The film's official score is composed by Wu Wen. The pensive music was recorded by backup singer, Fei Xiang, who provided vocals for the main movie theme song "Mountain" which combined modern and traditional Chinese music style. The cover of the score varies throughout the movie with the flutes being more prominent in the beginning where it fades out as the details become more complex and the main theme emerges.
The success of Celebrity King led the production company to sign a more lucrative co-production deal with Central Film Company (Under the original agreement with Central Film, Yuen will direct one of the production company's projects. The production company will be entitled to distribute the film worldwide. Filming for Women of Dignity commenced on August 28, 2008. The film completed its production on January 21, 2009. Unlike the majority of Central Film's films, it was made with a budget of $26 million, twice the size of The Vampire Chronicles (the budget of Suzhou River or Wu Xia or Starry Swallows). As a result, the production schedule was put in place to give Yuen Woo Ping the opportunity to direct his magnum opus, the 200-million dollar epic.
True Legend will take three years for its post-production, three years of coordination with the visual effects company, another three years of editing, and another three years of approval of a domestic theatrical run. Even when all the film has been finished, these various delays will continue.
True Legend is fuelled by nostalgia, yet in the end, it's a heart-wrenching glimpse at the Old Regime and a coming of age coming out of nowhere tale. However, in order to create the makings of an epic, cameos were used to save money. This film has different characters for every important element. Today's youth will certainly remember each of these characters. d2c66b5586