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A Better Tomorrow: Ultimate Edition (Limited Edition Steel Case Packaging) (2 Disc DVD Set) £5.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/5% Voucher @ Play

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The ultimate DVD presentation of the ultimate Hong Kong gangster action movie! A simple but compelling tale of two brothers - Ho Tse Sung (Ti Lung), a successful counterfeiter, and Kit Sung (Leslie…
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The ultimate DVD presentation of the ultimate Hong Kong gangster action movie!

A simple but compelling tale of two brothers - Ho Tse Sung (Ti Lung), a successful counterfeiter, and Kit Sung (Leslie Cheung), a rookie graduate of the Hong Kong Police Academy - the plot focuses on Woo's favourite themes of honour, brotherhood and loyalty.

Incarcerated after a deal goes wrong, on his release from prison Ho decides it is time to go straight. However, he is coerced back into a life of crime by his former associates and his need to help his best friend and former right-hand man Mark (Chow Yun-Fat), who has fallen on hard times. Ho is also attempting to reconcile his relationship with his policeman brother, who blames him for the death of their father and is coming under increasing pressure from his superiors because of his familial links to organised crime.

A series of heists, double-crosses and shoot-outs lead to a climactic battle in which two men find themselves fighting for their lives and their honour...

Special Features

Digital transfer struck from a newly restored Hi-Definition master!
Audio commentary from Hong Kong film expert Bey Logan
Disc 2:
'Crossings - John Woo': a new documentary on John Woo (48 mins)
Interview with Chow Yun-Fat
Interview with John Woo
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#1
This film any good then as I see it's getting voted hot?

I've seen and liked Hard Boiled, The Killer, Infernal Affairs, The Chaser, etc so would it be up my street?
#2
burstlikeabubble
This film any good then as I see it's getting voted hot?

I've seen and liked Hard Boiled, The Killer, Infernal Affairs, The Chaser, etc so would it be up my street?


it's great dude! woo's first collaboration with chow yun-fat - great gunplay, brotherhood - typical woo themes, get it :)
#3
haven't seen a leslie cheung movie in years. shame he's gone, he had an excellent voice.
#4
Too bad this is the awful re-scored music version..I would never buy it in a million years and any fans should avoid it like the plague...find the old M.I.A release..it has the original soundtrack.
#5
mrout76
Too bad this is the awful re-scored music version..I would never buy it in a million years and any fans should avoid it like the plague...find the old M.I.A release..it has the original soundtrack.

Yeah there are a few complaints about image quality and music, which makes me hesitant to pick this up. I mean, if you're getting the tin edition, it'd better well be the ultimate version.

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