The brothers Chow Nunn and Chow Lui's giant computer company is facing a tense crisis - a powerful computer virus is rapidly wiping out their computer network. At the last minute a cyber-friend arrives to join the battle. The mysterious 'Angel.com' battles the virus and saves the company. Invited by Chow Lui for a visit in person, Angel.com arrives in the form of the beautiful Lynn. But it turns out Lynn is a professional assassin with amazing high-tech and kung fu skills. She kills Chow Lui with cyanide hidden in a pair of sunglasses. She's aided by her sister Sue, who operates the pair's World Panorama surveillance system, which allows them to tap into any video security system in the world. Young cop Kong Yat Hong and her partner Mark are put on the case. Hong has a brilliant mind and immediately senses she's dealing with a killer with very special skills. Realizing they are facing a tough adversary, Lynn and Sue become fascinated with Hong as well. Lynn runs into Yan, the cousin ...
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12 September 2002 (Singapore)
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Opening Weekend: $186,098
6 September 2002, Limited Release
Opening Weekend USA: $31,702,
14 September 2003, Limited Release
Gross USA: $76,584, 5 October 2003
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Throughout the movie's fighting scenes Sue's boots keep changing from high-heeled to low-heels and back again. See more
Hong Yat Hong
A gun is like a bird. If you don't grab it tightly enough, it flies away. If you grab it too tightly, it will die.
Referenced in To Each His Own Cinema
Written by Karen Mok
Performed by Karen Mok
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment (Taiwan) Ltd. See more