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Infernal Affairs Trilogy 4K

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Infernal Affairs 4K Trilogy (2002)
by Andrew Lau Wai-Keung, Alan Mak Siu Fai

The Jokers – February 22, 2023

Original Title :
: Dolby Audio DD 2.0: Cantonese, French
Subtitles : French
Duration :
Format : 4K Ultra HD box set + Blu-ray + 200-page booklet
Area : B
Genre : Thriller, Action

- Ten years ago, Yan and Ming were the two best students in the police academy. Yan was secretly selected by his superiors to become an undercover agent in the triads. Ming became a respected officer but dedicated his cause to the mob boss. Today they are responsible for discovering the traitor who is hiding in their camp. But what they don't know yet is that they will hunt themselves down...
- In 1991, when Kwun, the godfather of godfathers is assassinated, Inspector Wong prepares for the inevitable bloodbath between the great pundits of the Hong Kong underworld. In order to monitor Hau, Kwun's son, and Sam, Wong decides to infiltrate the triad via Yan, a young officer who is none other than Hau's half-brother...
- After ten months of purgatory in an administrative position, police officer Ming returns to internal affairs. Following the suicide of a policeman, he suspects Inspector Yeung of being a mole working for the mafia and discovers that the latter is strangely linked to the last case Yan was working on.

Content and Bonuses
Contains :
  • the 3 4K Ultra HD of the trilogy
  • the 3 Blu-rays of the trilogy
  • a book on the trilogy with unpublished and restored filming photos (200 pages)

“Hong Kong and film noir”: documentary by Yves Montmayeur (20')
Interview with Félix Chong and Alan Mak (23')
Interview with Andrew Lau and Alan Mak (20')