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Oliver Siu Kuen Chan
Anthony Chau-Sang Wong,
The Chief of Construction Committee leaps to his death from a tall building. Yang Jiadong, a rookie cop begins investigating it. Forced out of his job and to the safety of Hong Kong, he endeavors to discover the truth.
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What a surprise to see a rating of 6.3!. I think it it should at least worth 8, plus 1 mark to the extremely smart Andy Lau with hair combing up.
2 marks is deducted for lack of character development for role of Lau. He seems does not have enough time to show his saddness to his son. And he is not seeing his ex in terminal illness. He too turns rich too quick.
For Koo, i appreciate his excellent acting as a vaillian. To me he acts better as a bad guy than good one.
Female lead is ok, with a special temperament that excels other more beautiful actress.
I would say, a very entertaining movie not to be missed
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