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Crime Story is a 1993 Hong Kong action crime film starring Jackie Chan and directed by Kirk Wong, who also stars in the film. Unlike nearly all of Chan's other films, which feature a combination of action and comedy, Crime Story is serious-minded and dramatic (albeit with very brief moments of humor), with action scenes that are violent and highly destructive. Martial arts are de-emphasized in favor of gunfights, with many people being shot and killed, another anomaly for a Jackie Chan film. The film is based on actual events surrounding the 1990 kidnapping of Teddy Wang. Inspector Eddie Chan (Jackie Chan) is assigned to find a high-profile businessman who has been kidnapped, and the search takes him from Hong Kong to Taiwan, causing him to cross paths with some very powerful men in the Chinese underworld. What complicates matters is that there is a mole within the police force, determined to stop Chan from succeeding. Chan, a very troubled policeman, finds himself fighting his...
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