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Hope BC Did a Rambo Bridge Final Take As New Movie 'Life For Mile' Shapes Up

2011-07-19 91 5 35,537 YouTube

Life For Mile Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/195327163836612 The day after the Rambo Bridge Final Take event has taken place on July 10, 2011, a demolition crew started to take down the bridge. Piece by piece this iconic Kawkawa Bridge as it was known to locals will be gone. So will a part of Hollywood history that lasted almost 30 years. None of the original Rambo First Blood actors such as Sylvester Stallone, Brian Dennehey and dozens of others didn't bother to show up to lend show, except Stephen Chang, the BC actor who played VC Commander in the movie. So all is not lost though. And Stephen Chang has a new movie in the works - Life For Mile. It is a movie about the Chinese and native Indians building the transcontinental railway that united Canada as a nation in the 1880s. Life For Mile will be out in 2012. Life For Mile is based on a true story and a real-life character, Ming, a Chinese railroad worker who used Kung Fu to unite with the aboriginals. Together they fight discrimination and ultimately restored some degree of dignity for themselves. Life For Mile is executive produced by Stephen Chang and he will act in the title role. The movie is also produced by Ray Van Eng who collaborated with Chang on the script. [Video Producer: Ray Van Eng. www.vancouver21.com ] Music by Kevin MacLeod www.incompetech.com