In Amsterdam - in the time before the legalisation of some drugs and the following growth of competition on the market - takes place a war between the Italian and Chinese mafia because of the control of the heroin market.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong violent action, and for language, sensuality and drug content.
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Did You Know?
Many people believe that producer Jim Choi, who would benefit the most from it, was the mastermind of the case. Choi, who was the manager of Jet Li
and Nina Li
, was shot dead in 1992 at the age of 38. After Choi's death, there were many rumors surrounding around it including his connection to the Netherlands triads, keeping Li away from other film producers and karma for his actions in filming China White. See more
Near the end, Billy Drago's character walks out of the courtroom, saying a verdict of 'not guilty' has been passed by the jury. The Netherlands does not have a jury system. See more
Hong Kong version runs 6 minutes longer than international version and features extra scenes as flashback to time when Chow brothers were children. Also in Hong Kong version the death scene of a prostitute is more explicit. See more
4 November 1989 (Hong Kong)
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Also Known As:
Rumbling Sky Dragon Tiger Meeting
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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