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When Hong Kong police negotiator Lee Chung-chi (Louis Koo) was informed about the sudden disappearance of his 16-year-old daughter, Lee Wing-chi (Hanna Chan), during her trip to Pattaya, he decides to travel to Thailand to search for her daughter’s whereabouts. There, He receives assistance from local Chinese detective, Chui Kit (Wu Yue), and his colleague, Tak (Tony Jaa), and also encounters the American gangster, Sacha (Chris Collins).
This film far surpassing my desires. Louis Koo was astonishing. Tony Ja was his standard self. Great as damnation. In spite of the fact that he assumed a more subordinate part, for a change. Great story, elegantly composed. On the off chance that I have any feedback of the story, I think they give the Thai police way, an excessive amount of credit. They are basically a gathering of blundering fools who scarcely work, unless there is cash as an afterthought. Open welfare does not fall inside their purvue. In any case, they demonstrated the police chief as each police official in the nation has ever been. Degenerate as heck, and with a heart of obscurity. They likewise depicted the legislators in a similar light. Absolutely exact. Completely had with hearts of murkiness. Absolutely self retained. Planning something naughty. No worry for the general population great. Spot on.
Thailand is a stunning nation on such a significant number of levels. In any case, you would prefer not to get stirred up with the mafia, nor the police. Nearly a similar thing. Also, the last individuals you need to connect with are the legislators. They are out of this world filthy.
The movement of the activity successions was remarkable, and it was a gigantic show of the hand to hand fighting. Praise to the stars, the chief, and whatever is left of the team.