Tiger Cage 2

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Tiger Cage 2
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Traditional 洗黑錢
Simplified 洗黑钱
Mandarin Xǐ Hēi Qián
Cantonese Sai2 Hak1 Cin2
Directed by Yuen Woo-ping
Produced byStephen Chin
Written byFong Chi-ho
Patrick Yuen
Kim Yip
Starring Donnie Yen
Rosamund Kwan
David Wu
Robin Shou
Garry Chow
Carol Cheng
Cynthia Khan
CinematographyMark Lee
Lee Kin-keung
Edited byKwok Ting-hung
Production
company
Distributed byD & B Film Distribution
Release date
  • 11 August 1990 (1990-08-11)
Running time
102 minutes
CountryHong Kong
LanguageCantonese
Box officeHK $6,395,102

Tiger Cage 2 is a 1990 Hong Kong action film directed by Yuen Woo-ping and starring Donnie Yen. The film is a sequel to the 1988 film Tiger Cage , which was also directed by Yuen, and features a new storyline with returning cast members Yen and Carol Cheng in different roles.

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Plot

Donnie Yen plays a hot-headed ex-cop named Dragon Yau whose attitude has got him in trouble with his bosses and his wife. On a trip to the lawyers, he is witness to a robbery where a suitcase of money disappears and a lot of guys get shot. Somehow, he ends up with lawyer Mandy Chang (Rosamund Kwan) on the run from the cops who think they committed a murder and from the bad guys that think they have the money. Reluctantly they are forced to form an alliance with one of the bad guys, David (David Wu), who has been betrayed by the gang led by Waise Chow (Robin Shou).

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