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Sha po lang: taam long (2017)

A tough Hong Kong cop's 16 y.o. daughter disappears in Pattaya. He goes to Thailand to find her and must deal with corrupt cops but an honest one helps him track down culprits involved in illegal organ trafficking.

Director:

Wilson Yip

Writers:

Nick Cheuk (screenwriter) (as Yick Him Cheuk), Lai-Yin Leung (as Jill Leung)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Louis Koo ... Lee Chung Chi
Yue Wu ... Chui Kit
Ka Tung Lam ... Cheng Hon Shou
Chris Collins Chris Collins ... Sacha
Tony Jaa ... Tak
Jacky Cai ... Siu Man
Ken Lo Ken Lo ... Ban (as Ken Low)
Hanna Chan Hanna Chan ... Lee Wing Chi
Vithaya Pansringarm ... Commissioner Chai
Sompob Benjathikul Sompob Benjathikul ... Mayor Aziz
Siraphan Wattanajinda Siraphan Wattanajinda ... Soei
Iris Lam Iris Lam ... Jenny
Michelle Saram Michelle Saram ... Lee Chung Chi's Wife
Cheng Si Lam Cheng Si Lam ... 6-year-Old Wing Chi
Ho-Yeung Yuen Ho-Yeung Yuen ... Chi's Boyfriend
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Storyline

Hong Kong police negotiator Lee Chung-Chi has learned that his 16 year old daughter Wing-Chi has disappeared while in Thailand. He travels to Thailand and teams up with Chinese officer Tsui Kit and his partner, Tak, as they face off against American gangster Sacha, who is operating a black market organ smuggling ring. A series of clues lead Chung-Chi to not only learn the fate of his daughter, but overcome the odds to stop the ring once and for all. Written by Albert Valentin

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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

25 August 2017 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Nincs választás See more »

Filming Locations:

Bangkok, Thailand

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DTS (DTS-X)| D-Cinema 48kHz 5.1 | Dolby Digital

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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A very good action film. Great stunt work.
16 December 2017 | by latinfineartSee all my reviews

This film far exceeding my expectations. Louis Koo was amazing. Tony Ja was his usual self. Impressive as hell. Though he played a more subordinate role, for a change. Good story, well written. If I have any criticism of the story, I think they give the Thai police way, way too much credit. They are essentially a group of bumbling fools who barely work, unless there is money on the side. Public welfare does not fall within their purvue. However, they showed the police commissioner as every police commissioner in the country has ever been. Corrupt as hell, and with a heart of darkness. They also portrayed the politicians in the same light. Totally accurate. Absolutely possessed with hearts of darkness. Totally self absorbed. Up to no good. No concern for the public good. Spot on.

Thailand is a lovely country on so many levels. But, you do not want to get mixed up with the mafia, nor the police. Almost the same thing. And the last people you want to associate with are the politicians. They are as dirty as they come.

The choreography of the action sequences was outstanding, and it was a tremendous display of the martial arts. Kudos to the stars, the director, and the rest of the crew.


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