Date Released:  10/1993,
12/1999 (U.S. Video)
U.S. Title:  Supercop 2 (Dimension Home Video)
Language:  Cantonese and
some Mandarin, English (US version)
Production Company:  Golden Way Films Ltd
Producers:  Siu Haau Leung, Dung Wan Shut
Director:  Stanley Tong
Action Director:  Stanley Tong
Cinematographer:  Ardy Lam
Music:  Richard Lo; Michael Wandmacher (US version)
Screenplay:  Stanley Tong, Shiu Lai King
Country:  Hong Kong
Cast:  (in credit order)
|Yang Jian-Hua/Jessica|| .... ||Michelle Yeoh|
|Cheng Feng/David|| .... ||Yu Rong-Guang|
|Ming/Martin|| .... ||Emil Chow|
|Lung/Alan|| .... ||Fan Siu-Wong|
|May/Amy|| .... ||Athena Chu|
|Uncle Bill|| .... ||Bill Tung|
|Insp. Chan Ka Kui|| .... ||Jackie Chan|
|... || .... || Eric Tsang|
An unofficial sequel of Supercop (which has been widely
released in the U.S.A. as Supercop 2).
Michelle is Hua, a mainland cop, who works with the Hong Kong police to
track down a gang of criminals. Jackie Chan, as a Hong Kong cop, makes a
cameo appearance in this movie.
Interesting story and excellent action. A dramatic twist comes from
Hua's boyfriend, Feng (played by Yu Rong-Guang), turning to be the
leader of the gangsters. Eventually, Michelle has to know what she
doesn't want to know, to see what she doesn't want to see...
The movie has a very sad ending. Emotional, tragic scenes are followed
by a moving love song. I was in tears.