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Title :: Jackie Chan - Crime Story

Crime Story. The film is based on actual events surrounding of the 1990 kidnapping of a Chinese businessman Teddy Wang. Plot[edit] Inspector Eddie Chan of the Organised Crime and Triad Bureau, who suffers from emotional stress after shooting several men in self-defense, is assigned to track down the kidnapped businessman Wong Yat-fei. The search takes him from Hong Kong to Taiwan, causing him to cross paths with some powerful mobsters. What complicates matters is that one of the kidnappers is operating within the police force, determined to stop Chan from succeeding. The relentlessly driven Chan finds himself fighting his personal demons at the same time he battles the seemingly unending wave of crime in the city. Cast[edit] Jackie Chan as Inspector Eddie Chan Kent Cheng as Detective Hung Ting-bong Law Kar-ying as Wong Yat-fei Puishan Au-yeung as Wong Yat-fei's wife Blackie Ko as Captain Ko Pan Lingling as Psychiatrist Christine Ng as Lara Chung Fat as Ng Kwok-wah Ken Lo as Ng Kwok-yan Wan Fat as Simon Ting William Tuan as Superintendent Cheung Wan Seung-lam as Yen Chi-sheng Mars as bank robber (uncredited) Chan Tat-kwong as bank robber (uncredited) Johnny Cheung as Black Dog Wong Chi-wai as Black Dragon (uncredited) James Ha as kidnapper / Ting-bong's henchman Yu Kwok-lok as kidnapper Wong Yiu as kidnapper Rocky Lai as Taiwanese gangster / restaurant owner Jameson Lam as policeman at construction site Leung Gam-san as data centre manager Production[edit] According to the book I Am Jackie Chan: My Life in Action, written by Jackie Chan, Chan's legs were crushed after getting caught between two cars while filming the opening action scene.[1] It is set and filmed at Hong Kong and Taiwan in 42 days from 9 July to 20 August 1992. The climactic scene, in which a building is decimated by explosions, was filmed in the deserted Kowloon Walled City, which was scheduled for destruction at that time. Jet Li was originally considered for the role of Inspector Eddie Chan. However, Li turned down the role to do Tai-Chi Master. The role of Inspector Eddie Chan went to Jackie Chan. Reception[edit] Crime Story received positive reviews, which cited the sharp change in tone from Jackie Chan's previous films and his performance in a dramatic role.[2][3][4] Box office[edit] Crime Story grossed HK$27,457,147 at the Hong Kong box office, slightly lower than the average take for a Jackie Chan film at that time. Awards and nominations[edit] 1993 Golden Horse Awards Won: Best Actor (Jackie Chan) 1994 Hong Kong Film Awards Won: Best Film Editing (Peter Cheung) Nomination: Best Action Choreography (Jackie Chan) Nomination: Best Actor (Jackie Chan) Nomination: Best Director (Kirk Wong) Nomination: Best Picture Nomination: Best Supporting Actor (Kent Cheng) U.S. version[edit] The version was released on video and DVD on 18 July 2000 in the United States by Miramax was dubbed in English and released in Theaters on 30 August 1996, although unlike most releases, it contained the original musical score. Chan's character had the name "Eddie" replaced with "Jackie" in the dub.[5] There were four cuts made from the Miramax version: The pre-credits sequence with the kidnappers was removed. A scene where Wong is dumped overboard. The last scene, Wong Yat-fei's wife tells him to thank Inspector Chan. The last scene again Where Chan burns Wong's wallet. The Dragon Dynasty (DD) version has the original Cantonese track and the cuts made from the Miramax version were restored in the DD version. The DD version was released in 2007 and was about 107 minutes long. It also contains other deleted scenes not seen in either version. After the success of Rumble In The Bronx, Miramax wanted to release Crime Story next in theaters, until Jackie Chan advised against it, Miramax released next Police Story 3: Supercop (1992) Instead. Home media[edit] DVD was released in Region 1 in the United States on 18 July 2000, it was distributed by Dimension Films. On 24 March 2003, DVD was released by Hong Kong Legends in the United Kingdom in Region 2. DVD was released in Region 1 in the United States on 7 August 2007, it was distributed by Dragon Dynasty. On 15 January 2013, DVD and Blu-ray was released by Shout! Factory as part of a double feature along with The Protector.[6] See also[edit] Jackie Chan filmography List of Hong Kong films of 1993 List of Hong Kong films References[edit] Jump up ^ Jackie Chan. "Jackie's Aches and Pains: It Only Hurts When I'm Not Laughing". Random House.