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A former judo champion quits the tournament cirucit and runs a nightclub. However, when a new challenger appears as well as an old rival and a judo master in need of reviving his school, the young man must go back in training and prepare for the ultimate challenge. Written by
Award-winning director Johnnie To is back in action with his recent release Throw Down, which stars heart-throbs Aaron Kwok and Louis Koo in judo-flopping scenes.
Ex-judo champion Sze-to (Louis Koo) mysteriously retires from the sport and becomes a pub manager until "Leather Jacket" Tony (Aaron Kwok), a spirited judo fighter, revitalizes his fighting desires and challenges him to a match. But there's more to win than just the champion title; Mona, a Taiwanese girl (Cherrie Ying) working at Sze-to's pub, charms both fighters with her singing and dancing skills.
Pub manager/band leader Sae-To was once the greatest Judo fighter around until he unexpectedly gave up the sport for no apparent reason. Nowadays Sze-To lives the life of an alcoholic gambler with no hope for the futre, until cocky Judo enthusiast Tony shows up at the door and challenges Sze-To into a due; Old foe Kong demands finishing the match that never took place years ago; Sze-To's mentor Master Cheng ask him to man age his rundown Dojo...
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