Several films make their television premieres this summer including "The Bride With White Hair II," to be shown along with the acclaimed original; and a spotlight on Jet Li in August, with six action-packed films including "Fist of Legend," "The Defender," and "Twin Warriors.
What does BWWH stand for?
BWWH stands for Bride with White Hair (Chinese film)
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Likewise, Wong's avant-garde action sequences (darting smears of frenzy and chaos, slowed down but not enough for the eye to fully register everything) in Fallen Angels and especially in Ashes of Time, 1992, bowl the uninitiated over, but they're really just minor refinements of the imagery of mainstream Hong Kong pictures like the science fiction Wicked City and the martial-arts fable The Bride with White Hair.
One of the best of this genre is The Bride with White Hair.