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San jaat si hing (2004)

Kit comes from a very fortunate family, with an outstanding police officer father When the family starts to break up, Man impulsively shot Kit's mother. After Kit's parents divorced, Kit ... See full summary »

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Cheung Wai-kit
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Ngai Fung
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Officer Cheung Tit-Man
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Wing
Michelle Yim ...
Kit's Mother
Roy Chow ...
Chuen
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Fat Seven
Ken Tong ...
Big Bryan
David Wai-Sheung Lee ...
Officer Wai Kwok-Ying
Chi Keung Wan ...
Lai
Teddy Lin ...
Man
Wu An ...
Ho
Shu Qao ...
Officer Nichole Sun
Helen Poon ...
Fit's Mother
Roderick Lam ...
Little Bryan
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Kit comes from a very fortunate family, with an outstanding police officer father When the family starts to break up, Man impulsively shot Kit's mother. After Kit's parents divorced, Kit viewed Man his father as an enemy. As an adult, he vowed to become a police officer, and to join Man's team, hoping that Man will pay for what he has done. Kit's cousin, Chi falls for Kit since childhood, but Fung falls for Chi at first sight... As he realised that Chi is Kit's girlfriend, he won't express his love for her, making the two embarassing in communication. Written by Daryl Chan (darylc@tpg.com.au)

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The film was billed as a modern update of the 1980s TVB serial "Police Cadet", which starred Tony Chiu-Wai Leung, Maggie Cheung, Ching Wan Lau, Carina Lau, Yun-Fat Chow, and Simon Yam, who appears in this film. But Jing Wong just kept the character names and wrote a new story. The film was a box-office disappointment, infuriating legions of fans who wanted Wong not to make any sort of adaptation to the classic show. See more »

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Standard HK cop movie
16 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not a bad movie, but nothing special about it either. This is a very average HK cop movie with average acting, no good cinematography, and kind of flat story. But, there's Gillian Chung, and Edison Chen in this movie, and maybe that alone is interesting.

Fit character (played by Edison Chen) steals the show in this movie. The main plot of conflict between father and son is obscured because Fit stands out so much in the story.

This shows that Edison's loss is great to HK movie industry and if possible, I'd like to see him back in action. He would be the next Simon Yam if he can come back to the craft that he's so talented in.

Not an inspiring movie, which could have been a few notches higher with better directing, and cinematography.


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