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|To Live and Die in Tsimshatsui|
|Mandarin||Xīn Biān Yuán Rén|
|Cantonese||San1 Bin1 Jyun4 Jan4|
|Directed by||Andrew Lau|
|Written by||Roy Szeto|
|Produced by||Wong Jing|
|Starring|| Jacky Cheung |
|Edited by||Angie Lam|
|Music by||Jonathan Wong|
Upland Films Corporate
|Distributed by||Wong Jing's Workshop|
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Crazy Lik and his friend Pong are two undercover cops who are sent to infiltrate triad leader Coffin Sing. Later as Sing is killed, the gang is split into two. Lik follows Hung Tai's side and Pong goes to the other. Lik becomes down as he is separated from his best friend and feeling responsible for Sing's death. This leads to a time where Lik gets drunk at his girlfriend Moon's mother's birthday party and making a fool of himself and Moon feels disgusted and leaves him. One time in a bar, Lik meets triad member Milky Fai, who helps Lik out to get good with Hung Tai and his sister Po. Milky Fai is actually a former undercover cop who has his own problems. Later on, Lik must decide whether or not to betray the triad brothers he has grown very close to completing the case for his superior whom he really hates and who is hitting on his girlfriend.
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