The movie was shot in Shanghai, and for many of the group scenes involving various western mercenaries, many of the background ones, are Chinese stunt men and extras wearing wigs of varying qualities. See more »
That is: jumping, kicking, and doing a general acrobatic assault on his opponent. He is a one-man fireworks display. Few besides his brother can jump like he can without wires. Of other interest is seeing the late, great Lam Ching-Ying not only in one of his last performances, but his few takes in the director's seat. While story is pretty tired, the tightly choreographed fight scenes rise above the anemic plot structure. A must for Lam Ching-Ying and Chin Kar-Lok fanatics alike.
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