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Directors:
Writers:
Alan Mak (written by) &
Felix Chong (written by)
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Release Date:
12 December 2003 (China) See more »
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Plot:
Months after the events of the original film, Ming suspects a police superintendent as being a new mole for the triads, while years earlier, Yan embarks on his first mission. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
2 wins & 8 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Tying up loose ends--for the fans. See more (25 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Tony Chiu Wai Leung ... Chan Wing Yan (as Tony Leung)

Andy Lau ... Inspector Lau Kin Ming

Leon Lai ... Inspector / SP Yeung Kam Wing

Daoming Chen ... Inspector Shen Chen (as Chen Dao Ming)
Kelly Chen ... Dr. Lee Sum Yee

Anthony Wong Chau-Sang ... SP Wong Chi Shing (as Anthony Wong)

Eric Tsang ... Hon Sam

Sammi Cheng ... Mary

Carina Lau ... Mary Hon

Edison Chen ... Young Lau Kin Ming
Shawn Yue ... Young Chan Wing Yan

Chapman To ... Tsui Wai-keung
Waise Lee ... Chun (as Lee Chi Hung)
Ka Tung Lam ... Inspector Billy (as Lam Ka Tung)
Ting Yip Ng ... Inspector Cheung (as Ng Ting Yip)
Zhi-zhong Huang ... Liang (as Huang Zhi Zhong)
Chi Keung Wan ... SP Leung (as Wan Chi Keung)
Ming Wan Yeung ... Night Club Manager (as Wan Yeung Ming)
Eddie Li ... Young Yeung Kam Wing
Zac Koo ... Security Wing Officer
Pan Mai Ming ... Security Wing Officer (as Pan Wai Ming)
Dickson Yip Wai Chuen ... Security Wing Officer (as Dickson Yip Wai Chuen)
Louisa Ng ... Security Wing Officer
Sit Kam Wai ... Security Wing Officer (as Sit Kim Wai)
Lau Hing Keung ... Security Wing Officer (as Lau Hing Kuen)
Mok Nga Kwan ... Security Wing Officer (as Mok Nga Kwan)
Raymond Tong ... Security Wing Officer (as Tong Wai Kit Raymond)
Andy Kwok ... Security Wing Officer (as Kwok Ka Shing Andy)
Lee Tsz Kwan ... Security Wing Officer (as Lee Tsz Kwan)
Lau Ka Hi ... Internal Affair Officer (as Lau Ka Ki)
Chi Tai Lam ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Lam Chi Tai)
Hor Tsz Shun ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Hor Tsz Shun)
Frankie Chu ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Chu Wang Kit Frankie)
Chan Man Pun ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Chan Man Pun)
Man Tung Chiu ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Chiu Man Tung)
Grand Yip ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Yip Wan Keung)
Hill Fai Wong ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Wong Hill Fai)
Wai Man Lui ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Lui Wai Man)
Tsim Sau Monnie Kwan ... Internal Affairs Officer (as Tsim Sau Kwan Monnie)
Wai Ho Chow ... Liang's Underling (as Chow Wai Ho)
Chan Donald Shun Hei ... Liang's Underling (as Chan Donald Shun Hei)
Chi Kong Yim ... Liang's Underling (as Yim Chi Kong)
Chim Kam Ho ... Liang's Underling (as Chim Kam Ho)
Sai Keung Ng ... Liang's Underling (as Ng Sai Keung)
Nigel Chan ... Liang's Underling (as Chan Ka Lun Nigel)
Wai Ming Lai ... Sam's Button Man (as Lai Wai Ming)
Tze Ming Lee ... Sam's Button Man (as Lee Tse Ming)
Sai Tang Yu ... Sam's Button Man (as Yu Sai Tang)
Leung Ho Kei ... Sam's Button Man (as Leung Ho Kai)
Lai Chi Wai ... Sam's Button Man (as Lai Chi Wai)
Shu-Wing Ho ... Taiwanese Arms Dealer
Yuk Kee Lau ... Taiwanese Arms Dealer (as Lau Yuk Kee)
Lai Kit Chan ... Nightclub Manager's Underling (as Chan Lai Kit)
Wai Keung Chan ... Nightclub Manager's Underling (as Chan Wai Keung)
Siu Yin Ming ... Nightclub Dancer (as Siu Yin Ming)
Kylie Choi ... Nightclub Dancer (as Choi Ching Man Kylie)
Tam Kam Vico Fai ... Bank Manager (as Tam Kam Fai Vico)
May Yee Yip ... Old Woman in Bank (as Yip May Yee)
Hong Ling Fung ... Massage Parlor License Holder (as Fung Hong Ling)
Chi Keung Chow ... Superintendant (as Chow Chi Keung)
Chan Kwok Wing ... Superintendant (as Chan Kwok Wing)
Hui On Tat ... Superintendant (as Hui On Tat)
Chan Shik Kong ... Office Assistant at Security Wing (as Chan Shik Kong)

