Lon is an assassin who is deformed. The only man he can trust is his brother, Kwan. When Lon kills a police officer, the officer's partner tries to go after him, but lets him go after ... See full summary »

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Lon / Michael
Gigi Lai ...
Wendy
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Kent
Suet Lam ...
Kwan
David Wai-Sheung Lee ...
Jimmy (as David Lee)
Conroy Chi-Chung Chan ...
Banana
Sam Lee ...
Dicky
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Sandy
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Lon is an assassin who is deformed. The only man he can trust is his brother, Kwan. When Lon kills a police officer, the officer's partner tries to go after him, but lets him go after seeing his face. Meanwhile, Lon falls for Wendy, the girlfriend of Lon's sadistic boss, Dragon. When Lon agrees to kill Dragon for Wendy, it's a setup. After the kill, Lon is hit by a car and plunges into the river. A year passes by. A new man named Michael arrives, working for Wendy. Meanwhile, the partner of the cop Lon killed is still on the case. He notices a resemblance of the new man to Lon. Is Michael the same person as Lon? If so, what is the motive? Written by Ninja01

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Enjoyable film for lovers of trash cinema.
26 February 2006 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

Director Billy Chung serves up sleaze and violence aplenty in this stylishly-shot revenge thriller starring Daniel Wu as a deformed hit-man who is double-crossed by sexy gangster's moll Gigi Lai. After a quick spot of plastic surgery, our once ugly killer is transformed into a suave handsome hunk hell-bent on getting even.

Chung gives fans of this kind of trash cinema (and I use that term affectionately) exactly what they want. There is enough gratuitous sex and violence throughout the film's lean 87 minute running time to ensure that the viewer is never bored; there are gunfights galore, with every bullet hit squirting just the right amount of claret, and in between the bouts of death and destruction there is still time for the main characters to 'get it on'.

If an undemanding slab of glossy exploitation is what you're after, you could do worse than see Devil Face, Angel Heart.


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