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Zhi fa wei long (1992)

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Tung/Torres (Dion Lam), a vicious Filipino-Chinese drug dealer in Hong Kong, is caught by Chief Inspector Leung (Waise Lee). Cynthia ('Yukari Ôshima') and Lung (Robin Shou) is tasked to ... See full summary »


Phillip Ko


Tat-Choi Lee (screenplay) (as Sean Tat-Choi Lee)





Credited cast:
Waise Lee ... Chief Inspector Leung
Yukari Ôshima ... Cynthia (as Cynthia Luster)
Robin Shou ... Allan Lung / Inspector Dragon
Phillip Ko ... Sgt. Franco
Fui-On Shing ... Drug Dealer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Collin Cheung Collin Cheung ... Ghost
Charlie Davao Charlie Davao ... Chief Licaroz
Franco Guerrero Franco Guerrero ... Tang
Subas Herrero ... Tiger
Robert Johnson Robert Johnson
Dion Lam ... Tung / Torres
Law Lei Law Lei
Hui Lei-Na Hui Lei-Na
Rachel Lobangco Rachel Lobangco ... Toya
Edu Manzano ... (as Jess Babida)


Tung/Torres (Dion Lam), a vicious Filipino-Chinese drug dealer in Hong Kong, is caught by Chief Inspector Leung (Waise Lee). Cynthia ('Yukari Ôshima') and Lung (Robin Shou) is tasked to deport him back to the Philippines for prosecution. But once they arrive, Dion is rescued by his boss/godfather, Tiger (Subas Herrero), leaving Cyntha and Lung with more than their responsibility to deal with Sgt. Franco (Phillip Ko), their Manila counterpart. Tiger, the coldly ambitious leader of the local gang, who builds an empire of crimes in Manila, has determined to eliminate anyone who will hinder his way of making money. They include Lung and Cynthia, Sgt. Franco and his partner, Billy (Ronnie Ricketts), and Tiger's rival gang leader Mr. Tang (Franco Guerrero). Between Lung and Sgt. Franco, it is a case of conflict at first sight; However, when Billy and Cynthia are brutally killed in the line of duty by the deadliest killers sent by Tung and Tiger, Lung and Franco finally get together and will... Written by anonymous

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Hong Kong


Cantonese | English | Filipino

Also Known As:

Fatal Chase See more »

Filming Locations:

Metro Manila, Philippines

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This may not be a Hong Kong classic, but there's plenty here to enjoy.
30 January 2000 | by FlmbffSee all my reviews

At first, this film seems amateurish and silly. In fact, some of the early dialogue is laughably simplistic. Then, something strange happens. It starts to grow on you. The concept is a tried and true one: a couple of Hong Kong cops (played by Robin Shou and Yukari Oshima) have to escort a notorious bad guy back to his homeland (The Philippines). Before they know it, the bad guy has escaped custody and the Philippine authorities just want the Hong Kong cops to go back home. The Hong Kong cops refuse (of course) and vow not to leave the country until the bad guy has been apprehended. The Philippine authorities assign our Hong Kong heroes a babysitter (a reluctant Filipino cop) and before you can say, "BLACK RAIN," the babysitter becomes a co-conspirator and they all take on the bad guys. While there are far better films revolving around this concept, this one has plenty of bells and whistles. My favorite aspect of the film is a pair of silent assassins (one man, one woman) who appear to be completely emotionless and cock each other's weapons with their feet and reload each other's guns after a rampage. Another high point is a particularly scrappy Filipino midget with a big attitude. There are a few impressive fist fights and even a moment or two of real emotion, but for the most part, it's just a cheesy little fun film that hardcore Hong Kong film fans will probably get a kick out of (pun intended).

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