An undercover cop finds himself tortured by his life among the triads. He’s locked into his job with no way out, and he’s starting to find the triad guys more honorable than his supremely despicable superior officer. The problems he faces are numerous. He can’t reveal to his girlfriend his real occupation, for fear that it’ll blow his cover. As a result, he’s despised and ridiculed for being a punk instead of revered for his bravery as an undercover cop. —lovehkfilm.com
Andrew Lau Wai-Keung (born 4 April 1960) is a Hong Kong cinematographer and filmmaker. Lau began his career in the 1980s and 1990s, serving as a cinematographer to filmmakers such as Ringo Lam, Wong Jing and Wong Kar-wai. In the 1990s, Lau decided to have more creative freedom as a cinematographer by becoming a film director and producer. Apart from making films in his native Hong Kong, Lau has also made films in China, Korea and the United States. A highly prolific filmmaker, Lau has made films in a variety of genres, and is most notable in the West for his action and crime films which include the Young and Dangerous film series, and the Infernal Affairs trilogy (the latter co-directed together with Alan Mak).
Andrew Lau was born 4 April 1960, and is one of six siblings. As a child, he was raised in the New Territories of Hong Kong. His father worked as a construction worker on Hong Kong Island. Since his parents did not have time to concentrate on all of their children, Lau… read more