A Better Tomorrow III: Love and Death in Saigon

1989

A Better Tomorrow III: Love and Death in Saigon

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Tsui Hark directs the second film to follow John Woo's A Better Tomorrow; this film, which takes place in 1974 is actually a prequel. Chow Yun-Fat stars as a younger Mark, on a mission to get a friend (Tony Leung) out of Vietnam, when he runs up against Ho (Tokito Saburo), a local crime lord. Along the way he meets Kit (Anita Mui), a female gangster who helps the naïve young Mark become the highly capable gunman of the first film. This film emphasizes romance in a greater way than the previous two films, probably due in part to the change in directors.

Cast

Yun-Fat Chow
as Cheung Chi-Keung (Mark)
Anita Mui
as Chow Ying-Kit (Kitty Chow)
Tony Leung Ka Fai
as Michael Cheung Chi-mun
Shih Kien
as Uncle
Hsiang Lin Yin
as General with Bond
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  • Dec 22, 2006
    This final installment of <i>A Better Tomorrow</i> series isn't bad action without director John Woo from the sequels that Tsui Hark took over. Anita Mui makes a fine performance as a femme fatale and lover of Chow Yun-Fat.
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