«It’s So Powerful»: Live-Action ATLA’s «Leave From The Vine» Addressed By Uncle Iroh Actor

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Paul Sun-Hyung Lee addresses Netflix’s live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender incorporating a powerful season 2 moment into an emotional flashback.

"It's So Powerful": Live-Action ATLA's "Leave From The Vine" Addressed By Uncle Iroh Actor

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  • Paul Sun-Hyung Lee discusses emotional Uncle Iroh moment in Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender episode 4 "Into The Dark."
  • Lee praises impactful use of "Leaves From The Vine" in Lu Ten's funeral scene, highlighting Dallas Liu's powerful performance.
  • Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender now available on streaming service, based on popular Nickelodeon animated series.


Paul Sun-Hyung Lee opens up about Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender episode 4, which incorporated a powerful Uncle Iroh moment from the animated series. The actor portrays Iroh, uncle to Dallas Liu's Prince Zuko, and celebrated general of the Fire Nation's Earth Kingdom campaigns in the Hundred Year War. Despite his status, episode 4 "Into The Dark" saw a captured Iroh look back on a heartbreaking loss that changed his life forever.

When speaking to TheWrap about season 1 of Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender adaptation, Lee was asked about the use of "Leaves From The Vine" during Lu Ten's funeral. While there was no talk of Iroh singing the song, Lee praised the scene for its powerful impact, highlighting Lui's performances during the flashback sequences. Check out Lee's response below:

There wasn’t to my knowledge. That happens in Book Two. ‘Tales of Ba Sing Se,’ which is an anthology series. I honestly don’t know if I could sing that song without crying. It’s very moving. But you’ll notice in Episode 4, when they are doing the flashback to Lu Ten’s funeral in a scene as beautifully played by Dallas, the composer has layered in the instrumental notes. They’re just layered in and it’s so powerful. I love that during that scene and at the very end as well when they’re about to leave the fire nation after being exiled & the two of them on the deck of Zuko’s ship, conversing about home. I love that performance from Dallas. I think I do an okay job. But I think the music really sort of puts the feather in the cap on that and really moves people to emotions.

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Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender is now available through the streaming service.

Source: TheWrap

Cast Gordon Cormier , Dallas Liu , Kiawentiio , Ian Ousley , Daniel Dae Kim , Paul Sun-Hyung Lee Release Date February 22, 2024 Seasons 1 Franchise(s) Avatar: The Last Airbender Writers Albert Kim , michael dante dimartino , bryan konietzko Directors Michael Goi , Roseanne Liang , Jabbar Raisani , Jet Wilkinson Creator(s) Albert Kim Where To Watch Netflix

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