"Pulp Fiction" director Quentin Tarantino and "He Man" knucklehead Dolph Lundgren are top lining a mega budget historical family drama.
"Me So Solly" features Lundgren as a Chinese man in the late 19th century who embarks on a journey across the pacific ocean to make a better life for himself and his young daughter, played by Tarantino, in San Francisco.
"It's a kick ass picture with lots of emotion and huge vistas of America's pacific coast. Dolph learned to speak mandarin especially for the part. I wear a frilly bonnet and skirt. It's da sh*t, aieee", enthused the banana chinned Tarantino, who is leaving the directing duties to veteran "Taxi Driver" scribe Paul Schrader.
The film is co-produced by Dreamworks and the Chinese Communist Party.