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Infernal Affairs Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All

Leon Lai (Actor) | Andy Lau (Actor) | Tony Leung Chiu Wai (Actor) | Carina Lau (Actor)
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This collection presents all three films in the blockbuster Hong Kong trilogy that inspired Martin Scorsese's Hollywood remake, The Departed. The original Infernal Affairs (2002) follows the parallel lives of a cop (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) working undercover as a mobster and a mobster (Andy Lau) who has infiltrated the police force. Infernal Affairs II (2003) offers a prequel, while Infernal Affairs III (2003) ties up loose ends. All three films are both commercially and critically acclaimed for eschewing over-the-top action in favor of a stylized and subdued storyline that builds on emotional and psychological tension.

Tony Leung, Andy Lau, Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, hawn Yue, Edison Chen, Leon Lai, Francis Ng, Kelly Chen, Carina Lau, and Chen Daoming are all among the trilogy's fantastic all-star cast. Now you can finally fully immerse yourself in the world of undercover moles Yan (Tony Leung) and Ming (Andy Lau). Discover the full cinematic impact of this unbelievable box-office breaking Hong Kong cop versus crook saga that has made its place in Hong Kong movie history!

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Product Title: Infernal Affairs Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) 無間道終極全集 (Blu-ray) (香港版) 无间道终极全集 (Blu-ray) (香港版) インファナル・アフェア トリロジー (無間道終極全集) (Blu-ray) (香港版) Infernal Affairs Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Leon Lai (Actor) | Andy Lau (Actor) | Tony Leung Chiu Wai (Actor) | Carina Lau (Actor) | Edison Chen (Actor) | Shawn Yue (Actor) | Kelly Chen (Actor) | Sammi Cheng (Actor) | Eric Tsang (Actor) | Anthony Wong (Actor) | Francis Ng | Roy Cheung | Chen Dao Ming (Actor) | Chapman To | Gordon Lam | Felix Chong | Elva Hsiao (Actor) | Andrew Lau | Alan Mak 黎明 (Actor) | 劉 德華 (Actor) | 梁 朝偉 (Actor) | 劉嘉玲 (Actor) | 陳冠希 (Actor) | 余文樂 (Actor) | 陳慧琳 (Actor) | 鄭秀文 (Actor) | 曾志偉 (Actor) | 黃 秋生 (Actor) | 吳鎮宇 | 張耀揚 | 陳道明 (Actor) | 杜汶澤 | 林家棟 | 莊 文強 | 蕭亞軒 (Actor) | 劉偉強 | 麥 兆輝 黎明 (Actor) | 刘 德华 (Actor) | 梁 朝伟 (Actor) | 刘嘉玲 (Actor) | 陈冠希 (Actor) | 余文乐 (Actor) | 陈慧琳 (Actor) | 郑秀文 (Actor) | 曾志伟 (Actor) | 黄 秋生 (Actor) | 吴镇宇 | 张耀扬 | 陈道明 (Actor) | 杜汶泽 | 林家栋 | 庄 文强 | 萧亚轩 (Actor) | 刘伟强 | 麦兆辉 黎明(レオン・ライ) (Actor) | 劉徳華 (アンディ・ラウ) (Actor) | 梁朝偉 (トニー・レオン) (Actor) | 劉嘉玲 (カリーナ・ラウ)  (Actor) | 陳冠希(エディソン・チャン) (Actor) | 余文樂(ショーン・ユー) (Actor) | 陳慧琳(ケリー・チャン) (Actor) | 鄭秀文 (サミー・チェン) (Actor) | 曾志偉 (エリック・ツァン) (Actor) | 黄秋生 (アンソニー・ウォン) (Actor) | 呉鎮宇 (フランシス・ン) | 張耀揚(ロイ・チョン) | 陳道明 (チェン・ダオミン) (Actor) | 杜汶澤 (チャップマン・トー) | 林家棟(ラム・カートン) | 莊文強(フェリックス・チョン) | 蕭亞軒(エルバ・シャオ) (Actor) | 劉偉強(アンドリュー・ラウ) | 麥兆輝(アラン・マック) Leon Lai (Actor) | 유덕화 (Actor) | 양조위 (Actor) | Carina Lau (Actor) | Edison Chen (Actor) | 여 문락 (Actor) | Kelly Chen (Actor) | Sammi Cheng (Actor) | Eric Tsang (Actor) | Anthony Wong (Actor) | Francis Ng | Roy Cheung | Chen Dao Ming (Actor) | Chapman To | Gordon Lam | Felix Chong | Elva Hsiao (Actor) | Andrew Lau | Alan Mak
Director: Andrew Lau | Alan Mak 劉偉強 | 麥 兆輝 刘伟强 | 麦兆辉 劉偉強(アンドリュー・ラウ) | 麥兆輝(アラン・マック) Andrew Lau | Alan Mak
Blu-ray Region Code: All Region What is it?
Release Date: 2008-11-27
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
Sound Information: DTS Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital EX(TM) / THX Surround EX(TM)
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray
Publisher: Intercontinental Video (HK)
Other Information: 3 Blu-ray
Package Weight: 320 (g)
Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1013721450

