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Infernal Affairs II 4K 2003 CHINESE

Infernal Affairs II 4K 2003 CHINESE

Andrew Lau, Alan Mak
Edison Chen, Shawn Yue, Anthony Chau-Sang Wong, Francis Ng, Eric Tsang, Carina Lau, Jun Hu, Tung Cho 'Joe' Cheung, Henry Fong, Peter Ngor, Arthur Wong, Teddy Chan, Chung-yue Chiu, Phorjeat Keanpetch, Say Ping Yap, Ping Hui Tay, Roy Cheung, Kai-Chi Liu.
IMDB 7.3
File Size: 58.10 GB
Film Description
After the murder of the head of the triad, his son Howe, previously not interested in his father's affairs, unexpectedly announces his intention to take his place. The police is not prepared for such a turn of events, finding in the new mafia a formidable and elusive opponent.

Now all their hopes are pinned on the young policeman, who, risking his life, makes his way into the gang and tries to gain the trust of the new boss. But the clan doesn't doze off either and infiltrates the police with its informant Min.

4k movies reviews
I can't hide it, the second part of the trilogy is my favorite of the three. Although it came out much weaker than the first one. It's a paradox, that's for sure.

However, without false modesty, I can add that 'Double Cast 2' is one of the best prequels ever made in the history of cinema.

And despite the fact that the plot of the second part is quite typical for the Hong Kong movies of recent years, it is simply impossible to tear yourself away from the film.

It is not the plot, but the actors that rule.

Eric Tsang Chi Wai (Sam) is the same funny little fatso we remember from his comic roles as the underdog detective in The Accidental Spy and the tragicomic one in Tomorrow Police. Here he is completely transformed. There is no comicism in his character. His Sam is not yet the boss of the triads, but he is trickier than a cat with three heads and will be that boss very soon.

Anthony Wong Chow-Sang (Inspector Wong) is a rather sad character, burdened with a thousand problems. He doesn't believe in fate, but still doesn't let go of his deck of sprinkled cards to decide what to do next.

Sean Yue Man-Lok (Ian) - Replaced Tony Leung, but couldn't outplay him. He's still the same stoic, stubborn, stubborn 'I'm a cop' guy. However, he does not have that sad doom, which Tony Leung Chiu-Wan captivates from the first minute.

Edison Cheng Kun-Hei (Lau) - this one not only tried, but even overdid it. If the Lau played by Andy Lau Tak-Wah was a mystery to me, the Lau played by Chen, I was frankly afraid.

I think he really got into the role. All the screen time that was given to him, he literally lived, and let his character through himself. Look at Chen's eyes. That's what I just couldn't stand throughout the movie. That look literally wanted to hide from. I don't know about anyone, but for me it was eyes that really looked into the abyss and took that abyss into themselves.

So, 'Double Castling' as a whole is practically a masterpiece trilogy. A gangster saga you just can't get past.

Info Blu-ray
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (60.1 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Cantonese: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
Cantonese: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)

English, French.

Info Blu-ray
File size: 58.10 GB
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