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Infernal Affairs
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Directed By
Wai Keung Lau, Siu Fai Mak

Written By:
Siu Fai Mak, Felix Chong

Cast:
Andy Lau, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Anthony Wong Chau-Sang, Eric Tsang, Kelly Chen, Sammi Cheng, Edison Chen, Chapman To, Shawn Yue, Ka Tung Lam, Courtney Wu, Elva Hsiao, Dion Lam, Hui Kam Fung, Li Tin Cheung, Cheung Yuk Sun, Ho Wing Ling, Chung Wai Ho, Wong Kam Hung, Leung Ho Kei, Lee Tze Ming, Wong Ch Wang, Cheng Wing Yee, Wong Yin Keung, Yuen Waj Ho, Tony Ho, Leung Chiu Yi


 
Infernal Affairs (2002)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
June 11th, 2007

I'll dream of you, Officer Yan.

One cannot relate all the superlatives of this film without the risk of missing something. This is the film "The Departed" wanted to be when they tried to duplicate it -- they didn't come close.

Felix Chong and Siu Fai Mak wrote this incredible story of and undercover cop in the mob, and an undercover mobster on the police force (Andy Lau). Directors Wai Keung Lau and Siu Fai Mak (again) did not waste one second of the hour and a half that this story runs.

The sound was superlative. The art direction, cinematography, music, visual effects and editing were top notch, and the action choreography was the equal of any Chinese action film - just breathtaking! And then there is Tony Leung (Jet Li's Hero, Hard Boiled) as Yan and Anthony Wong as SP Wong. What could you possibly say that hasn't been said in the over 100 reviews of their performances? If you liked The Departed, then check out the original. You will not be disappointed.

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