalahkan petarung-petarung seantero Jepang.
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Buat anda praktisi karate aliran Kyokhusin, film ini wajib ditonton karena merupakan perjalan hidup sang master, Choi Baedal atau nama Jepangnya Masutatsu Oyama.
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His name was Choi Baedal (Born in Korea, he lived from 1923-1994, and was known as “Mas Oyama” in Japan.), the founder of Kyokyushinkai full-contact Karate.
Among Choi Baedal’s notable feats and accomplishments are:
- Responsible for making Karate the #1 martial arts in Japan.
- His life story, philosophy, and martial arts style was the basis for the creation of Ryu for Capcom’s “Street Fighter II.”
- One of his notable students is the renowned Japanese actor Sonny Chiba of “Street Fighter” and “Kill Bill” fame.
- Trained in the mountains of Japan in solitude for almost 3 years. The way Rocky Balboa brutally trained in the snow in “Rocky IV” is the way Choi Baedal trained in the snowy mountains of Japan in solitude for 16 hours everyday for 3 years straight.
- Choi Baedal traveled all across the globe challenging any fighter. He is known to have defeated 299 out of 300 challengers around the world.
- Bruce Lee revered him, and was heavily influenced by Master Choi’s “practicality over style” form of martial arts. If Bruce Lee is #1, Choi Baedal is #2. No one could ever defeat him.
- One punch or kick from him shattered your ribs; a block to his punch or kick shattered or snapped your limbs.
- He was so strong that he could bend US silver dollars in half and slice them in half like a pair of pliers with just his thumbs and forefingers.
- In 1961, New York Times named Choi Baedal “The toughest man alive.”
Biographical feature films have been made on the life of Choi Baedal. 1 South Korean feature film in 2004, and 3 Japanese feature films in the 1970’s:
- “Fighter in the Wind” (2004)
- “Karate Bullfighter” (1975)
- “Karate Bearfighter”(1977)
- “Karate for Life” (1977)
Choi Baedal also wrote a book on his philosophy on martial arts called “The Kyokushin Way.”
Make no mistake, Choi Baedal is a full-blooded Korean all the way. Bruce Lee and Sonny Chiba revered him and their martial arts were heavily influenced by him. He was a living legend, and is an inspiration to Koreans, Japanese, and countless martial artists around the world. Unfortunately, Master Choi passed away to lung cancer (although he was a non-smoker) in 1994.
And I simply love this film as many of the reviewers here. This is one Korean film I find myself revisiting again and again as the years go by since I first saw it in South Korea in 2004. Yang Dong-geun is awesome as Choi Baedal, Aya Hirayama lovely as Baedal’s girl-friend Yoko, and Masaya Kato as Baedal’s nemesis Kato.
“Fighter in the Wind” is available for purchase through Amazon.com for all you fans who have seen and enjoyed this film. I highly recommend this film as a primer for your friends as an introduction to Korean cinema. 🙂
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