Bullet In The Head
 
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Original Name  喋血街頭
Starring  Tony Leung Chui-Wai, Jacky Cheung, Waise Lee, Simon Yam
Director  John Woo, Leung Chi Ho
Screen Format  Letter Box
Video Format  NTSC
Audio  Dolby Digital
Language  Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles  Chinese, English
Year  1990
Genre  Action
Version  Hong Kong
  Category IIB
Not suitable for young persons and children.
PAX-Code PAX0000082926
Item Code  4717415781191

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Anonymous on 16, Jan. 2005 09:12 (HKT)
Excellent
Very very powerful performances by Leung and Cheung. The story about loyalty maybe heart wrenching at times, not to mention the Vietnam camp scene was also equally moving, but definitely one of Woo\'s best films to date. This is one film you should not miss.
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