The 90's were the glory days for the Hong Kong Triads, an underground order that has stood the test of time, stemming from an offshoot of the Shaolin monks that fought as a resistance to overturn the government during the turn of the century. These gangs ruled the Hong Kong night for decades, through controlling prostitution, drug trades and illegal gambling. It was during the 90's when their lifestyle came under threat as the Hong Kong handover to China drew near... This is the story based on real events of a college graduate who chose a life of crime over a future of boundless potential to push the Triads through the tough times during the 90's into the new millennium.
Writer:Cheung Chung-Leong (screenplay), Chun Yu Kom (screenplay), Si-Cheun Lee (screenplay), Link Ling (screenplay), Leung Siu-lun (screenplay), Frankie Tam
3 childhood friends join the Hong Kong Triads only to discover that fame and fortune will ultimately break them apart as only one can become the leader of the gang. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rajesh M (de) wrote: Good one. Could have been better, but for the final quarter.
Talesha V (us) wrote: horrible!! stupid plot and horrible effects! all around despicable!
Richard L (de) wrote: A slow-moving documentary that weaves together a family bit by bit. A must-see if you are a Sarah Polley fan.
Paul D (ca) wrote: Michael Sheen plays Tony Blair for fun and is solid once again, more surprising is Dennis Quaid's strong outing as Bill Clinton.
Sharon S (jp) wrote: Don't know what to say to convince you all to see this, but trust me - you've got to see this!
Denise A (gb) wrote: This movie is so Crazy!
Alyssa W (it) wrote: the movies okay and wasn't really interesting
Private U (fr) wrote: Enjoyable film, set in 1930's Spain. P. Cruz plays an equall part in this movie, to her sisters and others, who all add charming performances, to make this a quality light hearted rom com.
Jessica H (us) wrote: Liam is a bit of a covert anti-hero, but this film is predictable in what little plot that it has.
Geno Peppino (us) wrote: Specifically, what makes this movie great is Fisher Stevens and his great delivery on well formed dialog. It has a lot of charm and is one of the more obscured 80s classics.
Matthew H (ru) wrote: "I'm afraid my Japanese is a little rusty..."