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Once Upon a Time in Triad Society
  • Drama Title: Once Upon a Time in Triad Society
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  • Status:  Completed           
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  • Total Episodes: 1
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    "Once Upon a Time in Triad Society" is a 1996 spin-off film of the Young and Dangerous film series. This first spin-off movie focuses on Ugly Kwan, played by Francis Ng.

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Once Upon a Time in Triad Society

"Once Upon a Time in Triad Society" is a 1996 spin-off film of the Young and Dangerous film series. This first spin-off movie focuses on Ugly Kwan, played by Francis Ng.

Young and Dangerous
Young and Dangerous

Young and Dangerous tells the story of Chan Ho Nam (Ekin Cheng), "Chicken" Chiu (Jordan Chan), Tai Tin Yee (Michael Tse), Pao Pan (Jerry Lam) and his brother Chow Pan (Jason Chu) during their inclusion into the "Hung Hing" Society. The focus is on internal squabbling within the triad, spearheaded by "Ugly Kwan" (Francis Ng). Based on a popular comic book series named "Teddy Boy", the film contributed a lot to the public image of triads and was condemned by certain quarters as glorifying secret triad societies. However, it was immensely popular in Hong Kong and spun a long list of sequels and spin-offs.

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Line Walker (2014)

Chief inspector of Hong Kong’s Criminal Intelligence Bureau, Cheuk Hoi, remains suspicious over his close colleague’s mysterious death. Adding to the enigma, he discovers that the five undercover agents who were in constant contact with his dead friend have all vanished. Since the agents possess top secrets relevant to the police force and society’s safety, Cheuk Hoi is determined to find them for some answers. The first undercover agent Cheuk Hoi encounters is Ting Siu Ka, who appears to be the owner of a foot spa parlor. Siu Ka hopes to restore her true identity, and thus agrees that she will infiltrate the triads. She deliberately gets close to a popular member of a gambling group, Sit Ka Keung. The two later develop a whimsical relationship based on lies and deceit. Just as Siu Ka is about to unravel the hidden truth, Cheuk Hoi suddenly orders her to halt the operation. Mok Sin Yan from the Independent Commission Against Corruption bureau intervenes in the case instead. Cheuk Hoi is then introduced to Sin Yan’s elder sister, Mok Sin Ching. At the same time, the head of the triad group, Tam Foon Hei is released from prison. His assistant, Lin Ho Kan, catches Cheuk Hoi’s attention with his many tactics. Soon enough, the police and triad members are entangled within their game of cat and mouse in the fight for justice.

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