Young People - Chang Cheh (1972)
Mandarin | Subtitle: English | 1:58:12 | 688 x 288 NTSC | DiVX | MP3 – 122 kbps | 1150 MB
YOUNG PEOPLE (1972) is easily the most unusual film I've yet seen from either Chang Cheh or the Shaw Bros. studio. It features three of the studio's top kung fu stars, David Chiang, Ti Lung and Chen Kuan Tai (who would all team up again with Chang Cheh the following year for the swordplay classic, BLOOD BROTHERS), yet it's set at a contemporary Hong Kong college campus and details the activities of a large group of students as they prepare for a set of competitions and 10th Anniversary festivals. One group, led by David Chiang, prepares some musical entertainment. One group, led by Ti Lung, plays basketball. And the third group, led by Chen Kuan Tai, practices kung fu. In the midst of it all, the three stars decide to participate in a go-kart race.