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Infernal Affairs DVD £3.99 delivered (BangCD)

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In response to an earlier deal, here's the original movie that the American remake 'The Departed' is based on... Description: Ming (Andy Lau) and Yan (Tony Leung) lead parallel lives: Ming is a… Read More
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In response to an earlier deal, here's the original movie that the American remake 'The Departed' is based on...

Description:

Ming (Andy Lau) and Yan (Tony Leung) lead parallel lives: Ming is a Triad mole in the police department; Yan is a police stooge in mob boss Sam's (Eric Tsang) Triad gang. Both men have a desire to put their false lives behind them and to take up their rightful places in a society that eludes them. One night, during a police raid to bring down Sam's mob empire, the two men's paths finally cross. Both the police and the mob soon realise that there is a mole amongst them, and a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues. In this race against time nobody is safe, and the lives of everyone involved becomes threatened. In the meantime, Superintendent Wong (Anthony Wong) does his best to keep Yan's secret safe, but how long can the men's hidden lives remain undiscovered? The first in an explosive and internationally praised trilogy, Infernal Affairs sets a stylish benchmark for modern thrillers and broke all-time box office records in Hong Kong.

Special Features:

* Director's Commentary
* Original Theatrical Trailer
* Alternate Ending
* Confidential File
* Behind The Scenes
* Outtakes Reel
* 4-page Booklet With John Millar Film Notes

Language: English,Cantonese
Audio Format: 5.1 Dolby Surround,DTS
Subtitle: English
Region: Region 2 (UK/Europe/ Japan/ South Africa)
Encoding: PAL
No. of Discs: 1
Certificate: 15
Aspect Ratio: 2.20:1(Widescreen)
Running Time: 100 Minutes
Production Year: 2004
Starring: Andy Lau, Tony Leung, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Chapman To, Lam Ka Tung, Ng Ting Yip, Wan Chi Keung, Sammi Cheng, Kelly Chen, Edison Chen, Shawn Yue, Elva Hsiao.
Director: Andrew Lau, Alan Mak
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#1
Good film and much better than The Departed IMHO...
#2
Kentish
Good film and much better than The Departed IMHO...


I second that:thumbsup:
#3
LittleRedGuard
I second that:thumbsup:


I third that.
#4
sits69
I third that.


I fourth that.:whistling::whistling:
#5
Great film, great price. Far superior to Scorsese's remake
#6
patricky90
I fourth that.:whistling::whistling:


I fifth that
#7
Gouken24
I fifth that


I'll sixth that:-D

The Departed is very overrated, it's a good film but the love triangle, numerous endings & Jack Nicholson's character makes it inferior to the original....

...and Scorsese needs to stop using The Rolling Stones on his soundtracks.
#8
Gouken24
I fifth that


err...I 6th that

The Departed is good too, but this is even better and that's even with having to put up with subtitles/dubbing. The sequel is good too.

Edit: make that 7th :)
#9
bras0782
err...I 6th that

The Departed is good too, but this is even better and that's even with having to put up with subtitles/dubbing. The sequel is good too.

Edit: make that 7th :)


8th here

very good film! so kool, not sure what the ending of this version is but i believe there were few different endings
#10
I'd be even better if you guys could understand Cantonese.
#11
patricky90
I'd be even better if you guys could understand Cantonese.


With the exception of bras0782, who's to say we don't? :whistling:
#12
sits69
With the exception of bras0782, who's to say we don't? :whistling:


Do you?:roll::roll:
#13
patricky90
Do you?:roll::roll:


*tsk* *tsk* Patrick Y..... You should know better than to ask people personal questions on a public forum. :roll:
#14
patricky90
PM me than :roll::roll:


HAHAHA... why!? Of what benefit is this to me??? So we Canto speakers can "be friends" and "hang out"??? HAHA....

I've gotten my point across that Infernal Affairs > Departed. My participation in this tragic thread is over. Good night, good sir.
#15
Andy Lau, great singer. Voted hot!
#16
I ninth that.
#17
I tenth that :thumbsup:

Don't think much of the sequels though.
#18
oh man, this craps all over that disgraceful remake. Buy it folks and see how Hollywood should leave legendry films well alone
#19
Definitely not legendary. IMHO The Departed AND Infernal Affairs are each a little overrated in their own right.

This is a rare instance in which I preferred the re-make though. The pace was great, despite Nicholson trying to overpower everything. Dicaprio was excellent, following on well from The Aviator (a very good and underrated film).
#20
tangers
I tenth that :thumbsup:

Don't think much of the sequels though.


I eleventh that lol:thumbsup:
great film... i personally thought the sequels were alright
#21
i twelfth that (had to look up the spelling for that one)

couldnt even sit through 10 mins of the departed didnt like it at all
#22
GREAT Film.... better than the remake 'departed'. Great find
#23
toughCookie
GREAT Film.... better than the remake 'departed'. Great find


Indeed, that's what prompted me to put it on here!
#24
I saw Departed first and thought it was a good film - I knew nothing about it being a remake of IF. Then I rented IF some time later and realised how much better it was.

Still think Departed is good, but perhaps I'd think differently if I saw IF first.
#25
bras0782
I saw Departed first and thought it was a good film - I knew nothing about it being a remake of IF. Then I rented IF some time later and realised how much better it was.

Still think Departed is good, but perhaps I'd think differently if I saw IF first.


Still can't believe 'Departed' got an award (think it was the ocsars), Very badly made imo

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