Vengeance

(Hong Kong Movie)
Vengeance (DVD) Hong Kong Movie
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Vengeance

Vengeance

  • Video
  • NTSC Fullscreen
  • Audio
  • Cantonese
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese , Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
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  • Title : Vengeance / 復仇
  • Listing date : 11 Jan 2010
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Cast by
  • Anthony Wong , Lam Suet , Gordon Lam , Simon Yam , Michelle Yip , Eddie Cheung , Maggie Shiu , Felix Wong , Berg Ng , Stanley Fung , Farini Cheung
  • Synopsis
  • Johnnie To rounds up the regulars and legendary French singer Johnny Hallyday for the quintessential crime actioner Vengeance. Written by To's usual collaborator Wai Ka Fai, Vengeance follows in the footsteps of The Mission and Exiled with the pulpy story of a Frenchman and a trio of hitmen out for revenge in Macau. Johnnie To once again turns bullets, brotherhood, and bloodshed into pure cinematic beauty. Shot mostly in English, the film surrounds Johnny Hallyday's hitman-turned-chef with a supporting cast of To's regular stars including Anthony Wong, Lam Suet, and Gordon Lam as eccentric hitmen, and Simon Yam as the nefarious mob boss. Michelle Yip, Eddie Cheung, Maggie Shiu, Felix Wong, Berg Ng, and Stanley Fung also appear in Vengeance. French chef Costello (Johnny Hallyday) arrives in Macau to see his daughter (Sylvie Testud), whose husband and kids have been killed by mob hitmen. A former hitman himself, Costello has memory problems because of a bullet lodged in his brain, and must get revenge before he forgets everything. Wandering Macau, he happens upon affable hitmen Kwai (Anthony Wong), Chu (Gordon Lam), and Lok (Lam Suet), and hires them to avenge his family. The four of them manage to track down the killers, but Kwai, Chu, and Lok find out a few gunfire showdowns too late that their boss (Simon Yam) was behind the hit.

  • Synopsis
  • Johnnie To rounds up the regulars and legendary French singer Johnny Hallyday for the quintessential crime actioner Vengeance. Written by To's usual collaborator Wai Ka Fai, Vengeance follows in the footsteps of The Mission and Exiled with the pulpy story of a Frenchman and a trio of hitmen out for revenge in Macau. Johnnie To once again turns bullets, brotherhood, and bloodshed into pure cinematic beauty. Shot mostly in English, the film surrounds Johnny Hallyday's hitman-turned-chef with a supporting cast of To's regular stars including Anthony Wong, Lam Suet, and Gordon Lam as eccentric hitmen, and Simon Yam as the nefarious mob boss. Michelle Yip, Eddie Cheung, Maggie Shiu, Felix Wong, Berg Ng, and Stanley Fung also appear in Vengeance. French chef Costello (Johnny Hallyday) arrives in Macau to see his daughter (Sylvie Testud), whose husband and kids have been killed by mob hitmen. A former hitman himself, Costello has memory problems because of a bullet lodged in his brain, and must get revenge before he forgets everything. Wandering Macau, he happens upon affable hitmen Kwai (Anthony Wong), Chu (Gordon Lam), and Lok (Lam Suet), and hires them to avenge his family. The four of them manage to track down the killers, but Kwai, Chu, and Lok find out a few gunfire showdowns too late that their boss (Simon Yam) was behind the hit.