Two foxy sisters inherit a computer agency from their murdered father and use it the way most people would: to assist their side jobs as deadly assassins.india Updated: Jul 18, 2003 18:54 IST
Original Title:ChikYeung Tin Sai
Hong Kong, 2002
Director: Cory Yuen
Two foxy sisters inherit a computer agency from their murdered father and use it the way most people would: to assist their side jobs as deadly assassins.
A paid murder of a corrupt technology tycoon finds them hunted by a tough and foxy cop and the tycoon’s scheming brother. The plot is just a frame to hang a series of furious set pieces that are attuned to the grace and timing of ballet.
Sultry, smart and deadly, the heroines are as comfortable with computer viruses as they are with neck-snapping leg-kicks.
Sam Kao, Kenji Tan
Shu Qi, Zhao Wei, Karen Mok, Seoung-Heon Song, Michael Wei
Production: Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia and Eastern (HK) Film Production Co. Ltd. / 35mm / colour / 110 mins
Born in 1951 in Hong Kong, Cory Yuen attended the famous Peking Opera academy of Yu Jim Yuen where he learned acrobatics and martial arts. He has directed more than 20 films, many of them highlighted by collaborations with action star Jet Li.
An action choreographer and martial arts wizard, he has enriched his style, designing the choreography of such hit films as X-Men and Romeo Must Die. He also handled the martial arts choreography for the Jet Li hit, Kiss of the Dragon.
His directing credits include Bodyguard from Beijing and My Father Is a Hero. Yuen has also appeared as an actor in more than 30 Hong Kong films. He first brought his skills to Hollywood as action director on theblockbuster Lethal Weapon 4.