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Infernal Affairs 2002

  • ReleasedDecember 12, 2002
  • DirectorAlan Mak, Andrew Lau Wai-Keung
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Runtime101 minutes
  • Certification
    NR
  • GenresAction, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller

"Loyalty. Honor. Betrayal."

Chan Wing Yan, a young police officer, has been sent undercover as a mole in the local mafia. Lau Kin Ming, a young mafia member, infiltrates the police force. Years later, their older counterparts, Chen Wing Yan and Inspector Lau Kin Ming, respectively, race against time to expose the mole within their midst.

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Shout by johnLiu
2015-04-25T14:14:30+01:00

better than the HOLLYWOOD one

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Shout by Iago D
2014-05-26T23:51:36+01:00

If u like I recommend the Infernal Affairs Chronological Edition, the best for watch a second time the trilogy ;)

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Shout by Shinu
2011-08-30T15:43:39+01:00

Why do people hate on a movie JUST BECAUSE it's a remake? While it's true that most remakes don't turn out as good as their originals, its completely wrong to make that assumption 100% of the time. I've seen this movie as well as The Departed and I must say the latter's story was fleshed out a bit more and believable. Don't get me wrong, this movie deserves all the praise it received, but the remake took its story and made subtle improvements to its betterment. All this "watch this and not the remake" talk is just nonsense.

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