Gam chin dai gwok (I Corrupt All Cops)
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Gam chin dai gwok (I Corrupt All Cops)
The acronymic title incorporates a sophisticated pun: ICAC refers to Hong Kong's Independent Commission Against Corruption, but gets rephrased here as I Corrupt All Cops. As a reverent homage to the ICAC, director Wong Jing's period film unfurls in the 1960s and 1970s, when the heroic Commission swept in and began systematically driving out all of the corruption in the Hong Kong police force. At the outset, the police are part and parcel of the criminal underground; headed by chief inspector Lak (Tony Leung Ka-fai), their primary activities consist of reeling in massive bribes through… More