Pakho Chau (left) and Ken Chan in a still from The Infernal Walker (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Wong Ka-fai. Pakho Chau (left) and Ken Chan in a still from The Infernal Walker (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Wong Ka-fai.
Pakho Chau (left) and Ken Chan in a still from The Infernal Walker (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Wong Ka-fai.

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The Infernal Walker movie review: Hong Kong undercover police thriller is derivative, but diverting enough

  • One is an undercover policeman who’s risen through the triad ranks, the other a triad mole in the Hong Kong police who’s nearing promotion and soon to be wed
  • It’s a set-up familiar to anyone who’s seen Infernal Affairs, but Michael Tse and Pakho Chau acquit themselves well enough to make this ephemeral affair fun

Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
Pakho Chau (left) and Ken Chan in a still from The Infernal Walker (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Wong Ka-fai. Pakho Chau (left) and Ken Chan in a still from The Infernal Walker (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Wong Ka-fai.
Pakho Chau (left) and Ken Chan in a still from The Infernal Walker (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Wong Ka-fai.
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