Bleeding Steel

Synopsis: A special force agent is assigned to protect a scientist and his creation from a sinister gang.
Director(s): Leo Zhang
Production: Lionsgate Premiere
Rotten Tomatoes:
109 min



Excuse me?

What did you say?

-Sorry, I can't really understand you.

-I don't speak Chinglish.

That's good one.


Have you had a nose job?


-I'm sorry.

-No more, no more.

Back off! Back off!

Let it go. Enough, let it go.

-Back it off, girl.

-It's ok, drop it.

Get back, get back,

nothing to see

That was a hell of a punch.

You're a credit to us Chinese.

-And you know I helped, right?


Well I have to go now.

I'm Leeson, what's your name?



Are you ok?

Did you have another nightmare?

-Drink something.

-Thank you.

Did I wake you again?

I'm sorry.

Ever since I changed doctors,

the nightmares have gotten worse.

Because that's not a doctor.

She's a witch.

She's not like a real witch.

She's more like a guide

or a spiritualist or something.

OK, whatever she is

the dreams are getting worse and clearer.

You have them every night.

I can't take it any more.

I've lost my weight.

and I can't sleep.

Please, Nancy,

stop going to the witch,

or get her to fix it.


-look over.


What's you name?

Come on, baby.

I've been waiting for you for ages.

How've you been?

-The nightmares are more frequent and more vivid.

I feel like I become someone else in my dreams.

It takes time to heal.

This is stress, my dear.

Figments of your imagination.

Nothing more.

But every bit of it feels so real.

Like I've been there,

and I know all those people.

As if

they are leading me,

pushing me to find something.

Don't think too much.





Doctor, the subject is rejecting multiple organs.

They are failing.

I think we gonna have to give up on this one.

-Nancy! No...

-Help me!

Please don't kill me.


-Don't kill me.

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