Dragon Chan is a Hong Kong cop who has spent many years of his life building up a reputation within a major Chinese crime organisation, working undercover to expose some its most ruthless associates. However, it soon becomes clear that the mob boss Xiong is on the warpath searching for spies that threaten to solidarity of his gang and Chan starts to get nervous when a number of other double agents are found brutally murdered. Sure enough, someone Chan thought he could trust reveals Chan's true identity to Xiong and the rest of the organisation and Chan finds himself desperately trying to protect his already unstable family life while also trying to escape certain death himself. He has the skills to defend himself for a few days, but when it's him versus a huge organisation with access to numerous weapons, his survival chances are starting to look limited.
This crime drama has been directed by Clarence Fok Yiu-leung ('Naked Killer', 'The Iceman Cometh', 'Century of the Dragon') and written by Kam-Yuen Szeto ('Exiled', 'Flash Point', 'Kill Zone - S.P.L.'). 'Special ID' stars Hong Kong action icon Donnie Yen ('Ip Man', 'Blade II', 'Hero') and is set to be released in theatres on March 7th 2014.
Young scholar Yangsheng (Hayama) has no experience with women when he falls for the beautiful Yuxiang (Lan). So he asks the notoriously oversexed Prince of Ning (Ho) for help satisfying his new wife. Ning's women Ruizhu and Dongmei (Hara and Suo) teach him plenty, and the Elder of Ultimate Bliss (Lui) offers a way to boost his manhood. But things don't go as planned. Meanwhile, the abandoned Yuxiang is ravished by a muscled workman (Kishita) and marries a kindly scholar (Lu) before realising that she still loves Yangsheng. But will they ever be able to reunite?
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