• February 08, 2012
    By Peter Keough

    Though he died three decades ago at the age of 32, Bruce Lee not only helped establish the martial arts genre, he also opened Western eyes to the accomplishments of Hong Kong and other Asian film industries, and as a result vastly enriched cinema as a whole. Pete McCormack's documentary I Am Bruce Lee profiles and pays tribute to this iconic figure; it includes rare archival footage and interviews with those he inspired, ranging from Kobe Bryant to Gina Carano.

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