"Under the sky, under the heavens, there is but one family". A look into the prejudice Bruce faced in his career, and the barriers he broke throughout his life.
Pictured: Bruce Lee and James Coburn in India, location scouting for "The Silent Flute", a project that never saw the light of day.
The "Pierre Berton Show" (1971): Bruce discusses being a Chinese hero in a US TV show, & if the political landscape at the time helped his chances of success, and the ability to share Chinese culture with Western audiences.
"No Dogs and Chinese Allowed." Scenes from Fist of Fury, 1972 - arguably Bruce's most politically charged film.
The "Pierre Berton Show" (1971): In response to Pierre's question on how Bruce Lee see's himself, Bruce delivers one of his most famous lines of all time.
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