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Aaron Jones almost 5 years ago
Instant classic
Miles Ross over 5 years ago
Although Scorcese's Departed is a signifigant improvement, this is worth a watch.
Frederik Værum Olesen 7 years ago
Great movie, but this might be the first case where i prefer the remake (The departed)
Zach Sly over 7 years ago
Have you seen the Departed? This is the significantly better original. Take a look.
Anthony Kozlowski almost 8 years ago
Better-paced than The Departed, but just as tragic and brutal.
Kejia Zhu 8 years ago
Nuanced well paced police thriller. A classic that has influenced countless others.
Nate McBean 8 years ago
The original version of The Departed. Excellent. DVD disc returned on 12/1/2010 (netflix)
Jake Choi 8 years ago
The movie that saves the Hong Kong film industry
Paul McCamley 8 years ago
Gritty crime thriller with a great plot and strong performances.
Jonathon Cooke-Akaiwa 8 years ago
Easily in my top 5 movies of all time.
Victor Nguyen over 8 years ago
Amazing tension and intensity in this film. Must watch, even if you've seen The Departed.
Alex Calara over 8 years ago
Compact story that respects the viewer's intelligence; the polar opposite of The Departed.
Alexis Zofia Kubicki almost 4 years ago
Paul Mathers 5 years ago
frank mint over 5 years ago
Tom o'brien almost 6 years ago
Thin Mint 6 years ago
Rob Hick over 6 years ago
Chu Yeow over 6 years ago
Infernal Affairs is a 2002 Hong Kong crime-thriller film directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak. It tells the story of a police officer who infiltrates the triads, and a police officer secretly working for the same gang. The Chinese title means "the non-stop path", a reference to Avici, the lowest level of hell in Buddhism. The English title is a word play combining the law enforcement term "internal affairs" with the adjective infernal. Due to its commercial and critical success, Infernal Affairs was followed by a prequel, Infernal Affairs II, and a sequel, Infernal Affairs III, both released in 2003, as well as a 2006 American remake, The Departed. Pre-release publicity for Infernal Affairs focused on its star-studded cast (Andy Lau, Tony Leung, Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, Kelly Chen and Sammi Cheng), but it later received critical acclaim for its original plot and its concise and swift storytelling style. The film did exceptionally well in Hong Kong, where it was considered "a box...
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