Year of the Dragon. David Mansfield

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Using unprecedented degrees of violence, young Joey Tai (John Lone) becomes the head of Chinese mafia in Ne...
Using unprecedented degrees of violence, young Joey Tai (John Lone) becomes the head of Chinese mafia in New York and undisputed leader of the Chinese community. Stanley White (Mickey Rourke), the most decorated cop in New York, who hates Asian people since his service in Vietnam, is put in charge of Chinatown. Both men are prone to breaking long-established rules and both men are unlikely to make compromises with each other, which leads to unavoidable and bloody conflict. In the meantime, Stanley fall in love with the journalist Tracy Tzu (Ariane). Son of classical musicians and formally trained as a violinist, David Mansfield was first signed by the legendary Mary Martin, at sixteen, to Warner Bros. At age 18, David joined Bob Dylan's band for four years, starting with the "Rolling Thunder Revue". David's first film score was for the notorious epic "Heaven's Gate". It led to a four-film collaboration with director Michael Cimino, which resulted in a Golden Globe nomination for his score for the Oliver Stone-penned "Year Of The Dragon", that he implemented with both symphonic and electronic elements, this score truly defines the depth of this film and his career, because this soundtrack is a forgotten masterpiece
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