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[DVD] Infernal Affairs Trilogy: Limited Edition (Region-3 / 6 DVD Box Set)
[DVD] Infernal Affairs Trilogy: Limited Edition (Region-3 / 6 DVD Box Set)
[DVD] Infernal Affairs Trilogy: Limited Edition (Region-3 / 6 DVD Box Set)
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Product Description
Korean Title: Mugando
Starring: Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Andy Lau Tak Wah, Carina Lau Ka Ling
Director: Andrew Lau Wai Keung, Mak Siu Fai 
Studio: Enter One (Korea)
Rating: NR
Genre: Action

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"Infernal Affairs Trilogy" includes:

  - 120 mins "Infernal Affairs Trilogy" Special Featues
  - Deluxe Box Packing
  - Over 40 Pages Photo Booklet


Disc 1: Infernal Affairs - The Movie

Story of Hong Kong Police force trying to outwit the Traids (mafia) and vice versa. In order to achieve this each camp puts a mole in the other camp. Yan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) has been working amongst the ruthless triads as an undercover agent for the police force in the last ten years. Likewise Ming (Andy Lau Dak Wah) has been working in the police force as a mole for the triads in the same ten years.

Yan is now working for Hon Sam (Eric Tsang Chi Wai) a mafia boss. A big drug deal with Thai drug lords is about to take place. Yan has tipped off his police boss, Inspector Wong, the only person to know his hidden identity. As the operation takes place, Yan sends messages to the police force via morse code. Ming on the other hand is sending messages to Hon Sam via his computer. The drug handover is foiled and kilos of cocaine is thrown into the sea to hide the evidence.

Both the police force and the triads know that there is a mole amongst their troops. Now it is a race against time to uncover the respective moles and the stakes are high.

Impressive performances by both Andy Lau and especially Tony Leung. The film is full of suspense and you find yourself rooting for Yan. During the film you get to peep into the private lives of Yan and Ming. Ming moving into a plush new apartment with his girlfriend and Yan going to see the psychologist for his sins. The editing is brilliant with mixing of loud fast paced music and beautiful haunting melodies. A highly recommended film. There are two prequels but main actors Andy Lau and Tony Leung are not featuring in them.

Disc 2: Infernal Affairs Trilogy Special Features

I: Additional Speical Features:
- Unseen Footage (10mins)
- Interview (15mins)
- Original vs Storyboard
- Retouched vs Original
- Advertizing Magazine
- Other Territories in Korea & Japan
- Poster Gallery

II: Avicinar AKA
- The Story
- Confidental File
- MV
- Making Of
- Trailers
- Cast & Credits
- Photo Gallery

Disc 3: Infernal Affairs II - The Movie

The assassination of Triad kingpin Kwun in 1991 unleashes a power struggle among other Triad bosses. While they are all geared up to make the first move should the Kwun's family collapse into chaos, Sam (Eric Tsang) remains the only loyalist. Meanwhile, the police under the command of Inspectors Wong (Anthony Wong) and SP Luk (Hu Jun) have been placed on the highest alert. A bloodbath is bounded to take place.

To everybody's surprise, the ultimate winner in this scramble is a most unlikely candidate: Kwun's son Hau. An accountant in training, Hau has concealed his cunning ruthlessness under an almost self-effacing facade. Almost effortlessly, he manages to restrain all the other Triad bosses to become the new kingpin.

To watch over Hau's every step, Wong sends rookie Yan (Shawn Yue; adult character played by Tony Leung in Infernal Affairs) as a mole to infiltrate into his organization. It turns out that Yan is actually Hau's half-brother who has severed all ties with his father. Inside Hau's organization, Yan befriends Keung (Chapman To), one of Sam's underlings. Meanwhile, in order to strengthen his position, Sam has sent a young subordinate Ming (Edison Chen; adult character played by Andy Lau in Infernal Affairs) to enroll in the police cadet academy.

Three years have gone by. Yan has become a trusted member in Hau's organization while Ming has risen up to top ranks in the police force thanks to information supplied by Sam. In the meantime, Hau has become more ambitious than ever. He sees to it that all the other Triad bosses are taken down at the same time. Even Sam is targeted for elimination in Thailand.

Hau has also found out that in order to help Sam climb up the echelon in the Triad world, Sam's girlfriend Mary (Carina Lau) has colluded with Inspector Wong years ago to assassinate his father. When ming learns that Mary, on whom he has a secret crush since time immemorial, is in physical danger, he tries his best to rescue her, only to see her killed with his naked eyes. With Mary killed, Wong becomes the next target. When his best friend Luk dies in his stead, Wong decided to fight back on pain of death.

In 1997, Sam suddenly makes a surprise comeback in Hong Kong. It turns out that he has survived Hau's assassination attempt and has been hiding with Keung and others in Thailand. Wong has tracked him down and has convinced him to come back as a witness against Hau...

Disc 4: Infernal Affairs II - Special Features

- The Story
- Confidental File
- MV
- Making Of
- Trailers
- Cast & Credits
- Photo Gallery

Disc 5: Infernal Affairs III - The Movie (Director's Cut)

In 2004, 10 months after the murder of Yan (Tony Leung), Ming (Andy Lau) is transferred to do the office work. Meanwhile, a new star Wing (Leon Lai) has emerged in the police force. Ming suspects he is also a mole sent by the triad. Three years ago, Yan's first big mission was to build up a smuggling network with Shen (Chen Daoming), a mysterious businessman from China. Actually, Yan's big brother Sam (Eric Tsang) wants to place Yan in danger. SP Wong (Anthony Wong) realizes that Yan was out of control and forces him to see psychologist Dr Lee (Kelly Chen). Yan gradually develops a special friendship with her.

Get ready for the deadly conclusion of Infernal Affairs!

Even more thrills head your way together with an elite Canto-artist cast featuring Kelly Chen, Tony Leung, Andy Lau & Leon Lai! Ten months after the death of top-secret cop Chen Yong Ren (Tony Leung), his triad counterpart Liu Jian Ming (Andy Lau) still works un-discovered as a mole within the high priority department of the police headquarters. Unhappy with his trivial everyday assignments, his family life also stands in ruins and he is not even allowed to visit his own daughter. Upon first glance Liu smells that something is wrong after newcomer Yang Jin Rong (Leon Lai) steps into the police department. Believing that Yang is a mole he tries to nail him however high the costs are risking that his own identity may be unveiled!

Immerse into the surprise-filled final chapter of this modern Hong Kong movie extravaganza that promises to exceed your highest expectations through "Infernal Affairs III"!

Disc 6: Infernal Affairs III - Speical Features

- The Story
- Making Of
- Trailers
- MV
- Cast & Credits
- Photo Gallery

Audio Format: DD 5.1 EX Surround, DD 2.0 Stereo, DTS 6.1 ES
Video Format: Widescreen 2.35:1 (Anamorphic)
Languages: Mandarin, Cantonese
Subtitles: English, Chinese (T/S), Korean  
Country Made: Hong Kong
Region Code: 3
Year Made: 2002-2004 
Running Time: 806
Special Features: - Deleted Scenes
- Making film
- Trailers
- Alternative ending
- Music Video
- Story of "Internal Affairs"
- "Infernal Affairs" in Korea
- "Infernal Affairs" in Japan
- Cast & Staff
- Gallery
- Making of "Internal Affairs" DVD
- "Infernal Affairs" File 1 of 2
- "Infernal Affairs" File 2 of 2
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