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Director  Wang Lung-wei
Screenplay  Wing Hung Tang
Country  Hong Kong
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Action
Music director  Teddy Robin
Language  Cantonese
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Writer  Wing-Hung Tang (screenplay)
Release date  7 January 1989 (1989-01-07)
Initial release  January 7, 1989 (Hong Kong)
Cast  Andy Lau (Cheung Ka-Wah), Irene Wan (Kiu), Michael Chan (Tong Fai), Wai Lam (Wai), Ku Feng (The Boss)
Similar movies  Andy Lau and Irene Wan appear in Bloody Brotherhood and Everlasting Love

Bloody Brotherhood is a 1989 Hong Kong action film directed by Wang Lung-wei and starring Andy Lau and Irene Wan.



The Cheung brothers Ka-wai (David Lam) and Ka-wah (Andy Lau) are entering Hong Kong illegally. Ka-wai is caught and deported back to mainland China while Ka-wah jumps into the sea and successfully sneaks into Hong Kong after he is rescued by a boat girl, Kin (Irene Wan), and her grandfather .

After Ka-wah enters Hong Kong, his courage and fighting skills are recognized by triad leader Tong Fai (Michael Chan), whom takes Ka-wah under his wing. Later, Ka-wah and Tong are framed by rival triad leader Ma Kok-hoi (Shum Wai) and Tong is imprisoned while Wah flees to Taiwan with Kin, whom he is now married to.

Kok-hoi later becomes the main leader of the gang and a drug trafficker and wants to expand his trafficking network to Taiwan. He sends his henchmen to negotiate with Ka-wah, who now owns a transportation company, to cooperate with them. When Ka-wah refuses, the vengeful Kok-hoi sends a killer to Taiwan to kidnap Ka-wah's daughter in order to force him to cooperate. The killer turns out to be Ka-wai. While kidnapping Ka-wah's daughter, Ka-wai accidentally suffocates her to death and feels very remorseful for what he has done.

After Ka-wah discovers that his daughter's death was caused by Kok-hoi, he returns to Hong Kong and seeks revenge. During the fight against Kok-hoi and his henchmen, Fai was killed by Kok-hoi. Later Kok-hoi is stabbed to death by Ka-wai, who in turn, was gunned down by the police.


  • Andy Lau as Cheung Ka-wah
  • Irene Wan as Kin
  • David Lam as Cheung Ka-wai
  • Michael Chan as Tong Fai
  • Shum Wai as Ma Kok-hoi
  • Ku Feng
  • Lung Ming-yan as Lung
  • Ken Lo
  • Hung San-nam as Chiu
  • Wang Hsieh as Kin's uncle
  • Dick Wei as Hoi's killer
  • Phillip Ko
  • Tin Ching as Kin's grandfather
  • Sin Ho-ying as Beardy Ho
  • Wan Seung-lam
  • Shan Chin-po as Brother Hung
  • Tony Tam as Policeman
  • Lee Sau-kei as Ka-wah and Ka-wai's father
  • Yee Tin-hung
  • San Sin
  • Cheung Kwok-wah as Pau
  • Paul Wong as Lion Dance member
  • Chow Kong
  • Cho Wing
  • Lau Chun-fai as Policeman
  • Hau Woon-ling as Ka-wah and Ka-wai's mother
  • Steve Mak
  • Yau Kwok-keung
  • Ng Kwok-kin
  • Yiu Mei-kei
  • Choi Kwok-keung
  • Ling Chi-hung
  • Chun Kwai-po
  • Wong Ka-leung
  • Ho Chi-moon
  • Fan Chin-hung
  • Mak Wai-cheung as Policeman
  • Wong Chi-wah as Man in fight at end of movie
  • Ridley Tsui
  • Ha Kwok-wing
  • Chang Sing-kwong
  • Chan Yuet-yue
  • Chung Wing
  • Cheung Ping-chuen
  • Lam Chi-tai
  • Wong Wai-tong
  • Ho Wing-cheung
  • Box office

    The film grossed HK$5,940,788 during its theatrical run 7 to 20 January 1989 in Hong Kong.


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