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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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A hit man fears that he may be going back to jail for a crime he didn't commit in this action thriller from Hong Kong. Hired killer Don Lee (Eric Moo) has just been released from prison after serving 12 years for murder. Two of Don's old friends, Max (Louis Koo) and Chan (Simon Yam) offer him a business proposition: they want him to assassinate a prominent politician who is on the campaign trail. Don, eager to get out of the business, turns down the offer, but when the would-be target turns up dead anyway, Don finds himself the target of a murder investigation by the police -- and some private undercover work by Max and Chan. The Suspect was directed by acclaimed Hong Kong auteur Ringo Lam.