Big Bullet

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Big Bullet
Big-bullet-poster.jpg
Hong Kong poster for Big Bullet
Directed by Benny Chan
Produced by Benny Chan
Written by Joe Ma
Susan Chan
Benny Chan
Starring Lau Ching-wan
Jordan Chan
Theresa Lee
Francis Ng
Anthony Wong
Music by Clarence Hui
Peter Kam
Cinematography Arthur Wong
Edited by Cheung Kar-fai
Production
company
Release dates
  • 26 July 1996 (1996-07-26)
Running time 90 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$ 9,771,575

Big Bullet (Chinese: 衝鋒隊怒火街頭; pinyin: Chong feng dui nu huo jie tou) is a 1996 action film directed, produced and co-written by Benny Chan. The film won awards for film editing at the 1996 Golden Horse Film Festival and the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards.

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After assaulting his tactical commander during a raid gone sour, a dedicated but temperamental cop Sergeant Bill Chu is demoted to the Emergency Unit, long considered to be the police force's dumping ground for problem cops.

Release[edit]

Big Bullet was released in Hong Kong on 26 July 1996. It grossed a total of HK$ 9,771,575.[1] At the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards, Big Bullet was nominated for seven awards: Best Film, Best Director (Benny Chan), Best Actor (Lau Ching Wan), Best Supporting Actor (Jordan Chan), Best Supporting Actress (Theresa Lee), Best Cinematography (Arthur Wong), Best Action choreography (Ma Yuk-sing) and Best Original Music (Peter Kam). Zhang Yaozong and Zhang Jiahui won the Best Editing award for their work on Big Bullet.[2]

At the 1996 Golden Horse Film Festival, Big Bullet was nominated for Best Action Choreography (Ma Yuk Sing) and won the award for Best Film Editing (Peter Cheung and Cheung Ka Fai).[3]

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