Originally Posted by spideymouse
This is a really interesting thought. However, whenever you involve superhuman abilities in a story, your audience might not be expecting a drama or comedy without any action or fighting. You can make a really engaging and interesting story about acceptance and identity, but it could be a hard sell for studio execs.
Also, why isn't this thread in an X-Men subforum?
Yeah, which is why throughout the movie she'll be facing a stalker who risks outing her and then some mutant terrorists who want to force her to take their side.
The swordsmanship's first achievement is the unity of man and sword. Once this unity is attained even a blade of grass can be a weapon.
The second achievement is when the sword exists in one's heart. When absent from one's hand one can strike an enemy at paces
even with bare hands.
Swordsmanship's ultimate achievement is the absence of the sword in both hand and heart. The swordsman is at peace with the rest of the world. He vows not to kill.