Game of Death
The Game of Death is an incomplete 1973 Hong Kong martial arts film directed, written, produced and starring Lee in his final film venture. Lee died while making the film. quite 100 minutes of filming were filmed before he died, a number of which were later mistakenly placed in Golden Harvest archives. [Citation needed] The remaining scenes are released with Lee’s original Cantonese and English dialogue, as a part of the documentary Bruce Lee: A Warriors Journey with John Little Lee’s Hi Teen character. Most of the scenes filmed need to be the climax of the film.
During the filming, Lee had the chance to star in Enter the Dragon, the primary Kung Fu film made by a Hollywood studio (Warner Bros.), and with an unprecedented allow the genre (50,000 850,000). Lee died of spastic paralysis before the film came out. He was already getting to resume filming Game of Death when he died.
After Lee died, Enter the Dragon director Robert Klaus was listed to finish the film using two stand-ins; it had been published by Golden Harvest in 1978, five years after Lee died.
Lee plays the role of retired champion martial artist Ha Tian, who is confronted by Korean underworld gangs. The story of a pagoda banned by guns and anything that holds it to its highest level (not identified with any of the remains) is heavily guarded by highly skilled martial artists. The gang boss wants Hai to be a part of a gaggle whose mission is to retrieve the said item. they’re going to be the second group to aim to try to to so because the primary attempt with the previous group failed. When Hai refuses, his sister and brother are kidnapped, forcing him to participate. Hi, and 4 more martial artists (two of them played by Dean and Sei Yuan), then face a special challenge at each site, fighting the five-level pagoda. The structure of the pagoda was within the Pepjusa Temple in South Korea’s Chongnisan park .
The pagoda, also referred to as balsang-jan, is that the only wood pagoda remaining in South Korea . At the foot of the pagoda they fight 10 men, all black belts in karate. While inside the pagoda, they encounter different enemies on each site, each tougher than the last. Although his allies attempt to help, they’re easily defeated, and each martial artist has got to face one another with hi. He defeated Philippine Eskrima master Don Innocento, Korean hapkido master Ji Han-jae, and eventually Karim Abdul-Jabar, who struggles with a free and fluid style that mirrors Lee’s Jeet Kune Do. Since Abdul-Jaber’s character has great size and strength additionally to Lee’s powerful fighting style, he can only be defeated once Hi realizes that his unusually high sensitivity to light is his biggest weakness. 
Soon after defeating the enormous defender, Hai rotated , stepped off the staircase and exited the pagoda. Although there’s talk about waiting on the (now unsafe) stairs, there’s no mention of anyone rising to retrieve it. the remainder of the knowledge doesn’t explain how this affects the hi or captive siblings. 
Although there have been alleged to be five sites within the pagoda, the complete scenes were filmed for less than three sites: the “Temple of the Tiger” facing Lee Innocento; “Temple of the Dragon,” where he fought with Ji Han-jae; the ultimate site he fought with Kareem Abdul-Jaber was the “Temple of the Unknown.” Hapkido master Hwang In-shik was chosen because the ground floor protector, master of the gig-based style, while Bruce’s longtime student and good friend Taki Kimura was asked to play the second floor guard, a stylist praying mantid Kung Fu .
The goal of the film’s storyline was to precise Lee’s beliefs about the principles of martial arts. As every martial artist is defeated (including Lee’s allies), flaws in their fighting style emerge. Some, just like the character of Don Innocento, rely heavily on standard offensive and defensive techniques, while others lack the economics of movement. Lee defeats his opponents with a fighting style that mixes fluid movement, unpredictability and a selective combination of techniques. His dialogue often includes comments on their weaknesses.