Zhi fen shuang xiong (1990)

  |  Comedy, Action, Thriller

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Two policemen must pretend to be a gay couple in order to investigate the murders of homosexuals in Hong Kong.

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28 May 1999 | Jimmy-86
| Gay and hilarious martial arts movie!
This is a fun action gung fu movie where Sammo plays a detective investigating the murder of homosexual men. In order to apprehend the killer, Sammo and his partner has to dress up in gay fashion, act gay and pretend to be a gay couple. Sammo's character is homophobic, therefore he has a difficult time coping with the people he meets at the gay bar. But he knows in order to get clues for the murder case, he has to change teams. Sammo is also a great athlete, believe it or not, he does his own stunts and fighting scenes. Great martial arts and hilarious scenes! Enjoy! 8/10!.

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Plot Summary


Comedy | Action | Thriller


Release Date:

8 August 1990



Country of Origin

Hong Kong

Filming Locations

Hong Kong, China

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