History Film / Hero

15th Jan '16 10:16:14 AM Anddrix
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* ImportationExpansion: The opening and closing sequences of the American version was changed. Changes for the opening sequence include the addition of a map of ancient China and a different description; the line "In any war there are heroes on both sides..." is not present on the original Chinese version. Also, the closing sequence have a different description; in the original Chinese version, it was not outright stated that [[spoiler: Nameless was executed as an assassin but buried as a hero]]. That line was presumably added to make it [[ViewersAreMorons easier for viewers to understand]] that [[spoiler: Nameless was given a hero's funeral]].
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* ImportationExpansion: The opening and closing sequences of the American version was changed. Changes for the opening sequence include the addition of a map of ancient China and a different description; the line "In any war there are heroes on both sides..." is not present on the original Chinese version. Also, the closing sequence have a different description; in the original Chinese version, it was not outright stated that [[spoiler: Nameless was executed as an assassin but buried as a hero]]. That line was presumably added to make it [[ViewersAreMorons easier for viewers to understand]] understand that [[spoiler: Nameless was given a hero's funeral]].
23rd Dec '15 12:18:38 PM Hadjorim
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* AnachronismStew: In the North American promotional poster, the sword held by Nameless was [[http://i.imgur.com/rV5o8ki.jpg replaced]] by a Japanese katana. Katanas were invented around 1600 years after the period in which this film is set.
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* AnachronismStew: In the North American promotional poster, the sword held by Nameless was [[http://i.imgur.com/rV5o8ki.jpg replaced]] by a Japanese katana. Katanas Firstly, katanas were invented around 1600 years after the period in which this film is set.set. Secondly, it goes without saying that the katana is Japanese, and the entire film is Chinese.
23rd Dec '15 12:34:03 AM spirasen
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22nd Dec '15 11:39:54 PM spirasen
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Jet Li plays Wu Ming ("[[NoNameGiven Nameless]]"), ostensibly a minor official who claims to have vanquished three assassins out to kill the King (Broken Sword, Long Sky and Flying Snow) before he has a chance to declare himself Emperor. As he [[WholeEpisodeFlashback tells his story]] to the terminally paranoid King, [[MagicalRealism things turn out]] [[RashomonStyle not to be as]] [[GambitPileup they seem]].
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Jet Li plays Wu Ming ("[[NoNameGiven Nameless]]"), ostensibly a minor official who claims to have vanquished three assassins out to kill the King (Broken Sword, Long Sky and Flying Snow) before he has a chance to declare himself Emperor. As he [[WholeEpisodeFlashback tells his story]] to the terminally paranoid King, [[MagicalRealism [[MagicRealism things turn out]] [[RashomonStyle not to be as]] [[GambitPileup they seem]].

* MagicalRealism: The whole film.
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* MagicalRealism: MagicRealism: The whole film.
22nd Dec '15 11:36:48 PM spirasen
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* AnachronismStew: In the North American promotional poster, the sword held by Nameless was [[http://www.impawards.com/2004/hero.html replaced]] a Japanese katana. Katanas were invented around 1600 years after the period in which this film is set.
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* AnachronismStew: In the North American promotional poster, the sword held by Nameless was [[http://www.impawards.com/2004/hero.html [[http://i.imgur.com/rV5o8ki.jpg replaced]] by a Japanese katana. Katanas were invented around 1600 years after the period in which this film is set.
22nd Dec '15 11:27:18 PM spirasen
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* GreyAndGrayMorality
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* GreyAndGrayMoralityGreyAndGrayMorality:
22nd Dec '15 11:22:03 PM spirasen
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Jet Li plays Wu Ming ("[[NoNameGiven Nameless]]"), ostensibly a minor official who claims to have vanquished three assassins out to kill the King (Broken Sword, Long Sky and Flying Snow) before he has a chance to declare himself Emperor. As he [[WholeEpisodeFlashback tells his story]] to the terminally paranoid King, [[MagicalRealism things turn out]] [[RashomonPlot not to be as]] [[GambitPileup they seem]].
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Jet Li plays Wu Ming ("[[NoNameGiven Nameless]]"), ostensibly a minor official who claims to have vanquished three assassins out to kill the King (Broken Sword, Long Sky and Flying Snow) before he has a chance to declare himself Emperor. As he [[WholeEpisodeFlashback tells his story]] to the terminally paranoid King, [[MagicalRealism things turn out]] [[RashomonPlot [[RashomonStyle not to be as]] [[GambitPileup they seem]].

