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What does HOFD stand for?

HOFD stands for House of Flying Daggers (movie)

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10PM SMMG hOuse OF FLYING DAGGERS sky Movies Modern Greats 10PM Fearless blind girl Zhang Ziyi (above) plays Tang Dynasty spy games.
Chinese film director whose films include House of Flying Daggers and Red Sorghum.
Byline: Jade Wright SET in the 19th century, House of Flying Daggers focuses on a struggle for power between military forces and a rebel army.
CURSE OF THE GOLDEN FLOWER (15) FOLLOWING hot on the heels of Hero and House of Flying Daggers, director Zhang Yimou's latest martial arts epic is another opulent affair, dripping in fine silks and breathtaking colour, with equally astounding fight sequences.
Byline: bacon I DON'T know if you've seen the modern Chinese martial arts epics Hero (all the critics love it, but I found it a bit boring) or House Of Flying Daggers (brilliant), but this is more of the same - not a great surprise considering the man who directed it also made, er, Hero and House Of Flying Daggers.
Stefan Parkes from Glendower Road, Perry Barr has proved a hit at the art of Wushu, a balletic form of Kung Fu made famous in films such as House of Flying Daggers.