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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ho Tin-Cheung / Peter
Chow Fung
Bill Tung ...
Ho Ka-Chai
Kathy Chow ...
Paul Chun ...
Chun Shing
Kwan-Min Cheng ...
Uncle Min
Ching-Ho Law ...
Yiu Ging Lee ...
Gang Member
Chiu Yau Tang ...
Gang Member
Dion Lam
Jackson Ng
Wai-Ping Fung
Wai-Lung Ho
Foo-Wai Lam


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1989 (Hong Kong)  »

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My Dear Son  »

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A bummed out HK drama.
23 June 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Here's a Hong Kong drama action film about class differences in modern Hong Kong society. Jacky Cheung plays a guy named Peter, struggling with money, and ends up joining a triad organization that his friend Maddy (Lam Ching Wan) is part of. Of course, things don't go well and Peter ends up putting his family and friends in danger. His dad, Ho Ka-Chai (Bill Tung), is the sole provider of the family.

There are some touching family moments and Bill Tung, Jacky Cheung and female lead Maggie Cheung serve up quite some touching drama. Tung and Cheung make a nice father-son team, with Maggie being a mediator and friend. But, the movie does progresses into over-the-top violence and action scenes once the bad triad stuff gets its way, which puts the story into a spin. It's too bad any redeeming qualities in the movie get drown out by the excessive dark and violent scenes.

***spoiler*** The climax was too sad with a bummer ending, I thought. ***spoiler ends***

Grade D

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