Kung Fu Hustle is a good example of a successful transnational movie. This movie gives a unique standpoint of the culture of Hong Kong and encompasses other cultural ideologies from around the world. Stephen Chow directed this movie. This movie was originally filmed in Hong Kong and the language used in the movie is Cantonese and Mandarin. Owing to its popularity and mass appeal it forayed into Hollywood. They were able to garner a lot of profits for this movie in the world arena. This movie has embodied the culture and significance of the Chinese people and also given their unique perspective of the west (Klein, 2007). This movie had also garnered a number of awards and acclamations. The ideologies and ethnicity of the Hong Kong people has been effectively portrayed in this movie. This movie was welcomed around the world. This is a typical example of the acceptance of the people around the world for entertaining good cinema. This movie embodies different complexities and standpoints that are worth exploring. There are many levels in which transnational production and ethnicity has been studied in the article of Klein (2007). The author basically presents the representational styles and ethnic choices that have gone into making the movie. In addition the author also critically discusses how ethnicity in a movie production will need to be sold off to others by means of incorporating similar minded resources. The distribution of movies will be aided by people who understand that such cultural productions sell in target segments.