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Fortissimo flaunts ‘Swords’

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Hong Kong and Netherlands-based Fortissimo Films has initiated sales of Tsui Hark’s $18 million “Seven Swords,” clinching an all-rights deal with Italy’s biggest distrib, Medusa Films.

Pic is produced by Mandarin Films, which retains rights to Asia, and Nansun Shi’s Hong Kong-located Film Workshop.

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