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Infernal Affairs
* Video Codec: AVC
* Video Resolution (maximum) : 1920 X 1080p
* Audio Specifications:
- Cantonese: PCM 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1
- Mandarin: Dobly Digital 5.1
* Apporx: 97 mins
* Special Feature:
- Audio Commentary
- Teaser
- Theatrical Trailer
- Making of
- Confidential File

Director: Lau Wai Keung

An award-winning crime thriller that inspired Martin Scorsese's "The Departed" -- critics everywhere have hailed INFERNAL AFFAIRS for his gritty action and international superstars. Chan Wing Yan (Tony Leung) is a hard-nosed veteran cop sent undercover to infiltrate the notorious Triad crime ring. An expert at bringing down violent syndicates, Chan thinks it's going to be a routine mission. What he's not prepared for is the discovery that the Triad's boss (Eric Tsang) has planted a mole (Andy Lau) in the police department...and now Chan is being hunted down. In this battle of wills, only one cop can win!

Infernal Affairs II
* Video Codec: AVC
* Video Resolution (maximum) : 1920 X 1080p
* Audio Specifications:
- Cantonese: DTS-HD MA 6.1, Dolby Digital EX 5.1
- Mandarin: Dolby Digital EX 5.1
* Apporx: 119 mins
* Special Feature:
1. Audio Commentary
2. Trailers
3. Making Of
4. Confidential File

Director: Lau Wai Keung

A legend is born at the best of times. From the multiple award-winning team behind the mind-blowing blockbuster, the secrets are finally revealed in this most anticipating prequel: What drove police superintendent Wong (Anthony Wong) and crime boss Sam (Eric Tsang) against one another? How did two struggling moles Yan (Shawn Yue) and Ming (Edison Chen) begin their parallel fates? The keys lie in the hands of three: Sam’s wife Mary (Carina Lau), ruthless kingpin Hau (Francis Ng), and righteous cop Luk (Hu Jun). The infernal gates are open to the worst of times….

Infernal Affairs III
* Video Codec: AVC
* Video Resolution (maximum) : 1920 X 1080p
* Audio Specifications:
- Cantonese: DTS-HD MA 6.1, Dolby Digital EX 5.1
- Mandarin: Dolby Digital EX 5.1
* Apporx: 117 mins
* Special Feature:
- Trailers
- Making Of

Director: Andrew Lau/ Alan Mak

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 was out of control and forces him to see psychologist Dr Lee (Kelly Chen). Yan gradually develops a special friendship with her.
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Professional Review of "Infernal Affairs Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)"

May 5, 2010

This professional review refers to Infernal Affairs I,II,III
Andrew Lau, director/cinematographer of this film, has previously brought us such classics as the Young And Dangerous series, and the special effects fest Storm Riders. However, he should also be held responsible for films such as the confusing Bullets Of Love (which I can't help thinking of as "Bullets Urve Lurrrrve") and the utterly tosspottish Wesley's Mysterious File, in which the only mystery was how such a respectable cast were persuaded to show their faces in such drivel.

So "highly variable" would be one way of referring to this director: when he gets it right, he gets it right in an earth-shattering, multiple-orgasming kind of way, and when he gets it wrong, he gets it so wrong that you wish a tidal wave would sweep over the planet to remove the evidence. Fortunately for the cinema-going public, Infernal Affairs belongs to the former category: everyone from critics to audiences to people off the street are raving about this film. It should come as no surprise that two sequels are expected to be completed later this year.

