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Infernal Affairs II 4K 2003 CHINESE Ultra HD 2160p

Infernal Affairs II 4K 2003 CHINESE Ultra HD 2160p
Genre: Action 4K , Drama 4K
Country: Hong Kong | China | Singapore
Time: 119 min
IMDB: 7,3
Director: Andrew Lau, Alan Mak
Actors: 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.

Story Movie

Infernal Affairs II 4K 2003 CHINESE Ultra HD 2160p
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.

Review 4K Movie

After the comprehensive and ruthless success of 'Infernal Affairs', the creators simply had no right to wash their hands of it. The sequel/starter was not long in coming. It was directed by the same Wei Keung Lao. The main stars of the first part - Andy Lau and Tony Leung couldn't be involved in the prequel, of course, but their absence doesn't spoil the picture. So whose story is this?

It's Howe's story. Howe is the eldest son of Hong Kong Triad leader Kwan. A character who does not appear in the original 'Infernal Affairs' but plays a major role in the prequel. After his father's death, he unexpectedly shows himself ready here and now to lead not only the Ngai family, but also to take his father's place, blackmailing and threatening to subdue the smaller leaders. His personality is that of a movie boss with glasses. He is a classic movie 'bespectacled' boss, speaking little but accurately, not making rash moves. He is one of the most striking characters of the prequel, with the role of Francis Ng, previously unknown to me. But now he is not going anywhere from me, and in the near future I will definitely watch a few more pictures with his participation.

This is the story of Sam. Sam is one of the minor leaders of the Triad. So far. Works for the Ngai family, stops by the police station for a bite to eat, solves his own and more problems. In the prequel, his character is revealed much more fully and the character is correspondingly much more interesting. Shorty Eric Tsang looks very convincing and does not at all resemble a poser, though anthropologically he does not look too much like a man of authority and cruelty. Sam is a far-sighted man who, while still a small fry, sends some moles to the police, which will further solidify his position at the top of the Hong Kong underworld.

This is the story of Inspector Wong. Wong is a middle-aged policeman. He's still an inspector, but he's already burned through a tough life as a crime fighter enough to smile very rarely, and then only on the occasion of the death of a local mafia leader. Even then he was a cynic, not disdaining any methods for the sake of justice. He is also noted for his cocky, defiant attitude towards the Triad, but has a kinky, friendly relationship with Sam. Wong's main highlight is Anthony Wong Chow-Sang, who plays him. Despite the character's low emotionality, he manages to play his facial expressions very vividly. And how he does it. Probably my favorite character of the trilogy.

This is Lau's story. Lau is Sam's very young sidekick. He hasn't done anything special yet, but he's still on Sam's list of moles on the police force. He is hopelessly in love with Sam's wife. He is ambitious and doesn't like to be led on. He has his own opinion and sticks to it, even if it goes against the command from above. Young actor Edison Chen naturally could not outshine Andy Lau, but proved himself as a talented and very promising actor.

This is the Story of Chen Yen. Chen is Howe's blood brother. He ignored the 'family business' and entered the police academy, but was later expelled in disgrace for his family ties to the triad. Then he was recruited by Sam, trying on the face of a mole. The gangster life is not exactly to his liking, but his fanatical belief that he is a cop keeps his hands off.

The prequel is times richer in events and characters. If the first part is a drama, the prequel is more like a typical crime thriller. But that's the initial impression, the outer garb. In fact, the drama here is just as deep as in the original. The prequel allows you to look at many of the characters in a new way, to see them from a different, unexpected side. I personally did not notice any particular inconsistencies or outright absurdities. There are some minor flaws, but they are so insignificant that they are not noticeable at all.


movie BDRemux Video
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.


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