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Tian wang xing dong (1992)

Guangdong special economic zone police cooperate with Macao and Hong Kong police to stop a drug ring.


Yang Jiang, Biao Wang


Hanmin Liu


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Credited cast:
Michelle Ko Michelle Ko
Chen-Chung Tang ... Police Officer Tang (as Zhenzong Tang)
Sharon Kwok ... Guo Xiaoyun (as Xiuyun Guo)
Carter Wong
Pauline Chan ... Mr. Chen (as Baolian Chen)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christopher Chan Sai-Tang Christopher Chan Sai-Tang
Tao Chiang
Zucheng Fu Zucheng Fu
Biu Gam ... (as Biao Jin)
Yaming Ge Yaming Ge ... (as Ya-ming Ge)
Max Gusinsky Max Gusinsky
Ka-Kui Ho ... Lam's Superior
Ha Huang
Yuling Liu Yuling Liu
Ben Ng ... Lam


Two HK police officers (Stuart and Sharon) are on the trail of drug smugglers from China, when they find out that Sharon's uncle is the head of the drug syndicate. They follow him to a remote island, which turns out to be his headquarters. Written by Anonymous

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Adventure | Crime



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1992 (China) See more »

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Spider Force See more »

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DEA effort was not mentioned enough
5 April 2004 | by zzmaleSee all my reviews

The literal translation of the title of this movie is: Operation Uranus.

This movie is based on the true story of the counter-narcotic operations conducted by different countries via international police organization.

There is something this movie has left out: the participation of Drug Enforcement Agency of USA, because in reality, the operation was counter narcotic trafficking, since most of heroin in the world is produced in the Golden Triangle area bordering China, and Hong Kong and Macao are important transient points for the final destination to USA.

Since most Chinese crime movies are based on the true story that really happened in real life, there was the problem of potential exposing of narcotic officers and their family members when criminals compare the plot with real life, so the scene of DEA is eliminated as a result.

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