WHY? Well, what i wasnt expecting from a 2004 dvd, teaching training of the Nunchaku's, was 'super 8mm film' - in black & white no less - that was harder to make out than a Harold Lloyd/Charlie Chaplin movie..and equally as silent...but at least Harold/Charlie had the decency to include 'captions'!? What on earth were the dvd makers thinking? Well, I'll tell you my thoughts..... judging by the fact theyve used the 'still' photo of the great (Nunchaku) legend himself - Bruce Lee - from Enter The Dragon, you think 'Cor, Brill, this has GOT to be an excellent training dvd. WRONG!! What you actually get (I cant say SEE!?) is the 1920's-type 8mm, b&w film of someone you can hardly make out, flailing some Nunchaku's around (they could be Sausages for all i know??!). Then it goes onto some poorly, home-made-video-type Nunchaku-kata competititon, with little else on there to get even remotely interested in, never mind excited about. I didnt even want to give this ANY stars, but Amazon wouldnt let me submit this w/out giving the least, = 1 Theres definately no TEACHING element here whatsoever! Very poor indeed.... DO NOT BUY IT!!! Try and seek out proper dvd's, by the true masters - Dan Inasanto, Tadashi Yamashita, etc..if they exist?! If there was any justice in the world, Bruce would spirit himself here, and 1-inch punch these dvd's for cheesily stepping on his legendary reputation!
Very little in the way of instruction, just a bloke in badly filmed effort using Nunchaku, and some blokes at a completion using them, no step by step instruction if you can learn just by watching fine, if you need verbal instructions then avoid.
Parts of dvd mainly the old black and white grainy bits have no sound or explanation of anything. Extremely disappointed. Would not recommend. Very poor. The only words that describe this dvd are not suitable to put on here. Stay clear of this joke dvd. Appalling.