* HowWeGotHere: The King and Nameless have [[RashomonPlot differing explanations]].
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* HowWeGotHere: The King and Nameless have [[RashomonPlot [[RashomonStyle differing explanations]].

* RashomonPlot: The ''whole movie''. Different versions of the story are displayed in the form of [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience different-colored]] flashbacks.
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* RashomonPlot: RashomonStyle: The ''whole movie''. Different versions of the story are displayed in the form of [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience different-colored]] flashbacks.
22nd Dec '15 11:18:33 PM spirasen
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* ColorMotif: The various re-tellings of the story come in [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color codes]]:
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* ColorMotif: The various re-tellings of the story come in [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience color codes]]:

* RashomonPlot: The ''whole movie''. Different versions of the story are displayed in the form of [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience different-colored]] flashbacks.
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* RashomonPlot: The ''whole movie''. Different versions of the story are displayed in the form of [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience different-colored]] flashbacks.
22nd Dec '15 11:14:43 PM spirasen
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::''This is about the 2002 Chinese movie. For the 1992 movie released in America as ''Hero'', see ''Film/AccidentalHero''. For other uses of "hero", see {{Hero}}.'' ''Hero'' is a {{Wuxia}} film directed by Creator/ZhangYimou and released in 2002. Starring Creator/JetLi, Creator/MaggieCheung, Creator/ZhangZiyi, Creator/TonyLeung and Creator/DonnieYen, it is set in the troubled transitional period between the Warring Kingdoms and the Qin Dynasty, when the ruthlessly despotic [[QinShiHuangdi King of Qin]] was in the process of annexing the other kingdoms of China and incorporating them wholesale into his own. Jet Li plays Wu Ming ("[[NoNameGiven Nameless]]"), ostensibly a minor official who claims to have vanquished three assassins out to kill the King (Broken Sword, Long Sky and Flying Snow) before he has a chance to declare himself Emperor. As he [[WholeEpisodeFlashback tells his story]] to the terminally paranoid King, [[MagicalRealism things turn out]] [[RashomonPlot not to be as]] [[GambitPileup they seem]].
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::''This is about the 2002 Chinese movie. For the 1992 movie released in America as ''Hero'', see ''Film/AccidentalHero''. For other uses of "hero", "hero," see {{Hero}}.'' ''Hero'' is a {{Wuxia}} film directed by Creator/ZhangYimou and released in 2002. Starring Creator/JetLi, Creator/MaggieCheung, Creator/ZhangZiyi, Creator/TonyLeung and Creator/DonnieYen, it is set in the troubled transitional period between the Warring Kingdoms and the Qin Dynasty, when the ruthlessly despotic [[QinShiHuangdi [[UsefulNotes/QinShiHuangdi King of Qin]] was in the process of annexing the other kingdoms of China UsefulNotes/{{China}} and incorporating them wholesale into his own. Jet Li plays Wu Ming ("[[NoNameGiven Nameless]]"), ostensibly a minor official who claims to have vanquished three assassins out to kill the King (Broken Sword, Long Sky and Flying Snow) before he has a chance to declare himself Emperor. As he [[WholeEpisodeFlashback tells his story]] to the terminally paranoid King, [[MagicalRealism things turn out]] [[RashomonPlot not to be as]] [[GambitPileup they seem]]. seem]].

