A young man is being bullied by the neighborhood gang in the Swedish projects of Stockholm. But with the help of an alcoholic former martial arts champion he learns the art of Disco Kung Fu to better his situation.

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Credited cast:
Rafic Dalle ...
Mehmet
Binayi Osman ...
Tarek
Kjell Bergqvist ...
Willy 'Fastfoot' Nilsson
Jimmy Mitra ...
Ahmed
Elisa Ifergan ...
Amisha
Peter Engman ...
Perra
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Gorgeous girl
Kenton Alexander ...
Douglas
Johan Wahlström ...
Hibbe (voice)
Simon Byqvist ...
Mehmet as a child
Bryar Osman ...
Tarek as a child
Monica Lee ...
Kastby Kickers (as Monika Lee)
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Richard Estay ...
Kastby Kickers
Fredrik Lif ...
Kastby Kickers
Merdean Mirvez Gallinere ...
Kastby Kickers
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A young man is being bullied by the neighborhood gang in the Swedish projects of Stockholm. But with the help of an alcoholic former martial arts champion he learns the art of Disco Kung Fu to better his situation.

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27 January 2002 (Sweden)  »

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Funny, intriguing and well done
27 September 2002 | by (Malmö, Sweden) – See all my reviews

This short movie tells the story about a young guy who needs to learn kung-fu in order to stand up to a gang that is terrorizing him. He meets old kung-fu legend Wille "Fast-foot" Nilsson who teaches him the secret art of "Disco Kung-fu", the most lethal and dangerous of all kung-fu styles.

This is a parody and will give you a lot of laughs, Kjell Bergqvist plays excellently (as always) and the guy playing Mehmet is good too. I just loved the part when the two main characters dance the disco to learn kung-fu and then learn to speak out of sync with their own lip movements, because Bruce Lee did it.

Awesome! A Must See!


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