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A cop goes undercover in a ruthless underworld organization to stop a gang leader, only to put himself in great danger after being exposed by his former protégé and best friend.

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Chan Chi-Lung / Dragon
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Fang Jing
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Lo Chi-Wai / Sunny
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Captain Cheung King-Kun
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Cheung Mo-Hung
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Terry
Zhigang Yang ...
Captain Lei Peng
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Daofeng / Blade
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Amy (Chan's mother)
Cheung-Ching Mak ...
Brother Kun
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Pok Fu Chow ...
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Rascal
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Brother Bo
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Bald gang boss
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Mo-Hung's gangster
Chris Tsui ...
Brother Bo's gangster
Kam Tong Wong ...
Party guest
Hua Yan ...
Big Noise Fa (Cheng's gangster)
Kang Yu ...
Brother Cheng

Directed by

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Clarence Yiu-leung Fok

Written by

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Tai-lee Chan ... () (as Tai-Li Chan)
 
Kam-Yuen Szeto ... ()

Produced by

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Qi Daji ... executive producer
Sanping Han ... executive producer
Zheng Lu ... executive producer
Peter Pau ... producer
Guo Shou-Bao ... executive producer
Han Xiao-Li ... producer
Donnie Yen ... producer
Wang Zhang ... producer (as Yong Er) / producer

Music by

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Peng Dou

Cinematography by

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Peter Pau

Film Editing by

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Ka-Fai Cheung

Makeup Department

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Mark Garbarino ... special makeup effects designer
Eddie Liu ... special makeup effects artist

Production Management

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Hong Wang ... unit production manager

Art Department

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Lili Zhang ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Steve Burgess ... sound designer
Andrew Neil ... re-recording mixer
Terry Tu ... re-recording mixer

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Chen Cui ... compositing leader: NAGA FX (as Cui Chen)

Stunts

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Bruce Law ... car stunt coordinator
Yee Man Law ... assistant car stunt coordinator
Takahito Oh'uchi ... stunts
John Salvitti ... action choreographer
Kenji Sato ... stunt performer
Kenji Tanigaki ... action choreographer
Chris Tsui ... action choreographer
Hua Yan ... action choreographer
Donnie Yen ... action director
Kang Yu ... action choreographer

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Sung Fai Choi ... camera operator
Patrick Ho ... camera & lighting department coordinator
Michael Liu ... camera operator
Wing-Hang Wong ... camera operator
Simon J. Young ... digital imaging technician

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Lon Haber ... publicity team
Cindy Sin Yee Wong ... production assistant
Yichen Yang ... director's consultant

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Yichen Yang ... the director wishes to thank

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Plot Summary

Chan Chi-Lung has been an infiltrator in Cheung Mo-Hung's Hong Kong triad gang for many years. After a failure of a recent negotiation by Lung with the other three local triad gangs on behalf of Hung makes the latter suspicious of Lung's identity. Hung sets to wipe out every undercover cop in his gang and as a result many cops are caught and wiped out. Sensing the danger, Lung requests to put an end to his undercover career from his captain, Cheung. However, Cheung sends Lung to Mainland China to infiltrate a business of "Special Identity" trading instead. The business is run by Hung's best protégé, Sunny, who was Lung's previous buddy in the gang. Cheung promises to reinstate Lung's police identity in conclusion of the mission once Sunny's business breaks down. Lung agrees, and joining him are local police officer Fang Jing and her chief Lei Peng from the Mainland Chinese police force. But before they can get to Sunny, the latter suddenly vanishes leaving Lung exposed and in great danger. Written by DOK

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Also Known As
  • Special Identity (China, Mandarin title)
  • Special ID (World-wide, English title)
  • Special ID (France)
  • Special ID (Germany)
  • Особая личность (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 99 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The film was intended to be the first collaboration between Donnie Yen and fellow martial artist and popular TV actor Wenzhuo Zhao. But after a series of mishaps on set and badly influenced involvement of the press, Zhao left the set on February 27 2012 and rejected returning to follow up work. On February 29 2012, Zhao held a press conference expressing his disappointment in the script and the people involved in the film crew. He revealed that script changes were being made constantly without his consent and that contractual terms he demanded for his contract were violated. However, on March 15 2012 a controversy affecting Yen and the film crew as well as heated responses from both actors' fans broke out after Zhao held another press conference and claimed what really happened while the film was in production. Also as a result of Zhao's departure from the production, Donnie hired former co-stars Andy On, Collin Chou and Ken Lo as new cast additions. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Top 10 Movie Fights on Bridges (2014). See more »
Soundtracks I'm Not As Strong As You Think See more »

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