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* AnachronismStew: In the North American promotional poster, the sword held by Nameless was [[http://www.impawards.com/2004/hero.html replaced]] by a Japanese katana. Katanas were invented around 1600 years after the period in which this film is set.
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* AnachronismStew: In the North American promotional poster, the sword held by Nameless was [[http://www.impawards.com/2004/hero.html replaced]] by a Japanese katana. Katanas were invented around 1600 years after the period in which this film is set.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: While the King is not as good as the four assassins, he gives Broken Sword more of a fight than his entire army. However, Nameless averts this: while he is the second-strongest swordsman in the film (only surpassed by Broken Sword), he is only a lowly prefect.
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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: While the King is not as good as the four assassins, he gives Broken Sword more of a fight than his entire army. However, Nameless averts this: while While he is the second-strongest second strongest swordsman in the film (only surpassed by Broken Sword), he is only a lowly prefect.

* BodyguardingABadass: Two assassins assault the imperial palace, cutting through a small army to do so. When they reach the King, the weaker of the two stays behind to hold off the whole army alone, while the other goes in to duel the King in single combat. "The Imperial Guard are not worthy of mention", indeed.
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* BodyguardingABadass: Two assassins assault the imperial palace, cutting through a small army to do so. When they reach the King, the weaker of the two stays behind to hold off the whole army alone, while the other goes in to duel the King in single combat. "The Imperial Guard are not worthy of mention", mention," indeed.

* ColorMotif: The various retellings of the story come in [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color codes]]: ** Black: Mystery ** Red: Deceit ** Blue: Romance ** Green: Memory ** White: Truth
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* ColorMotif: The various retellings re-tellings of the story come in [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color codes]]: ** Black: Mystery Mystery. ** Red: Deceit Deceit. ** Blue: Romance Romance. ** Green: Memory Memory. ** White: TruthTruth.

** There has been some criticism of the Miramax release of the film for its mistranslation of one of the central ideas in the film, "''tian xia''" (天下), which literally means "all under heaven". During the period in which this film is set, the ancient Chinese people believed that they were at the very center of the universe; the Mandarin term for China is "''zhong guo''" (中国), meaning "central realm", as many believed the region to be between heaven and hell (much like the Germanic Midgard). With that in mind, [[spoiler:Broken Sword begs Nameless that the King of Qin be allowed to succeed]], because the peace he will bring will benefit not just China, but everyone around them (metaphorically) -- "all under heaven" (literally). In this case, the term should be interpreted metaphorically. But as the average American viewer is probably unaware of China's self-conception, mistranslating "''tian xia''" as "our land" is a simple way to avoid having to explain it. ** During his fight with Long Sky, Nameless addresses the old blind musician as "sir" in the Miramax translation, while on the import [=DVDs=], Nameless calls him "old man". Actually, Nameless said "''lao xiansheng''" (老先生), which means something along the lines of "old gentleman". "''Lao''" means old, and "''xiansheng''" is a polite way of addressing men, similar to "sir" or "mister" in English.
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** There has been some criticism of the Miramax [[Creator/MiramaxFilms Miramax]] release of the film for its mistranslation of one of the central ideas in the film, "''tian xia''" (天下), which literally means "all under heaven". heaven." During the period in which this film is set, the ancient Chinese people believed that they were at the very center of the universe; the Mandarin term for China is "''zhong guo''" (中国), meaning "central realm", realm," as many believed the region to be between heaven and hell (much like the Germanic Midgard). With that in mind, [[spoiler:Broken [[spoiler: Broken Sword begs Nameless that the King of Qin be allowed to succeed]], because the peace he will bring will benefit not just China, but everyone around them (metaphorically) -- "all under heaven" (literally). In this case, the term should be interpreted metaphorically. But as the average American viewer is probably unaware of China's self-conception, mistranslating "''tian xia''" as "our land" is a simple way to avoid having to explain it. ** During his fight with Long Sky, Nameless addresses the old blind musician as "sir" in the Miramax translation, while on the import [=DVDs=], Nameless calls him "old man". man." Actually, Nameless said "''lao xiansheng''" (老先生), which means something along the lines of "old gentleman". gentleman." "''Lao''" means old, and "''xiansheng''" is a polite way of addressing men, similar to "sir" or "mister" in English.