The plot is simple: a cop undercover in the triads crosses paths with a triad undercover in the cops. The two main characters, played with consummate skill by Tony Leung Chiu Wai (as the former) and Andy Lau Tak Wah (as the latter), navigate the difficulties of their respective roles like soldiers crossing a minefield. The tension inherent in constantly living a double life, and indeed a double life that has a high risk of sudden violent death, fairly leaps off the screen. Both actors were nominated for the Best Actor award in the 22nd Hong Kong Film Awards, with Tony Leung taking the statue, one of six that Infernal Affairs scored.

The supporting cast without exception was superb. Eric Tsang and Anthony Wong, as the triad boss and police boss respectively, inhabited their roles with verve and passion, which we've come to expect from Tsang at least. Wong, known in recent years for sleepwalking through roles he feels unexcited about, had a bumper year in 2002, with three nominations for the Best Supporting Actor in the HKFA. He eventually won for this role, away from Infernal Affairs cast-mates Eric Tsang and Chapman To.

I must say that even Edison Chen, someone I've always had a strong aversion to, did well in his albeit small role. In fact, amongst the whole cast, there wasn't a single wrong note or lacklustre performance from anyone. Sammi Cheng shone as a dramatic character, while Kelly Chen, although less than credible as a psychiatrist, at least comported herself with some professionalism and refrained from creating a spectacle (as she did in Lavender, for example).

So overall, an interesting story made exceptional by the performances of the whole cast.

9 morse code taps out of 10

by Alison Jobling - heroic-cinema.com

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Customer Review of "Infernal Affairs Trilogy (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10 (22)

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April 21, 2014

無間道終極全集 (Blu-ray) (香港版) Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
May i know when can you come out the "Director cut" Blu ray version that contains of correct sequences from Episode 1, 2 and 3 into a complete sequences story line?
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January 20, 2014

1 people found this review helpful

Perfection Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
One of my favourite sagas in cinematic history! "The Departed" simply cannot compare. Don't bother watching if you're after a blood bath. This isn't an action flick. But nor is it another whine about how hard life is in the triads/police. Of course, if we were to boil it down, it's a "spy vs spy" plot. Why it works so well, is the emphasis on character development rather than strictly plot twists. This isn't a story that's out to surprise you with a switch at the last minute. Rather it's the heart wrenching realisation that you can almost see it coming. You can feel for each of the characters with every decision they make and direction they take. Of course, you have your cliche triad movie themes: family, honour, duty and sacrifice. But it does well in exploring how each character deals with the pressure. Do they rise above it? Or are the haunted by it? Do they give up? Or are they corrupted by it? Probably my favourite character development is Eric Tsang's character from the first to the second movie. His was a perfect example of how this life can twist a man. That said, my gripe with this trilogy are the bluray contents. I wanted to upgrade my collection, but it has less special features and inclusions than the local region 4 DVD version I already own. But if you're not concerned with extras, then buy away!
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Linda
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March 10, 2008

This customer review refers to Infernal Affairs Box Set (3-Disc Set; Widescreen) (US Version)
1 people found this review helpful

Infernal Affairs Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
This in no slam-bang bloody action film but an excellent examination of four characters caught up in their own Inferno. This film haunts; it stands up over time -- viewing a year or so later is just as powerful as the first time. If you want slash and burn, avoid this trilogy -- if you want strong performances abd excellent characterizations hung upon a stong plot, this is one you will not want to miss!
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February 27, 2008

This customer review refers to Infernal Affairs Box Set (3-Disc Set; Widescreen) (US Version)
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Great Movie Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
Infernal Affairs is one of HK cinema's most impressive movies...
It is a very intricate and clever film. The story is captivating, the actors are brilliant, the music is haunting and there are even some humourous moments too! The trilogy is great because you can watch it and link the story together as it unfolds.
I would definitely highly recommend this movie to anyone!
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Anonymous

August 23, 2004

This customer review refers to Infernal Affairs I,II,III
10 people found this review helpful

ok film, too hyped up Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
After all the hoo ha about Internal Affairs I bought the dvd to see what it was all about. Very disappointed!! It was dead slow to start and when it got started, it ended!! Theres was hardly any action just a load of repetative 'life-is-hard' talk.

To me it seems the producer/makers of the film just got a loada VERY well known actors (whom I'm sure some of us are sick of seeing all the time) who are in almost every hong kong film produced in the last 2/3 decades.

This is a very 'A' typical HK movie - good looking actors, well known people, good vs evil etc. Where are the new talents?? C'mon how original?!
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