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  Tartan Films are proud to announce the theatrical release of seminal Hong Kong police thriller Infernal Affairs II on August 6th.

Considered the most commercially successful film series ever to come out of Hong Kong, Infernal Affairs has garnered many coveted film awards and record-breaking box-office returns to date.

Infernal Affairs II continues the fatal tug-of-war between Yan, an undercover cop in the Triads, and Ming, a Triads’ mole in the police force, introduces two of the most memorable tragic heroes in contemporary world cinema, as well as characters like Wong, Yan’s mentor in the police force, and Sam, Ming’s clandestine boss in the Triads.

Set between the years 1991 and 1997, Infernal Affairs II supplies the missing link as to how and why these two young innocent men will ultimately become a callous mole and an undercover cop.
  Graeme Clark [24 Jul 2004 at 00:39]
     

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