** In the English versions of the film, once it was revealed that [[spoiler:Nameless can non-fatally stab people so that they look like they are slain, we never go back and find out [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse what happened to Long Sky]], who isn't dead and has recovered from his wounds. In the original Chinese version, the closing sequence reveals that Sky decided to abandon martial arts in honor of the way Nameless and Broken Sword gave their lives]].
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** In the English versions of the film, once it was revealed that [[spoiler:Nameless [[spoiler: Nameless can non-fatally stab people so that they look like they are slain, we never go back and find out [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse what happened to Long Sky]], who isn't dead and has recovered from his wounds. In the original Chinese version, the closing sequence reveals that Sky decided to abandon martial arts in honor of the way Nameless and Broken Sword gave their lives]].

* DelayedCausality: During the demonstration of "death within ten paces", Nameless cuts up all the bookshelves in a single move. Naturally, the bookshelves don't actually fall apart until a few seconds after he's returned to the center of the room. * DualWielding: Fading Moon
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* DelayedCausality: During the demonstration of "death within ten paces", paces," Nameless cuts up all the bookshelves in a single move. Naturally, the bookshelves don't actually fall apart until a few seconds after he's returned to the center of the room. * DualWielding: Fading MoonMoon.

* TheEmpire: Qin, pronounced "chin", a.k.a. the future '''Chin'''-a[[note]]The King of Qin had wanted to live forever. He couldn't, but he has survived in one way. The word "Qin", pronounced "chin", had given us the word "China". In a way, the First Emperor's name will never die[[/note]]. The usual depicition of an empire as evil is subverted as the new Empire of China being forged by QinShiHuangDi is depicted as a potentially positive force that can bring order and peace to the people of China, provided that the Emperor can be induced to provide the right kind of leadership. It is implied that he did.
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* TheEmpire: Qin, pronounced "chin", "chin," a.k.a. the future '''Chin'''-a[[note]]The '''Chin'''-a [[note]]The King of Qin had wanted to live forever. He couldn't, but he has survived in one way. The word "Qin", "Qin," pronounced "chin", "chin," had given us the word "China". "China." In a way, the First Emperor's name will never die[[/note]]. The usual depicition depiction of an empire as evil is subverted as the new Empire of China being forged by QinShiHuangDi UsefulNotes/QinShiHuangDi is depicted as a potentially positive force that can bring order and peace to the people of China, provided that the Emperor can be induced to provide the right kind of leadership. It is implied that he did.

* EvilOverlord: Subverted. The King of Qin is initially presented as an evil overlord, but Broken Sword argues that in unifying China, the King has actually done a great service to the people. Still, the King needs a lesson in humanity to earn his subject's loyalty. The film was criticized in some circles for being overly kind to the King.
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* EvilOverlord: Subverted. The King of Qin is initially presented as an evil overlord, but Broken Sword argues that in unifying China, the King has actually done a great service to the people. Still, the King needs a lesson in humanity to earn his subject's subjects' loyalty. The film was criticized in some circles for being overly kind to the King.

** When Nameless tells the King about his visit to Broken Sword's calligraphy school, he mentions that there are a surprising number of variations of the calligraphic character for "sword". The King comments that this variation in language causes far too much confusion, and that it would be much better if the kingdoms of China shared a common language. [[spoiler: In the end, Nameless submits to the King specifically because he knows that his efforts will ultimately unify China and bring peace between the kingdoms. Indeed, standardizing the written Chinese language is one of the key achievements by Qin Shi Huang that is specifically referenced at the end of the movie]]. ** During the green "memory" scenes: [[spoiler:"The truth of calligraphy has to be intuitively grasped. It is the same with swordsmanship. Both seek to return to a state of simplicity. Gradually, I began to understand."]]
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** When Nameless tells the King about his visit to Broken Sword's calligraphy school, he mentions that there are a surprising number of variations of the calligraphic character for "sword". "sword." The King comments that this variation in language causes far too much confusion, and that it would be much better if the kingdoms of China shared a common language. [[spoiler: In the end, Nameless submits to the King specifically because he knows that his efforts will ultimately unify China and bring peace between the kingdoms. Indeed, standardizing the written Chinese language is one of the key achievements by Qin Shi Huang that is specifically referenced at the end of the movie]]. ** During the green "memory" scenes: [[spoiler:"The [[spoiler: "The truth of calligraphy has to be intuitively grasped. It is the same with swordsmanship. Both seek to return to a state of simplicity. Gradually, I began to understand."]]

