22 August 2009 | lastliberal
If you can't do it, let me do it for you.
Not the slam bang police action of Infernal Affairs (the original, not the ripoff), but there is enough action to make it worth your while.
It focuses more on the characters and their relationships: the cop, Suen Siu Yan (Aaron Kwok, the hit man, Koo (Daniel Wu), and the lawyer, To Hou Sun (Ekin Cheng).
Suen has been looking for his girlfriend Amy for 10 years. To's wife Su Fong (Angelica Lee) looks like her and actually plays two parts, one in flashback. He acts like a stalker as he follows her everywhere.
Eric Tsang from Internal Affairs is here, but he is a cop in Missing Persons, not a mobster.
Kwok and Wu are great, and the action is good at times, but there just doesn't seem to be something that brings it all together.