Andy Lau, Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang Chi-Wai
Andrew Lau (Director), Alan Mak (Screenplay), Alan Mak (Director), Felix Chong (Screenplay)
Release: Dec. 12th, 2002
Runtime: 1 hour, 41 minutes
Chan Wing Yan, a young police officer, has been sent undercover as a mole in the local mafia. Lau Kin Ming, a young mafia member, infiltrates the police force. Years later, their older counterparts, Chen Wing Yan and Inspector Lau Kin Ming, respectively, race against time to expose the mole within their midst.
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One could also debate the effectiveness of giving each of the leads their own love interest (Leung's character has a thing with his court-ordered psychiatrist, while Lau's character dates a novelist whose story not-so-subtly reflects Lau's own inner conflict), but I personally reckon that, despite t....
Lau in the original is forced to walk the "Road of Continuous Hell", facing up to all the sins he has committed, and we are left with a depressing scene where Lau confesses that he would switch place with the now dead Chan.