Back in 1975, Brazilian film maker Adriano Stuart decided it was time to make his masterpiece: Kung Fu Contra as Bonecas. Apparently, this loosely translates as Bruce Lee vs. Gay Power, which, of course, was clearly destined to bring us some of the more bizarrely epic fight sequences in “Bruceploitation” history.
Unfortunately, I don’t speak Portuguese. Well, I actually do know a few words and phrases: “cerveja,” “por favor,” “obrigado,” “de nada,” “amo-te,” “Eu quero fazer amor contigo,” “saudade.” Stuff like that — and typically in a similar sequence — but that’s about it.
That said, I won’t be much help with any translations here, but — given that being able to comprehend any of the dialogue may or may not cause your head to explode — that’s probably a good thing.
Make the jump if you’re interested in braving even more classic moving images from Bruce Lee vs. Gay Power. I’m not entirely sure where the “Gay Power” element comes in, but then I don’t think that’s particularly important — nor even remotely relevant — to achieving a fundamental understanding of the film’s underlying message…