--> "In any war there are heroes on both sides..."
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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Nameless and Broken Sword.]]
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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Nameless [[spoiler: Nameless and Broken Sword.]]

** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qin_Shi_Huang The King]]. Even the most idealistic interpretation of the movie cannot drag him entirely free of the gravitational pull of the MoralEventHorizon that he crossed in real life. To its credit, it doesn't really try. ** Nameless. The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jing_Ke actual assassin]] that Nameless is based on merely used deception to get into the throne room, then drew a hidden, poisoned dagger and chased the King around the throne room until the King was able to draw his sword and stab him. * HobbesWasRight: The Leviathan, specifically in the form of the new Chinese Empire being created by TheConqueror QinShiHuangdi is depicted as the best hope for the Chinese people because of the order and peace that it will bring.
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** [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qin_Shi_Huang The King]]. Even the most idealistic interpretation of the movie cannot drag him entirely free of the gravitational pull of the MoralEventHorizon that he crossed in real life. To its credit, it doesn't really try. ** Nameless. The [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jing_Ke actual assassin]] that Nameless is based on merely used deception to get into the throne room, then drew a hidden, poisoned dagger and chased the King around the throne room until the King was able to draw his sword and stab him. * HobbesWasRight: The Leviathan, specifically in the form of the new Chinese Empire being created by TheConqueror QinShiHuangdi UsefulNotes/QinShiHuangdi is depicted as the best hope for the Chinese people because of the order and peace that it will bring.

* InterfaceSpoiler: The english subtitles sort of lessen the visual shock of the fact that [[spoiler:Nameless spared the King]] since his whole sentence appears subbed all at once, while ignoring the pause that he put into his sentence that sets up the big reveal. * KillEmAll: [[spoiler:All three protagonists are dead at the end.]]
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* InterfaceSpoiler: The english English subtitles sort of lessen the visual shock of the fact that [[spoiler:Nameless [[spoiler: Nameless spared the King]] since his whole sentence appears subbed all at once, while ignoring the pause that he put into his sentence that sets up the big reveal. * KillEmAll: [[spoiler:All [[spoiler: All three protagonists are dead at the end.]]

* NoNameGiven: Nameless was orphaned at a young age and was never given a name. As a result, people just call him Nameless. * NotSoDifferent: The King and Broken Sword. [[spoiler:Demonstrated when the King can interpret Broken Sword's calligraphy while Nameless cannot.]] * ObiWanMoment: [[spoiler:Nameless.]]
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* NoNameGiven: Nameless was orphaned at a young age and was never given a name. As a result, people just call him Nameless. "Nameless." * NotSoDifferent: The King and Broken Sword. [[spoiler:Demonstrated [[spoiler: Demonstrated when the King can interpret Broken Sword's calligraphy while Nameless cannot.]] * ObiWanMoment: [[spoiler:Nameless.[[spoiler: Nameless.]]

* TheReveal: Midway through the film, [[spoiler:we learn that Nameless was lying about his entire story, and that he's in league with the assassins. The King then narrates what he think happened, and then Nameless proceeds to describe what ''actually'' happened.]]
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* TheReveal: Midway through the film, [[spoiler:we [[spoiler: we learn that Nameless was lying about his entire story, and that he's in league with the assassins. The King then narrates what he think happened, and then Nameless proceeds to describe what ''actually'' happened.]]

* ShownTheirWork: When the King learns that there are [[UsefulNotes/ChineseDialectsAndAccents 19 different ways]] to write the word "sword", he comments that this is bothersome and he should do something about it. Which he did.
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* ShownTheirWork: When the King learns that there are [[UsefulNotes/ChineseDialectsAndAccents 19 different ways]] to write the word "sword", "sword," he comments that this is bothersome and he should do something about it. Which he did.

* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler:Broken Sword and Flying Snow.]]
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* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler:Broken [[spoiler: Broken Sword and Flying Snow.]]

* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: [[spoiler:Broken Sword's argument is that a peaceful, united China is worth the bloodshed and conquest that brings it together]].
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* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: [[spoiler:Broken [[spoiler: Broken Sword's argument is that a peaceful, united China is worth the bloodshed and conquest that brings it together]].

* WorthyOpponent: [[spoiler:The King of Qin recognizes Nameless as this when his assassination attempt fails]]. Sky to the marshals attempting to arrest him; they are willing to let him walk off after he defeats them and spares their lives.
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* WorthyOpponent: [[spoiler:The [[spoiler: The King of Qin recognizes Nameless as this when his assassination attempt fails]]. Sky to the marshals attempting to arrest him; they are willing to let him walk off after he defeats them and spares their lives.

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24th Nov '15 12:42:42 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ArrowCam
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* ArrowCamArrowCam: Used to follow an arrow flying into the calligraphy school.

* CentralTheme: "One person's pain is nothing, when compared to the suffering of all." In other words, [[spoiler: uniting a collection of warring kingdoms does far more good than getting revenge on your homeland's enemy. Sometimes, submitting to a hated foe is ultimately for the best]].
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* CentralTheme: "One person's pain is nothing, nothing when compared to the suffering of all." In other words, [[spoiler: uniting a collection of warring kingdoms does far more good than getting revenge on your homeland's enemy. Sometimes, submitting to a hated foe is ultimately for the best]].

** Broken Sword and Flying Snow use the aliases Highcliff and Springbrook, respectively, while hiding in the calligraphy school. However, there is no mention of this in the english dub or Miramax english subtitles.
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** Broken Sword and Flying Snow use the aliases Highcliff and Springbrook, respectively, while hiding in the calligraphy school. However, there is no mention of this in the english English dub or Miramax english English subtitles.

** In the english versions of the film, once it was revealed that [[spoiler:Nameless can non-fatally stab people so that they look like they are slain, we never go back and find out [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse what happened to Long Sky]], who isn't dead and has recovered from his wounds. In the original Chinese version, the closing sequence reveals that Sky decided to abandon martial arts in honor of the way Nameless and Broken Sword gave their lives]].
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** In the english English versions of the film, once it was revealed that [[spoiler:Nameless can non-fatally stab people so that they look like they are slain, we never go back and find out [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse what happened to Long Sky]], who isn't dead and has recovered from his wounds. In the original Chinese version, the closing sequence reveals that Sky decided to abandon martial arts in honor of the way Nameless and Broken Sword gave their lives]].

** [[spoiler: Perhaps subverted, as Nameless was clearly shown at the beginning to still have a [[KillingIntent strong desire to kill the King]], which the [[LieDetector King's candles]] managed to detect. Later, the candles detected that Nameless was now uncertain about his decision to kill the King. Finally, Nameless decided to abandon the assassination, as he decided that the unity of China does far more good than revenge]].

** When arrows are raining down on the calligraphy school, one student [[BoomHeadshot took an arrow to the head]] and died instantly.
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** When arrows are raining down on the calligraphy school, one student [[BoomHeadshot took takes an arrow to the head]] and died instantly.

* [[HighlyVisibleNinja Highly Visible Assassin:]] Broken Sword and Flying Snow are so powerful that they simply carve though the King's entire royal guard and walk right into his throne room, rather than make any pretense of secrecy, as one would normally expect from an assassin.
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* [[HighlyVisibleNinja Highly Visible Assassin:]] HighlyVisibleNinja: Chinese assassins in this case. Broken Sword and Flying Snow are so powerful that they simply carve though the King's entire royal guard and walk right into his throne room, rather than make any pretense of secrecy, as one would normally expect from an assassin.

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* [[HighlyVisibleNinja Highly Visible Assassin:]] SavingTheWorldWithArt: Broken Sword and Flying Snow are so powerful that they simply carve though achieves enlightenment through his calligraphy, which in turn inspires the King's entire royal guard and walk right into his throne room, rather than make any pretense of secrecy, as one would normally expect from an assassin.AntiVillain Emperor in the end.
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