Courtney Wu ... Stereo Shop Owner
Hin-Wai Au ... OCTB Officer (as Au Hin Wai)
Wu Chi Percy Seng ... OCTB Officer (as Wu Chi Seng Percy)
Li Tin Cheung ... OCTB Officer (as Li Tin Cheung)
Wong Yin Keung ... OCTB Officer (as Wong Yin Keung)
Yiu Man Kee ... OCTB Officer (as Yiu Man Kee)
Yun Man Ng ... OCTB Officer (as Ng Yun Man)
Lau Sum Yee ... CIB Officer (as Lau Sum Yee)
Chi-Wang Wong ... CIB Officer (as Wong Chi Wang)
Wai Ho Yuen ... CIB Officer (as Yuen Wai Ho)
Shiu Wai Leung ... Sam's Attorney (as Shiu Wai Leung)
Ka-Kui Ho ... Shen's Attorney (as Ho Ka Kui)
Ho Yin Fong ... Admin Wing Inspector (as Fong Ho Yin)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sum-Yee Lau ... CIB Officer
Wai-Ming Pang
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Directed by
Wai-keung Lau  (as Andrew Lau)
Alan Mak 
 
Writing credits
Alan Mak (written by) &
Felix Chong (written by)

Felix Chong  characters (uncredited)
Alan Mak  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Ellen Chang .... line producer
John Chong .... executive producer
Feng Jun Gao .... producer (as Gao Feng Jun)
Hongfei Han .... executive producer (as Han Hong Fei)
Lorraine Ho .... line producer
Chin-Wen Huang .... associate executive producer (as Chin Wen Huang)
Wai-keung Lau .... producer (as Andrew Lau)
Baoping Ma .... associate executive producer (as Ma Baoping)
 
Original Music by
Kwong Wing Chan  (as Chan Kwong Wing)
 
Cinematography by
Wai-keung Lau  (as Andrew Lau)
Man-Ching Ng  (as Ng Man Ching)
 
Film Editing by
Curran Pang  (as Pang Ching Hei)
Danny Pang 
 
Art Direction by
Bill Lui 
 
Costume Design by
Silver Cheung 
 
Makeup Department
Simon Chan .... special makeup effects artist
Yu Lai Cheng .... makeup artist (as Cheng Yu Lai)
Siu Wai Ngok .... makeup artist (as Ngok Siu Wai)
Yat Ping Tsang .... hair stylist (as Tsang Yat Ping)
Samuel Wong .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Virginia Chan .... assistant production manager
Lai Yin Chow .... unit manager (as Chow Lai Yin)
Bonnie Shum .... production manager
Ronald Wong .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Wai Hung Chan .... second assistant director (as Chan Wai Hung)
Man Kei Chin .... first assistant director (as Chin Man Kei)
Ask Lee .... third assistant director
Jonathan Li .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Wai Yin Ching .... prop master (as Ching Wai Yin)
Shu-Wing Ho .... propman (as Ho Shu Wing)
Jeffrey Kong .... assistant art director (as Jeffrey Kong Hun Lim)
Che Kiu Lam .... assistant art director (as Lam Che Kiu)
Tin Kin Yum .... assistant art director (as Yum Tin Kin)
 
Sound Department
Lok Chee Leung .... sound mixer (as Leung Lek Chee)
Hing Keung Li .... boom operator (as Li Hing Keung)
Felix Chung Sze Ming .... sound effects editor (as Chung Sze Ming, Felix)
Burnard To .... foley recordist (as To Burnard)
Kinson Tsang .... sound designer
Kinson Tsang .... sound re-recording mixer
Tse Kin Wong .... dialogue recordist (as Wong Tsz Kin)
Chun Hin Yiu .... dialogue recordist (as Yiu Chun Hin)
George Lee Yiu-Keung .... sound re-recording mixer (as Lee Yiu Keung, George)
Ting Yip Yuen .... dialogue recordist (as Yuen Ting Yip)
 
Special Effects by
Kam Tong Fok .... special effects (as Fok Kam Tong)
 
