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Infernal affairs The trilogy - dvd £14.96 delivered

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All three films in the Hong Kong gangster epic trilogy. In 'Infernal Affairs' (2002), the cops and the Triads have something in common: each has a mole in their midst. Ming (Andrew Lau) and Yan (Tony … Read More
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All three films in the Hong Kong gangster epic trilogy. In 'Infernal Affairs' (2002), the cops and the Triads have something in common: each has a mole in their midst. Ming (Andrew Lau) and Yan (Tony Leung) have been leading parallel lives: Ming is a Triad mole who has infiltrated the police department, and Yan is an undercover cop who has, over the years, risen to a position of authority in the Triad gang. Both are dissatisfied with their position, wishing they could put their false lives behind them. Then one night the two men's paths finally cross during a police raid. Both the police and the Triads realise they have informers amongst them, and the race begins for Ming and Yan to get out alive. 'Infernal Affairs 2' (2003) is a prequel, set ten years before the events of the original film. Chen Ying Yan (Shawn Yue) has just become an undercover cop in the triads, while Lau Kin Ming (Edison Chen) is a new recruit to the police force. Bitter enemies in the first film, Inspector Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) and Sam (Eric Tsang) are behaving like old friends, while Yan is embroiled in the family saga of a triad cartel, and Ming has developed an oedipal fixation on his boss's wife. As friendships fracture and foes join forces, nothing is as it first appears to be. Finally, in 'Infernal Affairs 3' (2003), Ming's (Lau) career is on the slide following the bloody events of the first film, and he has been tranferred to office work while he undergoes an investigation by internal affairs. Suspicious of new rising star Yeung (Leon Lai) Ming begins to investigate his background, convinced that he could be a double-agent working for the notorious Triad gangs. But as Ming investigates, is it possible that he is being led into a trap by the charismatic young officer?
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#1
Awesome movie trilogy, well worth it @14.96 get the original and not the squashed together US remake "the Departed"
#2
Damn right, now this deal is tempting.
#3
Loved the first one, got the others on my rental list. :thumbsup:
#4
All of these are very watchable, voted hot :thumbsup:
#5
i saw all three of Infernal Affairs before the Hollywood glossy remake 'The Departed' ... you'd think they'd credit the original film, but nah it's a martin scorcese pastiche - minus the tension. The Departed also copied several scenes but were not as successful in the story-telling. Some stories need time to mellow and unfold.

VOTED HOT.
#6
great films and a good price for all 3. Dont forget 6% quidco too takes 90p off the total price. Even better. Voted Hot
#7
Still cheaper if you buy it in Hong Kong haha!
The Departed missed the point of the blurred lines: whether Andy and Tony were bad or good, as Andy had been a cop for so long and Tony been in the Triads for so long...the time scale in Departed didn't allow this to be possible. Having no romance between Kelly Chen and Tony Leung was better too, but I liked the way they merged the two female characters into one in The Departed, that was kind of an obvious choice that was suprising they didn't do in Inf Affairs.
#8
would go for this myself if I never already owned it. great movies both Dubbed and Sub-titled, intresting to watch the dubbed version with the sub-titles on, nothing matches up, never mind.
#9
is this subtitled or dubbed?
#10
kippy
i saw all three of Infernal Affairs before the Hollywood glossy remake 'The Departed' ... you'd think they'd credit the original film, but nah it's a martin scorcese pastiche - minus the tension. The Departed also copied several scenes but were not as successful in the story-telling. Some stories need time to mellow and unfold.

VOTED HOT.


Tarantino did the same with Reservoir Dogs, it's disgusting really.
#11
Spark
Tarantino did the same with Reservoir Dogs, it's disgusting really.


Didn't realise that was a remake, what film was it?
#12
yup, another film he repackaged from...CITY ON FIRE

paste tt0093435 into imdb.

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on side note, when you go to the city on fire link they show a trailer with jet li and jason statham in a film called WAR. I thought jet li stopped making action films, with fearless being his last action film.

Oh well good news, looks like hes kicking some @ss in this film!
#13
mac12
is this subtitled or dubbed?


both, can choose from a selection of languages and can have either dubbing on or the subtitles (or as I mentioned both running at the same time)

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