Lead cast members Aarif Lee and Christy Chung promote the premiere of the film "Bruce Lee, My Brother" in Hong Kong on Thursday, November 11, 2010. Actress Shu Qi was also in attendance. [Photo: Tungstar/ent.sina.com.cn]
"Bruce Lee, My Brother", the most recent film paying tribute to the legendary action star, premiered Thursday, November 11, 2010 in Hong Kong with lead actor Aarif Lee in attendance.
Aarif's portrayal of Bruce Lee focuses on his pre-glory years.
The film is inspired by a memoir written by Bruce Lee's younger brother Robert.
Tony Leung Ka-Fai and Christy Chung play Bruce Lee's parents.
The film will open in local cinemas on November 25, two days before what would have been Bruce Lee's 70th birthday.
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