Visual Effects by
Terry Lam .... visual effects creative director
Eddy Wong .... visual effects supervisor
Victor Wong .... visual effects supervisor
Ray Wu .... visual effects producer
 
Stunts
Wai-Fai Wong .... stunt coordinator (as Wong Wai Fai)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Siu-Kwan Chan .... focus puller
Wing-Teng Law .... best boy (as Law Wing Tong)
Lau-fai Lo .... gaffer (as Lo Lau Fai)
Jimmy Wong .... Steadicam operator
Jimmy Wong .... camera operator
Wai Lun Wong .... still photographer (as Wong Wai Lun)
Wang-Fai Wong .... still photographer (as Wong Hung Fei)
Chun-Wah Yuen .... focus puller (as Yuen Chun Wah)
 
Animation Department
Eddie Cheng .... senior computer animator
Kevin Hong .... senior computer animator
Bun Kwai .... computer animator (as Kwai Bun)
Jimmy Lam .... computer animator
Gary Leung .... computer animator
Keith Leung .... computer animator
Galan Pang .... senior computer animator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Damon Lau .... assistant costume designer
Eva Law .... assistant costume designer (as Law Pui Sho Eva)
Yun Mei Man .... wardrobe (as Man Yun Mei)
 
Editorial Department
Kin Ming Chan .... color timer (as Chan Kin Ming)
Ho Shu Cheuk .... assistant editor (as Ho Shu Cheuk)
 
Music Department
Kwong Wing Chan .... composer: original music (as Chan Kwong Wing @ Click Music)
Fiona Fung .... soloist
 
Other crew
Man Fai Chan .... set production assistant (as Chan Man Fai)
Fiona Chow .... production coordinator
Cheryl Kwan .... production assistant
Eugenia Lai .... script supervisor (as Lai Man Yau Eugenia)
X. Lee .... making-of (as X-Lee)
Tao Ling .... production coordinator (as Ling Tao)
Calmen Lui .... laboratory consultant
Leo Sze .... production accountant
David Wong .... production accountant
Yung Lin Yeung .... tea lady (as Yeung Yung Lin)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Mou gaan dou III: Jung gik mou gaan" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Infernal Affairs III" - Hong Kong (English title), Singapore (English title)
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Runtime:
Argentina:118 min (Mar del Plata Film Festival) | Hong Kong:107 min (theatrical version)
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Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When Inspector Lau is looking at the cameras which he placed in Yeung's office through his mobile, you can see a timeline at the bottom of the screen of the mobile. Thus revealing it is a pre-recorded shot.See more »
Quotes:
Inspector Shen Chen:Men are changed by events, not events by men.See more »
Movie Connections:
Remade as The Departed (2006)See more »
Soundtrack:
ROAD TO INFERNOSee more »

FAQ

What are the differences between the Original Version and the Director's Cut?
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16 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
Tying up loose ends--for the fans., 18 December 2003
Author: Orri Kjartansson from Minneapolis, MN

While in the U.S. the 3rd movie of anything is suppose to be the large-scale, big-budget, battle-destruction-galore ending to a series, Infernal Affairs 3 shamelessly does the opposite and delivers an introspective look devoid of any "battle" scene at all. Now that IA has become somewhat of a cult following (ironically the story is not meant to go any further) it seems fitting that we are delivered a film as if the cutting-room floor pieces were placed together from the previous two movies and sequenced for the conclusion.

The story attempts to elaborate the most important details of the series and not presenting them in sequence, only a handful of present scenes exist which each are periodically given a large delve into the past. IA 3 explores what happened leading up to many scenes in the first Infernal Affairs which is really pretty neat for anyone who watches movies and seen the first. As a result its a jumble and mix of scenes giving you dates of when they occur (sometimes eliciting humor) and glimpsing every single character in the series as if they were the past but really filmed new for the movie. And in this way follows Yan and Ming's characters as they progress to their fates.

But it seems perhaps that by doing so, the movie is simply what was left out in the first film and anyone new to the series will obviously not understand the significance of what is going on other than the artsy cinematography of white-washed cool hues, steady camera work, and continual sponsorship of devices and products. This also includes the chaotic, dizzy feeling of progressing back and forth sometimes not knowing when you are (as with scenes that occur in Ming's mind only). Perhaps only the avid movie goer will realize Mo Gan Do 3 is a representation of hell in a high-tech world, the redemption of Yan and Ming's fall into insanity. But most will be confused about why until they see it all.

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